About this course
This course is primarily intended for aspiring music technologists and performers. Following the remit of all foundation degree programmes, this provision is structured as a pathway to industry. Learners will gain the fundamental skills and experience required to obtain sustained employment in a range of relevant fields. Students will develop and shape their careers in music production, recording and/or performing in live environments and nurture valuable contacts in the field. Across a two-year trajectory this programme will support students’ creative development, performance skills and technical understanding of studio equipment and music software. The programme is taught in the heart of Bath at the state-of-the-art Bath College Music Department which offers a range of creative and commercial possibilities in music. On successful completion of this Foundation Degree students are eligible to apply for third year entry to appropriate Honours Year programmes.
Note: This course is offered in City Centre Campus only.
- 160-200 UCAS Tariff points (eg BC; CD+AS c), with at least 60 points from a music-related qualification (including BTEC Music Practice / Music Technology / Performing Arts or A-level Popular Music, Music Technology or Music.
- Candidates who do not have the standard qualifications but who are over 21 and have music industry experience will be considered.