An interview is required and equipment is needed.
How to apply
Applications can be made through UCAS; our institution code is G09. For more information you can contact us on 0191 490 2245.
How will I be assessed?
A mixture of assessment methods will be used on this programme, including assignments, portfolio and observation of practice in the workplace to evidence competency.
Your work will be continuously assessed using assignments, case studies, and practical work.
How will I be taught?
A mixture of classroom based and other student centred activities, as well as a range of field trips across the year.
A mixture of classroom, practical and workshop work.
Delivery will consist of a combination of theoretical and practical activities which will allow you to consolidate and apply your knowledge in real life working scenarios
Teacher led lessons, student led presentations, practicals and electronic based material.
The course is very practical, and is delivered by tutors with a wealth of experience.
96 UCAS tariff points and a relevant Level 3 qualification (Eg. BTEC Extended Diploma in Music Technology). We will consider applicants who do not have a relevant qualification but who have the equivalent experience and knowledge of music production and technology systems and software, confirmed via an interview.
A working knowledge of music production and technology systems and software to Level 3 standard is desirable.
Mature candidates with relevant work experience are encouraged to apply.
We welcome applications from mature students without these qualifications but with relevant experience.