The primary aim of this programme is to help students identify their own subject matter and to develop
the formal language appropriate to its expression: What the language will be and whether
representational, abstract or otherwise will emerge from the student’s exploration and understanding of
both historical precedent and contemporary context. It explores and gives the students exposure and wide
opportunities to understand and train ones talent and aptitude in the creative field to make a good
professional in areas of Art and Design in the industry.
Studying Music opens up many career opportunities. As well as jobs in music (from performance, composition, and production, through teaching, music therapy and community arts, to arts management and industry, and a lot more besides), employers in many sectors are increasingly seeking arts and humanities graduates for their transferable skills. As a music student, you achieve creative flair and imagination, confidence in expressing yourself, openness to new ideas, a capacity for hard work and an ability to analyse data. You learn the value of working with others towards a shared, finished product and a whole range of flexible, professional skills.