Audio and Music Technology FdSc

This foundation degree in Audio and Music Technology is an industry focused course. As a student you'll have access to a range of specialist facilities on site, including Confetti's brand new world class Contemporary Music & Live Events Hub. The course covers a variety of disciplines and offers a wide range of industry and work-related opportunities for you to access, helping you to build a varied and distinctive portfolio of work.

This course is taught at Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies in Nottingham.

This course will give you the professional, creative, intellectual and technical skills you'll need to work successfully within the international audio and music industry whilst offering a broad range of work based learning opportunities.

Key features

Study in professional recording facilities and a range of bespoke IT and computer spaces.

Develop your own specific areas of expertise, through a deeper understanding of the subject area.

Meet industry professionals and learn their craft.

Work with relevant industry-standard software and hardware.

Work to industry briefs to develop your experience in working with clients and to deadlines.

Take part in live projects and briefs.

Develop your ability to work as part of a team in a creative and efficient manner.

Your personal interests will be at the heart of your experience and should allow you to flourish.

In your final year exhibit your work at the Confetti Degree Show.

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Entry Requirements For This Course

A-levels - DDE; or

BTEC Extended Diploma - MPP; or

64 UCAS Tariff points from three A-levels or equivalent qualifications; and

GCSEs - two at grade C, including English and Maths or Science.

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