70th in the world for Arts, Humanities and Cultures
QS World Rankings by Subject 2019
School of Music undergraduate degrees
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You’ll study in a vibrant and welcoming environment, where you can develop as a musician or performer, and our technical experts, academics and pastoral staff will support you throughout your degree.
Our staff have a wealth of knowledge about live performance and the music industry, and you'll have the opportunity to watch and even work with talented performers.
We work hard to support your future career and employability prospects, and during your degree you'll have opportunities to meet industry figures, artists and practitioners on campus so that you can network and build professional relationships.
Enhance your degree
Your time as a music undergraduate will involve much more than your academic studies. You'll be able to take advantage of opportunities that will complement or expand your degree, helping you develop your skills and gain important life experience.
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