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East Sussex College

Music Production and Creative Recording (Top-up)

UCAS Code: W301

Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

Entry requirements


Successful completion of Level 4 and 5 courses in a similar field

Successful completion of Level 4 and 5 courses in a similar field

Successful completion of Level 4 and 5 courses in a similar field

Successful completion of Level 4 and 5 courses in a similar field

Successful completion of Level 4 and 5 courses in a similar field

About this course


Course option

1.0year

Full-time | 2021

Validated by the University of Brighton, this highly successful and practical programme is designed to take foundation degree students to the next level of personal and professional development. The course offers students the opportunity to explore the marriage of creativity and technology. Students have access to eight studios and 13 workstations with industry-standard hardware/software and can book one-to-one sessions with recording technicians. Sussex Downs College has received national AoC Beacon status for ‘Creativity in Writing, Art or Design’. The award is sponsored by the CLA (Copyright Licensing Agency) and was presented in recognition of the quality of our Music Production programme.

**WHAT CAN YOU DO AFTER THIS COURSE?**
Our FdA and BA(hons) graduates have gone on to work with major organisations and/or set up their own companies. A few examples are: * Kevin: Live Sound Engineer ‘Soul 2 Soul’ * Adriano: Guitarist (Spice Girls) and session player * Zoe: Artist Liaison Kerrang Magazine * Rory: Sound technician at ‘Playgroup’ * Oscar: Recording artist (Metronomy) * Danny: Music video producer * Greg: Republic of Music, Brighton * Matt: Stage Manager/Live Sound Engineer, De La Warr Pavillion, Bexhill * Jon: Radio Producer Juice FM * Tracey: Head of Authoring at Brightwave, studying for Masters Degree in Creative Industries (Computing) * Rob: Short-listed (top ten) out of 3000 entrants of the Business Accelerator Competition, led by Deborah Meadon (Dragon’s Den) * Nikki: Ivor Novello award winning songwriter for Clean Bandit’s ‘Rather Be’.

Modules

The year is worth 120 Credits and this is spread across a total of 4 units. 3 of these units are valued at 20 credits each, and these are followed by a practical production-based Final Major Project that is worth 60 credits.

Assessment methods

The BA(Hons) in Music Production and Creative Recording is entirely course work-based, there are no exams.

Tuition fees

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England
£7,500
per year
EU
£7,900
per year
International
£7,900
per year
Northern Ireland
£7,500
per year
Scotland
£7,500
per year
Wales
£7,500
per year

The Uni


Course location:

Eastbourne

Department:

Art and Design

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