Are you an aspiring musician, sound designer, or composer looking to develop your production skills? The course provides access to state-of-the-art equipment and deals with the creation and production of sound and music in a variety of contexts and industries such as film, television, games and immersive media, music performance and live events, and sound art. This course is aimed at aspiring music and audio producers, sound designers, musicians and composers, and sound artists who wish to develop their sound and music production skills and apply them in a variety of careers in the creative industry. You will develop specializations that may include audio production, sound engineering, sound design, songwriting, composition, and soundtracking for film, television, games, and immersive media (VR / AR). What can this course do for me? Students develop critical listening skills , Editing, arranging, composing and producing. You will learn to apply the technical and creative aspects of sound and music production to a project-based environment. “I would encourage students to take full advantage of the additional lectures and masterclasses, as well as the networking opportunities available in the industry. These have been really valuable in my development theoretical and practical skills. ” – – Jacopo Consonni, Graduate of Sound Design BA (Hons) Top Reasons To ApplyDevelop specializations that may include composition, production, audio engineering and songwriting. Practically focused course that enables students to work creatively with sound and music. Direct preparation for work in the creative industries. Collaborative course in which students conduct briefings as part of a team. Teachers and visiting professionals bring a strong industry perspective with them throughout the course. Course structure Assessment The assessment of the students takes place after completion of the practical and written work. This includes essays and a range of individual or group artifacts, presentations, projects, and reports that focus on practical and business skills. Year 1 The students acquire knowledge in the areas of sound and music production, studio and location recording, electronic arrangement, composition, editing and post-production. They will start thinking about their own music composition and sound design and building trust by working on putting on panties. They will also get a basic understanding of the industry and the wide variety of job opportunities they seek. We encourage students to reflect on their contextual study research. Year 2 The students get to know devices and software better and think about the fields of music composition and sound design in which they are used. This allows them to improve their practice and develop their own approach based on standard industry workflows. Students participate in creative assignments that encourage them to collaborate with other students and create work as part of a team. Year 3 Students bring their learning together in a final portfolio of skills. In addition, they will complete a self-initiated project. We ask students to show their contextual research and thinking in a long-form dissertation. The final portfolio will serve as a showreel or promotional tool to get you started in the industry.Key Study TopicsThe course is hands-on and allows you to work creatively with sound and music as a direct preparation for working in the creative industry. You will develop the knowledge, mindset and skills to support your own creativity, including critical listening, editing, arranging, composing, producing, technical and storytelling skills. You will gain an understanding of audio, sound art and music as different specialist areas as well as how they overlap with storytelling and moving images. Ultimately, you will be encouraged to apply the technical and creative aspects of sound and music production in a project-based learning environment. Collaboration is the focus of the course and students will hold project meetings with other students to realize projects as part of a team. Faculty and visiting professionals bring a strong industry perspective throughout the course. Careers Music technology is an ever-evolving area that is critical to the creative industry. Students can benefit from a number of opportunities upon graduation, including work in composition, production, sound engineering, songwriting, and creating soundtracks for film, television, and games. Students are expected to have five GCSEs (Grade C / Level 4 or higher) or equivalent (including English) and at least one of the following or equivalent UK / International qualifications. Qualifications accepted: 2 A-Levels, Class C or higher 4 AS-Levels, Class C or higher 2 Professional A-Levels, Class C or higher Level 3 Foundation Diploma or National Diploma Advanced Diploma, Class C or higher International Baccalaureate, 24 points or more international students must have IELTS with a total score of 5.5 or higher or TOEFL with a total score of 72 or higher. If an applicant does not meet the English language requirements at the time of application, an additional English requirement will be added to any entry offer . In addition, a preparatory English course can be offered if necessary. Eligibility and information will be published on the Pre-Sessional English Language course website. * The above requirements do not claim to be complete. A full list of alternative equivalents, international qualifications and additional academic requirements can be found on the Ravensbourne website or upon request from the admissions office. Selection Criteria Students should ideally have a background in art, creative media or design. Applicants are expected to submit a portfolio of work that demonstrates a range of their skills and why they are well suited for the course. We may also consider a combination of portfolio and academic qualifications and take into account progress made while studying and / or relevant work experience.Fees and ScholarshipsAnnual Fee for Home Postgraduate Students: £ 9,250 Annual Fee for International PhD Students: £ 16,500 discounts International students who pay the above fee in full by August 1st of the year of entry receive a 5% discount. International student on the way from continuing education to higher education: The costs for the basic diploma course are reimbursed over the three years of a basic course. The discount applies to the three years of basic studies and does not apply to years of repetition. Scholarships In addition to any government loans you may be eligible for, Ravensbourne University London has a limited number of scholarships and grants for undergraduate students. This financial support is designed to cover travel, meals and / or course equipment costs. Due to limited funding and a large number of eligible students, our financial support is limited and subject to change. We strongly encourage all prospective students to consider all study costs including accommodation, travel, equipment and upkeep while studying and have alternative funding options such as part-time work and / or savings.