Ba Hons Music Business With Foundation Year

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The cost of optional activities is not included in your tuition fee and you will need to meet this cost in addition to your fees. A summary of the costs that you may be expected to pay, and what is included in your fees, while studying a course in the School of Art and Media in the 2021–22 academic year are listed here. Grades are never the whole picture; we’re interested in things like creativity, resourcefulness, persistence and the capacity to think big and find new ways of doing things. We recognise many qualifications and we care about all of your achievements and the experiences you’ve had that set you apart.

The module explores how creatives, celebrities, and performing artist rights’ are impacted by the business environment, and examines the impact of the law and the litigation process upon them. This module provides the key skills necessary to understand the legal concepts, case law, and legal disputes underpinning a career in the entertainment sectors. The Professional Consultancy / Project is a capstone module in which students will be required to undertake a business project aimed at enhancing their employability as well as providing a platform for further professional development. • Recognise their personal and professional development learning and apply to their future goals. To explore the live sector as a growth area of the international entertainment industry and place it within the context of the music, events and related creative and other businesses. We’ve reinvented this undergraduate course to offer a great level of subject specialism from your first year, based on research and input from industry connections.

In the third year you will undertake a live project during which you will research, plan, execute and evaluate a real-world music industries project in partnership with an external organisation. This module will introduce you to the concept of popular culture through the perspectives of media studies. You will critically engage with, explore and critique a range of popular cultural forms and practices. You will explore a range of current as well as historical examples of film, TV, music, and online popular culture through analysis of both the conditions of production – the entertainment industry – and audiences’ engagement with these texts. This module explores your critical understanding of consuming and producing social media in personal and professional settings. In this module you will explore the role and use of photography in visual media.

Fill in our simple online form and we’ll get in touch to support your application journey. The University may therefore raise tuition fees in the second or subsequent years of a course, in line with inflation and/or the maximum permitted by law or Government policy. The modules above are those being studied by our students, or proposed new ones. Programme structures and modules can change as part of our curriculum enhancement and review processes. If a certain module is important to you, please discuss it with the course leader. For further details of our international English entry requirements, please visit ourinternational pages.

It is concerned with diagnosing issues and inefficiencies, solving problems, improving performance and implementing solutions to deliver complex change, maximise growth and to create value for organisations. We attained considerable synergies already through partnerships with industry partners such as Club Fandango, Concert Live and MMF, enhancing employability and skills. We are set to continue broadening this collaborative approach that benefits students. ● Provide an understanding of the theoretical foundations and practical application of marketing in services, private and public sectors. To study a degree at London Met, you must be able to demonstrate proficiency in the English language.

We also hold an annualIndustry Week, the biggest of its kind in the UK, where guest speakers and mentors from the music industry are invited in to talk to students. Our students have the opportunity to learn from people working in the industry right now, and can make invaluable contacts during this week. You’ll need to evidence, where appropriate, your team management skills by recruiting relevant team members from your network and recognising the importance of driving a project using people’s specialist skill sets. As well as technical skills, you’ll develop a more creative approach by supplying content for a media campaign for an artist as a client as part of the module Event Management and Production module. In this module, you’ll explore the fundamental theory of marketing via a series of case studies through the ages of popular music and see how it’s not necessarily the money spent, but the ideas that are the key to success. A variety of assessment vehicles will be used as appropriate to the modules you take, including assignments carried out in your own time, in-class assignments, workshops and presentations.