Music Business Degree

You will gain a broad understanding of the power of music and brands, and what makes a brand successful. You will look at the current music ‘brandscape’ and understand strategic alliances that exploit commercial opportunities as well as exploring issues around authenticity and integrity. By the end of the module the students will not only be able to appreciate the benefits of social marketing but also learn very useful skills about how to apply it. The knowledge and skills will prove very useful to enable the students to apply their marketing skills to both commercial and social situations. It will also help develop their social responsibility attitude and enable them to specialise in this area should they choose to do so. Building on students’ existing knowledge and understanding of marketing and marketing communication concepts and theories gained previously on the Course the module will explore the principles and practice of sponsorship and fundraising in an event context.

Option modules span areas such as branding, journalism, public relations and sustainability in digital culture enabling you to tailor your degree to your specific career ambitions. You will develop valuable transferable skills, including practical media skills, critical thinking and writing, independent research and analysis. The course will equip you with excellent presentation, written and oral communication skills. Media alumna Laura Crow on supporting women and tackling gender inequality Graduate Laura Crow tell how she came to set up a social enterprise Talk Think Grow to support women explore their potential and to fight back against gender inequality. Many education courses, some health science courses including Medicine, and some postgraduate business courses have an earlier start date.

The aim of the module is to provide students with understanding of the importance of service excellence, including reflection on their own professional conduct practices, and equip them with analytical ability to assess and improve service delivery. Working with real-life clients and Industry Partners, students will be empowered by reflexive industry practice, equipped with a unique competitive edge. This module is delivered as integral part of our experiential learning strategies. The practical component consists of industry-supported real-life interactive marketing campaigns involving all students. Practical treatment of Strategic Marketing, Public Relations, user/audience Engagement concepts/tactics, and state of the art digital communications/promotion forms the focus this module. This module explores the theoretical and practical matters of strategic decisions in music media marketing processes, especially augmented through transformation of audience/consumer behaviour, economic structures and modes of content promotion and delivery.

The annual tuition fee is fully funded via Student Finance England for eligible home fee students. Roles within major record labels and publishers and across the UK’s world-beating independent sector. See the further details offees and potential extra costswhen studying a course at the University of Gloucestershire. Meet Mia Jade, Alfie Blue, Little Planets and Imogen Harper, our artists performing at Sound City, a festival which will take place in the heart of Liverpool this Spring. Leeds Conservatoire has been working with the Music in the Round team on a number of programmes and initiatives throughout the month of May.

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