Music degrees in Scotland

12 universities offer 87 courses. To get the best results for Undergraduate Music degrees, enter your predicted grades.

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    (4.1) 1174 reviews
  • Employment rate: 100%
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  • CUG ranking: 13th
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    (4.0) 921 reviews
  • Employment rate: 95%
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  • CUG ranking: 44th
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    (4.3) 3323 reviews
  • Employment rate: 100%
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  • CUG ranking: 8th
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    (5.0) 1 review
  • CUG ranking: 12th
    Source: Complete University Guide 2022
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    (3.9) 1071 reviews
  • Employment rate: 92%
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  • CUG ranking: 21st
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    (3.9) 960 reviews
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    (4.1) 1453 reviews
  • Employment rate: 100%
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    (4.4) 130 reviews
  • Employment rate: 75%
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    (3.0) 2 reviews

Studying about Music

Studying a Music degree will involve growing your skills in composing, orchestrating and even analysing and conducting. Students will learn about the historical and cultural significance of music too. This prepares you for different career routes such as teaching and performing. Students also develop desirable skills by employers such as critical thinking, teamwork and administration, which they can take to other work environments. Common employers include music production companies, media organisations and schools and colleges.

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