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South-West-England

Music degrees in South West England

11 universities offer 67 courses. To get the best results for Undergraduate Music degrees, enter your predicted grades.

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    (4.1) 2415 reviews
  • Employment rate: 95%
    Source: UNISTATS, 2019
  • CUG ranking: 33rd
    Source: Complete University Guide 2023
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    (4.2) 2554 reviews
  • Employment rate: 87%
    Source: UNISTATS, 2019
  • CUG ranking: 42nd
    Source: Complete University Guide 2023
  • OVERALL RATING
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    (4.2) 1190 reviews
  • Employment rate: 95%
    Source: UNISTATS, 2019
  • CUG ranking: 63rd
    Source: Complete University Guide 2023
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Arts University Plymouth
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    (4.4) 263 reviews
  • OVERALL RATING
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    (4.1) 1048 reviews
  • Employment rate: 80%
    Source: UNISTATS, 2019
  • CUG ranking: 46th
    Source: Complete University Guide 2023
  • OVERALL RATING
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    (4.1) 1086 reviews
  • Employment rate: 90%
    Source: UNISTATS, 2019
  • CUG ranking: 12th
    Source: Complete University Guide 2023
  • OVERALL RATING
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    (3.9) 1131 reviews
  • Employment rate: 95%
    Source: UNISTATS, 2019
  • CUG ranking: 47th
    Source: Complete University Guide 2023

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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