A music production degree will provide you with valuable practice and experience in the recording and production of music. During your course, you’ll be able to develop a portfolio of work and projects that can be used as evidence to employers of your experience and skill set. You’ll learn theory, as well as develop technical skills, understanding how music and sound can contribute to different media outlets. Several music production courses also include a work placement and during your time at uni you’ll be able to use industry-standard recording and mixing equipment, helping you prepare for your career after graduating. A music production degree can lead to job roles including music producer, studio engineer, sound engineer, mastering engineer and music editor.