BIMM has overall been a positive experience for me allowing me to really open myself up and to come out of my shell in both my work and overall social ability.
i love it, the people, the rooms, the teachers are all incredible it makes me happy to go their and enjoy my time. they’re so inclusive so i get to expert new cultures every day and that makes me feel unique
they release weekly placement emails and different opportunities
the teachers all have amazing experience with their own jobs so they actually have something to relate to
amazing, everyday i feel like it’s kinda surreal to be able to use the equipment and have amazing staff to help use it as well
yes 2 minute walk from fulham station with tons of busses around i love my journey to uni
there’s a specific student support team which is so helpful and will help you in any situation good or bad
It's like camp rock. Is it really a university? All tutors are nice at least. The theory should be a greater part of studying music. Things should be taught more academically.
They say they will help to get jobs but I'm not sure that's true.
I learn more about writing songs from YouTube than in my course. So that's a con since I've learned nothing useful from the course. However the business side is useful.
Very good. Not very clear how to use them though.
Non existence. Course leader only cares about attendance and nothing else, nothing of wellbeing. He probably gets a bonus the more people attend that's the vibe I get.
Most of the lecturers are very nice and available to help at all times. However, some of them don't seem to understand on their own the difficulties of being a foreign student
They're very supportive, and have lots of events happening every week. Their partnerships with different companies from the music industry makes it easier for us to be successful
I like the way they teach us, however there should be more connection between the content of each lecture and lectures in the same week
Really good, cosy, clean and nice environment
Yes, is just around the corner
The support offered is flawless and the tutors know exactly how to work with the students
Hasn’t really worked out yet. As an older student my worries, problems and responsibilities are often overlooked and the university seems to focus on the younger students. Still have a third of my time left yet so hopefully it will change.
The tutors at BIMM are very passionate about music but classes can be rather large and usually disrupted by the younger students.
Not very good to be honest.
Based in central Manchester close to local shops, bars, coffee houses and restaurants.
Student support do try to help but seem to be stretched and don’t always understand what I’m trying to get help with. The academic feedback is very vague and late all the time.
It has been great! BIMM has helped me so much along the way, assisting me with everything from studies to real life music opportunities. I would advise future students to actually go to as many of the masterclasses and events as possible as they do prove useful down the line.
They organise masterclasses with industry professionals and provide us with the opportunity to network.
I am happy with the academic side of things, I do wish that we had more practical, in depth music production lessons.
I believe BIMM makes sure that we, students, have everything we'd need and more to push our creativity as far as possible. The facilities are great.
There are two campuses both of which are located in the city centre!
The support is great! BIMM's team is always on the lookout for every student in the uni to see if we need any support
Loving it! Best decision I have ever made, made me step out of my comfort zone and have made friends for life aswell as learned so much about the industry I’m interested in
Yea they really help with careers
I like small classes, I don’t like some lesson plans
It’s been good can’t complain .we try to make as many friends as possible ,get bands and book tutorials as much as we can which is cool. People are sometimes not very friendly which is completely fine .But most times since We have restaurants around the school ,we go there have launch and try to make use of our free times.
We receive updates about available jobs in our fields .
What I love is Mostly because they ask students question plus demonstrations from each of us to make sure we understood the lesson. What I won’t like are the hours apart of each course .
It can be overwhelming sometimes, and you can ask yourself why am I studying this subject, but overall is a great place to be. Networking is the most important thing.
In 2 year we need more classes like lpw and less cultural prospective
Pretty good, we need more rooms for production and practice
Pretty good, make longer tutorial at least 30 min
Very good and very sociable, there’s a lot of opportunities for networking with other musicians and the end of term live events give the performers a chance to perform
There is a careers hub and guest speakers
I like that it is a smaller class room environment