Popular Music Performance
UAL Level 3 Diploma in Popular Music Performance
The course includes instrumental workshops. Students will be required to rehearse with other budding musicians, working towards assessed performances throughout the two year programme.
- Type of study
- Examination board
- University of the Arts London (UAL)
Availability & Details
Five GCSEs at Grade 4 or above including English Language and Mathematics, as well as an audition that requires you to demonstrate that you are advance enough on your instrument/ voice to start rehearsing with a band.
Units on the course will consist of: working and developing as a music ensemble, composing music and pop music in practice. The course will contain practical and theoretical elements, as well as performances.
You will be continually assessed on Pass, Merit and Distinction criteria in all the units on the course. Much of the work is practical in nature but written assignments are required to support this. There is no final examination.
You have to supply your own guitar but keyboards, drums, microphones and amps are all supplied.
College has been the best two years of my education. All my teachers were great and amazing, and I think they were the most helpful they could have been.Megan Capaldi-Tallon, A Level student
I overcame a couple of barriers by working really hard to get the top grades. My experience was really good, with the course and the lecturers, the residentials and activities, together it was all really good. I had really great teaching support, I could always go to the lecturers and speak to them if I needed to.David Stenning, Public Services student
My experience at the college was enjoyable and productive, with thoroughly helpful people surrounding you, an excellent experience. I wasn’t expecting it to be as good as it was, with the work shop time and experience I had, it was a great two years preparing me for the next stage.Edward Smith, BTEC student
On completion of the course alongside your other qualifications you will be able to progress to relevant Higher Education courses, into industry or onto an Apprenticeship.