About this program
Sound related industries now require graduates to have broader skill sets than ever before. Get a head start in your career with this unique combination of vocational study and academic theory. During this course you will learn the necessary concepts, theory and practical skills to support your future in the industry.
There are few courses of this type available to study in the UK. It champions a balanced and varied approach to sound and engineering, offering an alternative to courses that specialise in single specific disciplines.
You’ll gain a solid understanding of sound engineering concepts and skills using state-of-the-art facilities, and will be exposed to the latest developments in practice. This up-to-date knowledge is paired with personal development to enhance your employability after graduation.
The purpose of this course is to meet the needs of sound engineering in a variety of industries. The course team is made up of specialist professional practitioners who can offer guidance and advice on the next steps in your career.
UWL has one of the largest academically controlled studio complexes in the country, with 23 studios, labs and teaching studios on the Ealing campus. The studios and other facilities are available to students studying sound engineering and music technology.
You may also wish to undertake postgraduate study to specialise in a subject you’ve already studied, or to explore something new.
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About this institute
University of West London
At the University of West London, we aim to inspire you to become a creative professional and connect you to an exciting and rewarding career. Based in the heart of one of the UK’s most successful business regions, we have highly qualified staff with a wealth ofexperience...
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