Postgraduate Programmes in Music Production
MMus, PG Diploma & PG Certificate
MMus - 180
PG Diploma - 120
PG Certificate - 60
MMus: UK / EEA: £10,000, International: £15,000
PG Diploma: UK / EEA: £7,000, International: £10,000
PG Cert: UK / EEA: £4,000, International: £6,000
MMUs: UK / EEA: £6,000 p/a
PG Diploma: UK / EEA: £4,000 p/a
PG Cert: UK / EEA: £4,000 (1 year)
PG Cert: UK / EEA: £2,500 (2 years)
MMus/ PG Diploma: Full Time: 1 year & Part Time: 2 years
PG Certificate: Full Time: 1 term & Part Time: 2 terms
The Open University
Programmes are subject to University approval
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|Term & Start Dates||
23 September 2019 - 24 January 2020
27 January 2020 - 29 May 2020
1 June 2020 - 11 September 2020**
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**Not available to new starters
This is a professionally-focused practice-based master’s degree for aspirant career producers within contemporary music. The 12-month programme aims to develop a specialist understanding of advanced music production tools, techniques and processes through the creation of a significant body of original work that demonstrates a distinctive artistic personality.
What you will do
In the autumn term, students will take two 30-credit modules, including:
- Production Casting, Recording and Management
and one of:
- Song Writing
- Composition for Film & Other Media
In the winter term, students will take the following two core 30-credit modules:
- Digital Distribution & Marketing
- Post-Production Mixing & Mastering
During the summer term, students take their 60-credit Major Project module.
A PARTNER INSTITUTION OF:
There are no pre/co-requisites among the taught modules and students may thus enter in Autumn or Spring and take taught modules in any order according to mode of study.
Students may register for the award of MMus, Postgraduate Diploma (“PGDip”) or Postgraduate Certificate (“PGCert”).
To achieve the award of:
MMus - students must pass all five modules.
PGDip. - students must pass all four taught modules
PGCert. - students must pass any two of the four available taught modules.
What you will benefit from?
Our brand new Central London campus is filled with state-of-the-art equipment and professional-standard rehearsal and recording facilities, as well as our own venue at your disposal. Our team is comprised of industry experts with years of teaching experience and we offer a range of guest speakers from across the sector who lead lectures, masterclasses and workshops on-site. Finally, LCCM is home to a world-class musical community featuring numerous award-winning artists and an infinite pool of potential collaborators.
Entry via second class honours degree in a music or closely related discipline from a UK awarding body, or a College-recognised equivalent international qualification or equivalent professional experience;
plus English language competency equivalent to CEFR Level C1 (7.0 overall, 6.5 in each category) if from a non majority English language speaking country;
As PG Cert curriculum varies according to modules taken, applicants will be assessed for entry in the context of their declared module choices.
Entry will also be subject to portfolio review.
Subject to Open University approval
Programme structure, content and dates shown are provisional and subject to change prior to start.