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25th Jul - 2019




Whether your aim is to produce or compose commercial music, design sound for media or immerse yourself in the world of spatial audio, 'Creative Music Technology' provides you with the skills and knowledge to develop an in-depth understanding of music production and engineering; developing your creativity, professionalism and academic knowledge in a continuously evolving industry. Our programme is designed and delivered by leading industry professionals, with experience producing Hollywood Film scores, TV soundtracks, and working with Grammy Award winning artists.

Our programme is subject to validation by Falmouth University, ranked gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework. Gold is reserved for institutions where teaching, retention and graduate outcomes are consistently outstanding and are of the highest quality found in the UK.

The Creative Music Technology BA (Hons) does not require candidates to read music or play a traditional musical instrument.


UCAS code


Study Mode



3 years or 4 years (with foundation year)



UCAS application and interview

Full-time fees

UK/EU: £9,250 p/a, International: £15,000 p/a


Student Loans for UK/EU students, Private Funding

Awarding Body

Subject to Validation by Falmouth University


360 or 480 with integrated foundation year

Start Date

25 September 2019


Minimum age


Music industry tutors

Based in the heart of one of the world’s leading music business cities your tutors are academically qualified, high level music industry practitioners who in addition to their teaching, are active in the industry; scoring for TV series, Hollywood films; working with award winning artists and record labels from around the world.

Students with disabilities

We welcome applications from students with disabilities (e.g. physical or sensory), students with mental health conditions and students with learning difficulties (e.g. dyslexia). If you have a disability, mental health condition or learning difficulty, we encourage you to describe your needs on your application form so we can make any arrangements, if necessary, in order to support you. This will not affect the outcome of your application.

Extra Activities

  • Masterclasses and guest speakers
  • Drum and bass workshops
  • Classes in Sibelius
  • Choir
  • Time Manipulation workshop
  • Drum Line
  • Ensemble workshops covering Jazz, Latin, Funk

Why choose us

    • Personal, friendly environment
    • Flexible course to suit individuals
    • Industry-leading professional tutors
    • Access to a personal tutor
    • Small class sizes
    • Study in the heart of creative London
    • Superb facilities and resources
    • Unusual opportunities to collaborate with other music, writing, and entrepreneurship students to launch your own cutting-edge projects and creative startups
    • Lifelong social and professional contacts

What you can do

You will develop the knowledge, cultural understanding and practical skills needed to successfully record, mix and master contemporary audio; actively pushing the boundaries of the industry. Future careers may include, Music Producer, Recording Engineer, Mix Engineer, Sound Designer, Media Composer, Audio Editor, Electronic Music Artist and Location Sound Recordists.


“I think the thing I like the most about studying here is the people: the staff and my peers make it a very encouraging environment and a very positive one. I feel like sometimes music can become quite competitive and I don’t feel that here.”

Kathleen Fitzpatrick Milton

BMus (Hons) Performance and Production student

“I chose LCCM because the atmosphere was totally different to the other schools that I looked at, it seemed much more genuine and the teachers were really friendly.”

Sahil Batra

BMus (Hons) Performance and Production student

“My favourite thing about LCCM is the fact that, having taught in a number of similar institutions, LCCM doesn’t have that corporate vibe that you get in a lot of the competition schools.”

Pete Cater

Drum Tutor

“If you are looking for a place where you want to develop your professional skills but also be very excited by the actual business of making music, then LCCM is a good place to study.”

Roland Perrin

Head of Piano

“One of the things that I like most about studying at LCCM is the teachers. They’re great teachers, fun, relaxed, really experienced and they know a lot about what they are talking about.”

Benjamin Harrison

Cert HE Music Performance 1st year student

“I chose LCCM because it’s the most well-rounded music college in London. The facilities are fantastic, they offer one-to-one tuition, which is really good, and the level of teaching is really high.”


Bass Course

“If you want to be at a school where you do performance, theory and live music every day of your life, then yes, I would recommend it.”


Bass Course

“This is the best place to go. Unlike other places that have classes of twenty to thirty people, with the one-to-ones it’s just you.”

Frankie Connolly

BMus Guitar course

“It’s been a hardworking year, but I've learnt a lot and it has been very inspiring.”


First year piano

“Enrolling at LCCM was the best thing I've done for my music career, you have to be in London to do music.”


First year piano

“I chose LCCM because there's no other music course that I've discovered that goes in the direction I want. Here there is a big focus on the horns, learning jazz and harmony.”


BMus performance course - Trumpet

“I wanted to go somewhere where I felt comfortable. Teachers are very relaxed but meticulous at the same time, making you focus on your weaknesses.”



“We give you industry-led tutors, access to professional organisations and networks that we are all part of.”

KT Foster

Program Leader

“What I'm looking for in a song writing student is someone who’s got the drive and the passion to develop the kind of discipline of writing all the time. That passion, that urgency and that need to create and express something in their songs are ideally the main ingredients we’re looking for.”

Mike McAvoy

Subject leader in Songwriting

“We’re into all sorts of music - we’re not a rock school or a pop school, we’re into everything. We’ve had heavy metal bands, jazz bands and everything in between, and this make us quite unusual.”

Darius Khwaja




UCAS Tariff

A typical offer is between 104 and 120 UCAS points for entry to undergraduate courses, primarily from Level 3 equivalent qualification such as A levels, a BTEC Extended Diploma or a Foundation Diploma.

Due to the creative nature of our courses, you will be considered on your own individual merit and potential to succeed. We encourage you to get in touch if you are predicted points below this range, thinking about transferring from another institution, or if you have other qualifications or professional experience as we may be able to consider you.

You must have a minimum of Grade 4 (or C) or above in GCSE English Language, or equivalent, for entry to our undergraduate courses.

If English is not your first language, we accept a range of recognised language qualifications that are equivalent to the IELTS Academic minimum score of 6.0 overall, with a minimum of 5.5 in Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening. 

Age: Minimum age 18


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