London, 7 September 2018 - London College of Creative Media (LCCM) has announced the partnership with Falmouth University, allowing LCCM to offer a new undergraduate degree in Creative Music Technology.
BA (Hons) Creative Music Technology is a three-year long course developed and awarded by Falmouth University. It is designed to enable students to develop the knowledge, cultural understanding and practical skills needed to successfully create, record, mix and master contemporary music.
The course includes a variety of modules that enable a professional approach to audio, by providing students with an understanding of the needs of various industries, including games, television and music production. Future careers paths after completing the course may include: electronic music artist, music producer, recording or mix engineer, sound designer, media composer, audio editor and location sound recordist.
Senior Deputy Vice Chancellor of Falmouth University, Professor Geoff Smith said, “This is a very exciting partnership which offers students a fantastic opportunity to access dynamic, industry-facing course content in professional-standard facilities. Falmouth University’s approach is underpinned by a spirit of collaboration and partnership, so we are pleased to be working with LCCM to deliver a Creative Music Technology degree in the heart of London’s creative scene.”
Darius Khwaja, Principal of LCCM, said: “We are delighted to announce this new partnership and look forward to working closely with Falmouth University. Both organisations have similar values in how best prepare students for careers in UK creative economy. The new course will help music technology students develop their creativity and gain the professional skills needed for a career in the music, entertainment and media industries.”
To apply for the course and for additional information please click here.
About Falmouth University
Falmouth University is a digital innovation hub with a history of more than 100 years of creative thinking and design innovation. Today, its portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate courses represents the breadth of the Creative Industries, from art, design and fashion, to gaming, music and film.