351–400 th
World University Rankings 2020
126-150 th
European Teaching Rankings 2019
New Cross, London, SE14 6NW, United Kingdom

Music - Goldsmiths, University of London

This degree reflects the diversity and excitement of music in the twenty-first century, taking in everything from classical music to contemporary jazz and electronic practices, and gives you the opportunity to mix performance, composition and research. **Why study BMus Music at Goldsmiths?** - In the first year you’ll explore different musical styles and approaches to study - through a range core practical and critical modules - Later, you'll be able to choose from our wide range of jazz, sonic art, popular and fringe music modules as well as our practical, skills-based workshop and teaching modules - You’ll have lots of opportunities to perform, including in professional and student-led ensembles and groups such as Gamelan Ensemble, Sinfonia and Creative Jazz Ensemble, and at our annual music festival PureGold, which celebrates the music created and performed at Goldsmiths. - We're within easy reach of central London’s many venues, concert halls, opera houses and research libraries, providing a great international focus - You’ll be very well set-up for the world of work. Employers look for initiative-driven graduates who think critically about their actions, work well with others and adapt quickly to new ideas. This degree will help you develop these skills. - We attract instrumental and vocal teachers of the highest quality, with many of our staff also teaching at the major music conservatoires. Our performance modules are supplemented with ensemble classes and masterclasses given by top professional musicians. First-year BMus Music students are currently entitled to 12 hours of one-to-one tuition per year.