Rethink music study and practice through a challenging combination of theoretical and practical modules. Our degree programmes offer a great range of options so you can select your own coherent programme of study and focus upon the areas of greatest interest and strength for you. Your academic progress is supported by personal tutor meetings that help you navigate through the degree and prepare for a graduate career. We're one of the largest university music departments in the UK, so you'll have access to a wide range of academics, including internationally established composers, performers and writers – their diversity of expertise makes this one of the most exciting undergraduate music degrees in the UK. There are professional and student-led recitals, concerts, workshops and other music events taking place every week, with opportunities to perform at Goldsmiths and in public venues. You'll have the opportunity to perform at our annual music festival PureGold, which celebrates the music created and performed at Goldsmiths. You'll be within easy reach of central London's many venues, concert halls, opera houses and research libraries, providing a great international focus. You'll be encouraged to construct a path of study that develops and explores the interrelationship between music as a creative and practical endeavour, and music as an intellectual study. We encourage ambition and independence, and will help you think about the kind of musician you want to be. 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 – sometimes without you noticing!