BSc(Hons) Broadcast Audio and Music Technology (with Foundation Year) is accredited by JAMES, the education arm of the Association of Professional Recording Services (APRS), the Music Producers Guild (MPG) and the Association of Motion Picture Sound (AMPS). Developed by leading industry figures and partnered with BBC Radio and Music Operations, this course addresses the skills gap in the broadcast industry. Learn basic engineering skills and study recording techniques and the technological aspects of music. Apply your creativity to enhance the sound and quality of audio and build a solid understanding of the science of sound, acoustics and recording. Attend master classes with BBC Radio, hear from industry professionals and gain hands-on experience in industry standard facilities. Play and perform a range of musical styles at our celebrated Centre for Performing Arts. These include a thriving Symphony Orchestra, Big Band, Brass Consort, Chamber Orchestra, Contemporary Music Group, Chamber Choir and the University Singers. Get involved in inspiring projects for the radio and community, while developing your portfolio and gaining valuable industry experience. You’ll graduate ready to go into a wide range of careers in sound. Opportunities are available in the broadcast and music industries and potential jobs include composition, location recording, sound design, tracklaying, and editing and mixing.