The Innovative Study Route for Entrepreneurs.

This route to a Music Business Studies Degree provides its students with the skills, knowledge, and experience necessary to embark on sustainable careers on the business side of the real music industry as it exists today – as managers, label executives, and entrepreneurs.

Covering a broad range of content relevant to the wider creative industries, too, students can supplement foundational knowledge in the areas of Artist & Repertoire, Business Management, Marketing, Law & Contracts, Live Events Management and Entrepreneurship with topics such as Consumer Psychology and/or Music Journalism depending on their interests and career aspirations.

This programme is quality assured by Middlesex University and you will receive a Middlesex award on successful completion.

ACM Music Business & Innovation Route UCAS Codes

BA(Hons) Music Industry Practice (MIP) – The Business and Innovation Route

UCAS Institution code: A48
Course code:

  • Music Business & Innovation Degree: 2 Years W375 | 3 YearsWH75
  • Live Event Management Degree: 2 Years S4A7 | 3 YearsP8H6
  • Music Journalism Degree: 2 Years L3A2 | 3 Years 9N2S

Business & Innovation Modules

All students on the Business & Innovation Study Route must study the following modules in addition to the mandatory modules of the Music Industry Practice programme.

  • Brand and Audience Studies: MIP-417
  • Creative Industry Trends: MIP-418
  • Finance, Funding, and Innovation: MIP-419
  • Management, Artists, and Repertoire: MIP420
  • Intellectual Property Rights: MIP-421
  • Marketing Strategies and Connected Communities: MIP-509
  • The Creative Industry Entrepreneur: MIP-510
  • Live Event Management: MIP-511
  • Advanced Business Strategy: MIP-607

Entry Requirements

All candidates will be required to attend an audition/interview.

2 YEAR DEGREE

Minimum age 18

All candidates should hold at least two Cs at A-Level (or an equivalent Level 3 qualification), possessing a minimum of 64 UCAS points.

We normally require Grade C GCSE (or an equivalent qualification) in English. Candidates should be capable of using the English language fluently, and able to structure arguments and present evidence to a standard appropriate to study at Level ‘4’.

Where the application materials appear insufficient to form a clear judgment on the candidate’s fluency, additional documentary evidence (e.g. recent essays) will be called for. Applicants for whom English is a second language are required to have achieved IELTS level 6.0 or equivalent qualification.

We welcome applications from those who might have completed alternative quali cations, and/or have prior experience. All applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

FOUNDATION LEVEL 0

Minimum age 17

All candidates should hold at least 18 tariff points* with a minimum of 12 points from one 6-unit award.

We normally require Grade C GCSE (or an equivalent qualification) in English. Candidates should be capable of using the English language fluently, and able to structure arguments and present evidence to a standard appropriate to study at Level ‘0’.

Where the application materials appear insufficient to form a clear judgment on the candidate’s fluency, additional documentary evidence (e.g. recent essays) will be called for. Applicants for whom English is a second language are required to have achieved IELTS level 6.0 or equivalent qualification.

We welcome applications from those who might have completed alternative quali cations, and/or have prior experience. All applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Program taught in:
  • English (US)

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Aug 2020
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