A degree is an important part of progressing your career as a musician, many jobs, including teaching and lecturing, require you to hold a BA hons qualification. According to the Musicians Union, “Musicians are experienced, qualified and multi-skilled…two thirds of musicians undertake four or more years of formal education and training with 40% holding a degree in music.” In order to be heard in this competitive environment, a BA hons qualification will help you to stand out.

The Academy of Music and Sound are proud that over 75% of our graduates are working within the music sector within 6 months of graduation from their BA hons Performance Industries Top Up. The AMS Online BA hons Performance Industries Top Up supported distance learning course allows to you to achieve this qualification, and the associated benefits, from home with the support of our specialist staff.

Call 0843 224 9300 or email amsonline@academyofmusic.ac.uk to find out more about the AMS Online BA hons Performance Industries Top Up course.

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