NH2The Academy of Music and Sound has a long standing relationship with the music industry, and we understand the skills and knowledge a working musician has are varied and extensive; from instrumental skills to business skills, working as a musician can be tough!

This experience is unique to the music industry and is recognised as the equivalent of the first 2 years of your degree, meaning you can fast track to the final year of you BA(hons).We are aware that working musicians have a lot to offer, their experience, talent and commitment are all evidence that they have what it takes to achieve a degree.

While you may not have achieved formal qualifications, your experience as a professional or semi-professional musician has equipped you well for the rigours of studying at BA(hons) level.We can guide you through the recognised prior learning application process to help you tofast track to the BA(hons) final year.

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

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