Investing in a degree is a commitment in both your time and finances. However, studies have shown that this investment will pay off for graduates!

The Telegraph has reported that over a lifetime graduates will earn on average an additional half million compared to those without a degree. Musicians can have diverse and exciting portfolio careers, supporting their earnings through a range of activities including teaching, performing, song writing and working in the community among many other. Musicians can really tailor their careers to suit their lifestyle and interests.

If you’re short on time, or already working as a musician, you can study for a BA(hons) Performance Industries top up via supported distance learning to structure your learning around your existing commitments. Our BA(hons) Performance Industries top up can be completed in as little as 12 months, allowing you access to higher paid employment quicker – with all the benefits of a degree.

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

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