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BIMM - British & Irish Modern Music Institute Birmingham
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Undergraduate Program

1. Age of participants: from 17 years

2. Length of study: 3 years (standard programs)

3. Start of classes: October, January, April

4. Level of English: IELTS 5.5-6.0

5. Level of education: graduation diploma (minimum 2 A-level subjects at level C or above, or BTEC equivalent to Level 3)

6. Language of instruction: English.

BIMM - The British & Irish Modern Music Institute Birmingham provides students from any country in the world with an opportunity to receive bachelor's degrees in various fields of music and art. For admission, you must have a high level of knowledge in subjects, have skills to play a certain musical instrument and speak English at a sufficient level. Applicants pass competitive selection and confirm their knowledge by documents and in the interview process.

Educational programs contain a set of subjects necessary for the full disclosure of aspects of the chosen specialty. The study is individualized - most of the time, students spend their time playing, creating and developing. A small number of people in groups allows teachers to pay maximum attention to each student. All specialists of the Institute are true professionals, recognized leaders in their fields. The school has a multifaceted system of support and development of career and professional skills, which helps students to take the first steps towards success. Each student of the institute finds his own unique style and sound, his own methods in work and development, each becomes an individual.

BIMM - The British & Irish Modern Music Institute Birmingham collaborates with a large number of companies and firms from the field of music and art. Master classes with invited specialists are constantly held, agents and managers of record companies attend classes and auditions - students have a real opportunity to show themselves. Upon successful completion of the full period of study, students receive a diploma and a bachelor's degree in the relevant field. Due to the quality of the educational system and wide effective support, graduates have great talents and competencies, easily find a job and realize their potential.

Undergraduate Programs at BIMM - British & Irish Modern Music Institute Birmingham:

  • Guitar (professional music playing) (Guitar, BA (hons) Professional musicianship)
  • Bass guitar (professional playing music) (Bass guitar, BA (hons) Professional musicianship)
  • Drums (professional music) (Drums, BA (hons) Professional musicianship)
  • Vocals (professional music) (Vocals, BA (hons) Professional musicianship)
  • Musical Production (BA (hons) Music production)
  • Songwriting (BA (hons) Songwriting)
  • Music Journalism (BA (hons) Music journalism)
  • Event Management (BA (hons) Event management)
  • Music business (Ba (hons) Music business).

Exemplary undergraduate curricula at BIMM - British & Irish Modern Music Institute Birmingham:

Programs: Guitar (professional playing music) (Guitar, BA (hons) Professional musicianship); Bass guitar (Bass guitar, BA (hons) Professional musicianship); Drums (Drums, BA (hons) Professional musicianship); Vocals (Vocals, BA (hons) Professional musicianship):

1. 1 course:

  • Essential styles
  • Applied business in music (Applied music business)
  • Artist development and entrepreneurship (artist development and entrepreneurship)
  • Techniques of the game (Techniques)
  • Work sessions (Live performance workshop)
  • Music theory and notation.

2. 2 course:

1) Main subjects:

  • Research methods (Research methods)
  • Professional musicians (Professional musicianship)
  • Cultural perspectives
  • Presentation in context (Presentation in context)
  • Applied music theory and thoughtful (critical) listening (Applied music theory and critical listening).

2) Optional:

  • Studio music (Studio musicianship)
  • Studio audio video recording (Studio recording)
  • Business studies in the field of music (Music business studies)
  • Publications in music (Music publishing).

3. 3 course:

1) Basic:

  • Professional project (Professional project)
  • Professional development (Professional Development)
  • Analytical perspectives
  • Ensemble performance (ensemble performance).

2) Optional:

  • Music Teacher: Practice (Music teaching practice)
  • Solo performance
  • Theory and analysis of music (Music theory and analysis)
  • Online music (Online music).

Musical Production (BA (hons) Music production):

1. Basic modules:

  • Theory of audio and acoustics
  • Computer music production, levels 1 and 2
  • Creative research in the field of sound
  • Studio engineering
  • Mix and Mix
  • Music business
  • Musical production in context
  • Music and sound for moving images
  • Studio sound production
  • Musical production: industry
  • Post Production: Audio
  • Special research project.

2. Optional:

  • Computer music performance
  • Live sound: production
  • Music design (computer)
  • Sound and music for games
  • Environment
  • Video and multimedia production.

Songwriting (BA (hons) Songwriting):

1. Basic modules:

  • Music business
  • Artist Development and Entrepreneurship
  • Songwriting techniques
  • Styles and genres
  • Workshops on live performance
  • Musical theory in practice
  • Research methods
  • Cultural perspectives
  • Writing talent for digital media
  • Music Publishing
  • Creative processes
  • Professional projects
  • Professional Development
  • Analytical perspectives
  • Commercial songwriting.

2. Electives:

  • Performance in context
  • Studio music
  • Studio recording
  • Applied music theory and criticism
  • Music teaching practice
  • Live performance in the musical group
  • Musical theory and analysis
  • Online music.

Music journalism (BA (hons) Music journalism):

1. 1 course:

  • Introduction to music journalism
  • Journalism techniques
  • Music business
  • Contextual journalism
  • Writing skills for the music industry
  • Music and digital media.

2. 2 course:

  • Research methods
  • Cultural perspectives
  • Relationship with industry
  • Artistic development and PR
  • Principles, ethics and law in music journalism
  • Digital media production.

3. 3 course:

  • Global communications
  • Creative entrepreneurship
  • Professional project
  • Professional Development
  • Analytical perspectives.

Event Management (BA (hons) Event management):

1. 1 course:

  • Concert / event promotion and tour management (Concert / event promotion & tour management)
  • Live sound: technology (Live sound technology)
  • Administration and entrepreneurship
  • Events: concept and design (Event concept & design)
  • Event management: introductory course (Introducing event management)
  • Business in the field of music (Music business).

2. 2 course:

  • Research Methods
  • Events and Interaction (Engaging with events (wbl))
  • Marketing and media resources (Marketing & media)
  • Events: audience (Events & the audience)
  • Events: logistics and service (Event logistics & services)
  • Events: Events in context.

3. 3 course:

  • Professional project
  • Professional development (Professional development)
  • Financial management and financing system (Financial management & funding)
  • Events: promotion and digital media resources (Event promotion & digital media)
  • Events and the environment.

Music business (Ba (hons) Music business):

1. 1 course:

  • Concert promotion and tour management (Concert / event promotion & tour management)
  • Live sound: technology (Live sound technology)
  • Administration and entrepreneurship
  • Introduction to digital music
  • Artist development and management (artist development and management)
  • Music business (Music business).

2. 2 course:

  • Research methods (Research methods)
  • Sound recording technology
  • Cultural perspectives
  • Marketing and media resources (Marketing & media)
  • Music publications (publishers) (Music publishing).

3. 3 course:

  • Professional project
  • Professional development (Professional development)
  • Analytical perspectives
  • The future of music (Music futures)
  • Music event management.

The tuition fee for undergraduate programs:

  • for citizens and residents of Britain and the European Union = 7650 £ / year
  • for international students = £ 13,350 / year.
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Diploma degree programs

1. Age of participants: from 19 years

2. Length of study: 2 years

3. Start of classes: October, January, April

4. Level of English: IELTS 6.0

5. Level of education: high school diploma (minimum)

6. Language of instruction: English.

BIMM - The British & Irish Modern Music Institute Birmingham offers its students the opportunity to receive a diploma degree in various areas of musical art. Programs provide an opportunity to significantly improve the level of knowledge and skills, to develop in the chosen specialty.

Education continues for two years: for admission applicants must have a sufficiently high level of knowledge and speak English at a good level. Each program includes a complex of disciplines and subjects that give a fundamental level of practical skills - students constantly practice in the game / work, they are engaged individually and in groups, create music and creative projects. The teachers strive to ensure that each student finds his own individual style and believes in his own strength: in addition to the usual classes, intensive workshops and meetings with the best specialists are regularly held. Upon successful completion of a full course of study, students are awarded a diploma in the relevant specialty. Many graduates, during their studies, begin vocational / labor activity, collaboration with record companies / musicians. If desired, further degree holders may return to study and proceed to the next course in the appropriate undergraduate specialty (for example, at the end of a one-year diploma course, you can enroll in the second undergraduate course).

Diploma at BIMM - British & Irish Modern Music Institute Birmingham:

  • Guitar (Artistic Development in Music Performance) (Guitar, Artist Development Diploma In Music Performance)
  • Bass guitar (Artistic development in musical performance) (Bass guitar, Artist Development Diploma In Music Performance)
  • Drums (Artistic Development in Music Performance) (Drums, Artist Development Diploma In Music Performance)
  • Vocals (Artistic Development in Music Performance) (Vocals, Artist Development Diploma In Music Performance)
  • Songwriting (Songwriting, Artist Development Diploma).

A sample Diploma curriculum for BIMM - British & Irish Modern Music Institute Birmingham:

Programs: Guitar (Guitar, Artist Development Diploma In Music Performance); Bass guitar (Bass guitar, Artist Development Diploma In Music Performance); Drums (Drums, Artist Development Diploma In Music Performance); Vocals (Vocals, Artist Development Diploma In Music Performance):

1) 1st year:

  • Technical development (Technical Development)
  • Session styles
  • Music industry career development (Career development in the music industry)
  • Pre-production
  • Live performance workshop (lpw) (live performance workshops)
  • Performance preparation
  • Extended studies.

2) 2nd year:

  • Technical development (Technical Development)
  • Music in context (Music in context)
  • Music theory and improvisation (musical theory and improvisation)
  • Recording preparation (Preparing to record)
  • Pre-production
  • Live performance workshop (lpw) (Workshops on how to prepare for a live performance)
  • Research and investigation (Research and detailed analysis)
  • Music industry career development (Career development in the music industry)
  • Extended studies.

Songwriting, Artist Development Diploma:

1) 1st year:

  • Arrangement analysis and composition
  • Studio skills (studio skills)
  • Music industry career development (Music industry: career development)
  • Pre-production
  • Live performance workshop
  • Performance preparation (Process preparation for performance)
  • Extended studies.

2) 2nd year:

  • Production techniques (Music technology)
  • Music in context (Music in context)
  • Music theory and composition (Music: Theory and Composition)
  • Recording preparation (Preparing for studio audio or video recording)
  • Pre-production
  • Live performance workshop
  • Research and investigation (Research and detailed analysis)
  • Music industry career development (career in music)
  • Extended studies.

Areas of professional activity and employment specialty after receiving the Diploma (the list is also relevant for graduates of the bachelor’s department):

  • A & R coordinator (A & R coordinator)
  • A & R director (A & R director)
  • Accountant
  • Artist
  • Artist liaison (Communication with the artist)
  • Artists relations manager (Artist Manager)
  • Backline technician (Feedback Specialist)
  • Booking agent (Agent)
  • Brand manager
  • Business manager
  • Commercial band (Commercial group)
  • Cruise ship musician (musician of a cruise ship)
  • Distribution manager
  • Festival manager
  • Games composer (Computer games composer)
  • Instrument manufacturer (Instrument Making)
  • Label manager (label manager)
  • Lawyer (Lawyer)
  • Licensing representatives (Licensing Submission)
  • Lyricist
  • Marketing manager
  • Mastering engineer
  • Media analyst (Media analysis)
  • Merchandiser (Merchandiser)
  • Mixing engineer
  • Music blogger (music blogger)
  • Musical director (Music Director)
  • Music journalist
  • Music producer (Music Producer)
  • Music publisher (Music publisher)
  • Music sync editor
  • Music web designer (Music web designer)
  • Photographer
  • Press agent (Press Agent)
  • Private music tutor (Private Music Tutor)
  • Production manager
  • Production floor manager (Production Floor Manager)
  • Promoter (Promoter)
  • Promoter's representative
  • Publicist
  • Radio broadcaster (Broadcaster)
  • Recording engineer (recording engineer)
  • School music teacher (School music teacher)
  • Session musician (session musician)
  • Social media manager (social network manager)
  • Songwriter (Songwriting)
  • Sound designer (sound designer)
  • Sound engineer (sound engineer)
  • Stage manager (Director)
  • Systems technician
  • Tour manager
  • University tutor (University teacher)
  • Video director (Video Director).

Tuition for Diploma programs at BIMM - British & Irish Modern Music Institute Birmingham:

  • for citizens and residents of Britain and the European Union = 6950 £ / year
  • for international students = £ 12,450 / year.

Undergraduate Program

1. Age of participants: from 17 years

2. Length of study: 3 years (standard programs)

3. Start of classes: October, January, April

4. Level of English: IELTS 5.5-6.0

5. Level of education: graduation diploma (minimum 2 A-level subjects at level C or above, or BTEC equivalent to Level 3)

6. Language of instruction: English.

BIMM - The British & Irish Modern Music Institute Birmingham provides students from any country in the world with an opportunity to receive bachelor's degrees in various fields of music and art. For admission, you must have a high level of knowledge in subjects, have skills to play a certain musical instrument and speak English at a sufficient level. Applicants pass competitive selection and confirm their knowledge by documents and in the interview process.

Educational programs contain a set of subjects necessary for the full disclosure of aspects of the chosen specialty. The study is individualized - most of the time, students spend their time playing, creating and developing. A small number of people in groups allows teachers to pay maximum attention to each student. All specialists of the Institute are true professionals, recognized leaders in their fields. The school has a multifaceted system of support and development of career and professional skills, which helps students to take the first steps towards success. Each student of the institute finds his own unique style and sound, his own methods in work and development, each becomes an individual.

BIMM - The British & Irish Modern Music Institute Birmingham collaborates with a large number of companies and firms from the field of music and art. Master classes with invited specialists are constantly held, agents and managers of record companies attend classes and auditions - students have a real opportunity to show themselves. Upon successful completion of the full period of study, students receive a diploma and a bachelor's degree in the relevant field. Due to the quality of the educational system and wide effective support, graduates have great talents and competencies, easily find a job and realize their potential.

Undergraduate Programs at BIMM - British & Irish Modern Music Institute Birmingham:

  • Guitar (professional music playing) (Guitar, BA (hons) Professional musicianship)
  • Bass guitar (professional playing music) (Bass guitar, BA (hons) Professional musicianship)
  • Drums (professional music) (Drums, BA (hons) Professional musicianship)
  • Vocals (professional music) (Vocals, BA (hons) Professional musicianship)
  • Musical Production (BA (hons) Music production)
  • Songwriting (BA (hons) Songwriting)
  • Music Journalism (BA (hons) Music journalism)
  • Event Management (BA (hons) Event management)
  • Music business (Ba (hons) Music business).

Exemplary undergraduate curricula at BIMM - British & Irish Modern Music Institute Birmingham:

Programs: Guitar (professional playing music) (Guitar, BA (hons) Professional musicianship); Bass guitar (Bass guitar, BA (hons) Professional musicianship); Drums (Drums, BA (hons) Professional musicianship); Vocals (Vocals, BA (hons) Professional musicianship):

1. 1 course:

  • Essential styles
  • Applied business in music (Applied music business)
  • Artist development and entrepreneurship (artist development and entrepreneurship)
  • Techniques of the game (Techniques)
  • Work sessions (Live performance workshop)
  • Music theory and notation.

2. 2 course:

1) Main subjects:

  • Research methods (Research methods)
  • Professional musicians (Professional musicianship)
  • Cultural perspectives
  • Presentation in context (Presentation in context)
  • Applied music theory and thoughtful (critical) listening (Applied music theory and critical listening).

2) Optional:

  • Studio music (Studio musicianship)
  • Studio audio video recording (Studio recording)
  • Business studies in the field of music (Music business studies)
  • Publications in music (Music publishing).

3. 3 course:

1) Basic:

  • Professional project (Professional project)
  • Professional development (Professional Development)
  • Analytical perspectives
  • Ensemble performance (ensemble performance).

2) Optional:

  • Music Teacher: Practice (Music teaching practice)
  • Solo performance
  • Theory and analysis of music (Music theory and analysis)
  • Online music (Online music).

Musical Production (BA (hons) Music production):

1. Basic modules:

  • Theory of audio and acoustics
  • Computer music production, levels 1 and 2
  • Creative research in the field of sound
  • Studio engineering
  • Mix and Mix
  • Music business
  • Musical production in context
  • Music and sound for moving images
  • Studio sound production
  • Musical production: industry
  • Post Production: Audio
  • Special research project.

2. Optional:

  • Computer music performance
  • Live sound: production
  • Music design (computer)
  • Sound and music for games
  • Environment
  • Video and multimedia production.

Songwriting (BA (hons) Songwriting):

1. Basic modules:

  • Music business
  • Artist Development and Entrepreneurship
  • Songwriting techniques
  • Styles and genres
  • Workshops on live performance
  • Musical theory in practice
  • Research methods
  • Cultural perspectives
  • Writing talent for digital media
  • Music Publishing
  • Creative processes
  • Professional projects
  • Professional Development
  • Analytical perspectives
  • Commercial songwriting.

2. Electives:

  • Performance in context
  • Studio music
  • Studio recording
  • Applied music theory and criticism
  • Music teaching practice
  • Live performance in the musical group
  • Musical theory and analysis
  • Online music.

Music journalism (BA (hons) Music journalism):

1. 1 course:

  • Introduction to music journalism
  • Journalism techniques
  • Music business
  • Contextual journalism
  • Writing skills for the music industry
  • Music and digital media.

2. 2 course:

  • Research methods
  • Cultural perspectives
  • Relationship with industry
  • Artistic development and PR
  • Principles, ethics and law in music journalism
  • Digital media production.

3. 3 course:

  • Global communications
  • Creative entrepreneurship
  • Professional project
  • Professional Development
  • Analytical perspectives.

Event Management (BA (hons) Event management):

1. 1 course:

  • Concert / event promotion and tour management (Concert / event promotion & tour management)
  • Live sound: technology (Live sound technology)
  • Administration and entrepreneurship
  • Events: concept and design (Event concept & design)
  • Event management: introductory course (Introducing event management)
  • Business in the field of music (Music business).

2. 2 course:

  • Research Methods
  • Events and Interaction (Engaging with events (wbl))
  • Marketing and media resources (Marketing & media)
  • Events: audience (Events & the audience)
  • Events: logistics and service (Event logistics & services)
  • Events: Events in context.

3. 3 course:

  • Professional project
  • Professional development (Professional development)
  • Financial management and financing system (Financial management & funding)
  • Events: promotion and digital media resources (Event promotion & digital media)
  • Events and the environment.

Music business (Ba (hons) Music business):

1. 1 course:

  • Concert promotion and tour management (Concert / event promotion & tour management)
  • Live sound: technology (Live sound technology)
  • Administration and entrepreneurship
  • Introduction to digital music
  • Artist development and management (artist development and management)
  • Music business (Music business).

2. 2 course:

  • Research methods (Research methods)
  • Sound recording technology
  • Cultural perspectives
  • Marketing and media resources (Marketing & media)
  • Music publications (publishers) (Music publishing).

3. 3 course:

  • Professional project
  • Professional development (Professional development)
  • Analytical perspectives
  • The future of music (Music futures)
  • Music event management.

The tuition fee for undergraduate programs:

  • for citizens and residents of Britain and the European Union = 7650 £ / year
  • for international students = £ 13,350 / year.

The one-year Postgraduate course is offered to bachelor's degree holders who want to deepen their knowledge, acquire additional qualifications and increase their value in the international labor market.

Available specialties:

  • Popular Music Practice
  • Learning and Teaching in the Creative Industries.
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