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Sound & Music

All 16-18 year-old students at City of Westminster College will follow a full-time Study Programme. Here Craig Hanlon-Smith, Deputy Director of 16-18 Programmes explains what that means.

Sound and Music offer a range of courses, whether your goal is to produce music, record music or to work in live sound. Topics may include Live Sound, Composition, Music Business, Professional Development, Listening Skills, Music Technology, Sound for Film, Sound for Post-production, Sound for Theatre Recording and Production Techniques.

We have a range of levels available and our aim is to help you to achieve your career aspirations by ensuring you are able to solve problems creatively and confidentially by the time you leave the College, whether that be to continue on to Higher Education or into employment.

Employability skills are embedded into all of our courses and we will support you in applying for further study or employment. The College benefits from partnerships with companies meaning students have the opportunities to gain both individual work experience as well as group project work. Recent projects have included collaboration with Media students (bringing together sound and moving image), live sound operation for Award Ceremonies and an in-house music festival with invited live bands.

Our College facilities include a 24-track recording studio (analogue & digital), a full recording suite with individual hardware workstations and mixers, and a Mac music production suite with Pro-Tools and Logic Pro. You will be taught by an experienced team with industry experience.

Please click the course links below for more information on Sound & Music courses at City of Westminster College. Apply for any of these courses by clicking the APPLY button on the course page.


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 Higher Education Courses




 Short Courses