JAMES ACCREDITATED COURSES
UNIVERSITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON
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School of Sport, Performing Arts and Leisure
Walsall Campus
Gorway Road
Walsall
WS1 3BD

tel: +44 (0) 1902 321 000
web: www.wlv.ac.uk
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ACCREDITED COURSES
BA (Hons) Music Technology

A Short Course Description
The BA (Hons) Music Technology is aimed at aspiring, creative users and developers of audio technologies. The course offers a unique insight into the expanded field of music technology, giving you a blend of creative practice in music with a technical perspective critical for success within the rapidly developing music events business. This course stimulates your innate love of music, music production and music technologies, explores and identifies what music is, what music does, and what music means and provides a structured approach to your career progression as technologist, producer, performer, composer, teacher or academic.
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About the University of Wolverhampton
• In 2013, the University of Wolverhampton is celebrating 21 years since gaining university status, although its roots go back 170 years - www.wlv.ac.uk/21proud
• Based at campuses in Wolverhampton, Walsall and Telford and educations centres in Burton and Birmingham City Centre, the University has 23,000 students and 2,400 staff. In addition, the University of Wolverhampton Science Park is home to tenant businesses and supports the development of innovative companies
• The University welcomes students from around the world and has regional offices in China, Malaysia, India, Oman, Nigeria and Cyprus. It has a branch campus in Mauritius and courses are also delivered with global partners in China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, India, Sri Lanka, Russia, France and Cyprus
• It is investing £45 million over the next two years to redevelop its campuses in Wolverhampton city centre. This includes a new £25 million Science facility and a new £15 million University of Wolverhampton Business School building.
• The institution’s excellent teaching and learning provision, which spans sciences, creative and performing arts, education, business and management, health and wellbeing, engineering and technology, law and social sciences, ensures 85% of graduates find employment
• The University is the lead partner in the Knowledge Exchange and Enterprise Network (KEEN), a business growth programme for West Midlands small to medium sized enterprises, part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)
• Of the 11 subject areas entered in the Research Assessment Exercise (RAE 2008), eight had elements graded as world leading and all subjects had elements graded as internationally excellent.