Study Music in London
Why study music in London? London is the heart of the UK music scene and it has consistency produced and developed some of the worlds best musicians, bands and music. London is also gifted with wonderful music arenas (such as the O2 Arena or Albert hall) and theaters (many of them found in the West End of London) and London attracts many of the world’s best artists to perform. If your considering studying music, London should definitely be high on your short list of cities.
Music Courses in London
Unlike most cities in the UK London has 2 institutions that only provide courses and degrees in music; the Royal College of Music London and the Royal Academy of Music. Both of these colleges have a distinct history and date back over 130 years.
Music undergraduate degree courses are normally 3 years in length and you’ll end up with a Bachelor of Music or Bachelor of Arts degree. The fee costs vary from university to university, you’ll need to check with individual university for their latest fees.
The Best Music Courses
According to the latest Complete University Guide in 2013, for music London has 1 university in the top 10 best university in the UK and 6 universities in the top 30.
- 4th King’s College London
- 12th Royal Academy of Music down from 7th
- 16th Royal Holloway
- 19th Royal College of Music
- 25th Goldsmiths College
- 29th SOAS
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