Music is common language. A favourite song or instrumental piece of music can recall memories that were long forgotten. At all levels, Music is an exciting and personally satisfying subject to study. In addition, it is a useful qualification that teaches and develops many of the skills that are required for life in the modern world.
Careers directly associated with the study of Music include performing, arts administration, teaching, sound engineering, film and television work, composing and online content creating.
By studying Music, you will develop other essential skills such as patience, commitment, taking ownership of your own learning, leadership, self-motivation, resilience, perseverance, an openness to new ideas and skills in working with others. Through a variety of activities, you will enjoy opportunities to be creative, collaborate with others and perform on your chosen instruments.