The aim of the Music Department is to enable you to become a versatile and practical musician, able to write about and discuss aspects of music and be confident in using relevant ideas, theories and methodologies.
At the University of Wolverhampton, you are in the best place to start your musical career.
Draw your inspiration from the many well-known artists the region has produced; legendary rock vocalist and songwriter Robert Plant, jazz musician and member of our University Alumni Clare Teal, and solo artists Beverly Knight, Jamelia and Goldie are just a few of the household names to hail from the West Midlands.
The region is home to some of the most respected music venues in the country including the Civic and Wulfrun Halls, the NEC and the Birmingham Symphony Hall, and boasts a large number of small scale venues.
Our students have ample opportunity to display their talents, competing in national songwriting competitions, hosting annual Christmas concerts and performing at a range of venues including Birmingham's renowned Jamhouse, the Walsall Wheatsheaf and the University's Arena Theatre.
The Midlands has a vibrant music scene – by studying music at the University of Wolverhampton you'll be at the heart of it all.
We have a range of courses on offer: