The BMus (Hons) Popular Music degree at the University of Wolverhampton prepares you for a career in the music industry.
A popular music degree opens the door to a fulfilling and varied career that enables you to follow your interests and talents. Performing professionally as a solo artist, a member of a band or as a session player is a natural progression for many students. Careers as a songwriter, arranger, transcriber, programmer, instrumental teacher or musical director are other pathways you can pursue as a graduate. A sustained career in popular music however, will most often be a portfolio of these roles and a degree in popular music from the University of Wolverhampton will provide you with the range of skills you need for an established career in a field that you already love.
You will engage with a range of workshops, lectures and seminars that develop instrumental skills, performance and stagecraft, songwriting and music production. An experienced staff of performers, composers and producers will encourage and stimulate your interest and passion for popular music and will help sharpen your musical development over three years of study.
If you choose to study at popular music at the University of Wolverhampton you will receive one-to-one instrumental tuition as part of your course and you can see some of our acclaimed tutors below.
Meet our Guitar Tutor - Mike Holt
Meet our Drum Tutor - Neil Bullock
Meet our Vocal Tutor - Genervieve Sylva
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Can't decide which course you love the most? Why not look at our joint options... BA (Hons) Music Technology and Popular Music.