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Study music in the UK

An in-depth guide to studying music in the UK as an international student

What types of music degrees can you study in the UK?

Top music programs in the UK

What are the top Music Undergraduate programs in the UK?

Bachelor's in music in the UK

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    Music with Jazz Studies - BMus University of Chichester, UK

    Program type
    Bachelor's
    Duration
    3 years
    Annual tuition fee
    18,585 USD

    Fee in university's local currency 13,500 GBP

    Start date
    September
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    Creative and Commercial Music - BMus University of Suffolk, UK

    Program type
    Bachelor's
    Duration
    3 years
    Annual tuition fee
    16,231 USD

    Fee in university's local currency 11,790 GBP

    Start date
    September
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    Irish with Music - BA (Hons) Ulster University, UK

    Program type
    Bachelor's
    Duration
    3 years
    Annual tuition fee
    19,934 USD

    Fee in university's local currency 14,480 GBP

    Start date
    September
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    Media, Music and Sound - BA (Hons) Edge Hill University, UK

    Program type
    Bachelor's
    Duration
    3 years
    Annual tuition fee
    16,864 USD

    Fee in university's local currency 12,250 GBP

    Start date
    September
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    Music - BMus University of Hull, UK

    Program type
    Bachelor's
    Duration
    3 years
    Annual tuition fee
    19,273 USD

    Fee in university's local currency 14,000 GBP

    Start date
    September
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What are the top Music Graduate programs in the UK?

Master's in music in the UK

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    Community Music - MMus York St John University, UK

    Program type
    Master's
    Duration
    1 year
    Annual tuition fee
    17,552 USD

    Fee in university's local currency 12,750 GBP

    Start date
    September
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    Music Industry Innovation and Enterprise (Platform One or Waterbear) - MMus University of Chichester, UK

    Program type
    Master's
    Duration
    1 year
    Annual tuition fee
    18,723 USD

    Fee in university's local currency 13,600 GBP

    Start date
    September
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    Music (Musicology, Composition, Performance, Technology) - MMus University of Hull, UK

    Program type
    Master's
    Duration
    1 year
    Annual tuition fee
    19,273 USD

    Fee in university's local currency 14,000 GBP

    Start date
    January, September
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Doctorate in music in the UK

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    Dance, Theatre and Music - PhD University of Chichester, UK

    Program type
    Doctorate
    Duration
    3 years
    Annual tuition fee
    19,204 USD

    Fee in university's local currency 13,950 GBP

    Start date
    September
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Student reviews for music in the UK

  • Finn Wilhelm
    United States
    Overall experience 3 stars
    Academic
    3 stars
    University social
    3 stars
    Accommodation
    5 stars
    University facilities
    5 stars
    University of Chichester Music
    Tell us about studying music in the UK
    I also picked Chichester because the tuition was reasonable. I did think that I would have more lecturers, more class time, and more contact time. I did feel that I had to do a lot more on my own, to learn as well as make friends.
  • Linnea Tähtinen
    Finland
    Overall experience 4 stars
    Academic
    4 stars
    University social
    3 stars
    Accommodation
    3 stars
    University facilities
    4 stars
    University of Chichester Music
    Tell us about studying music in the UK
    Very good lecturers, I like that everyone is friendly and not too formal because it's easy to speak to people. The course is very expensive compared to what other universities offer for the same price.
  • Jessica Plummer
    United States
    Overall experience 5 stars
    Academic
    5 stars
    University social
    5 stars
    Accommodation
    4 stars
    University facilities
    5 stars
    University of Chichester Music
    Tell us about studying music in the UK
    I study Music and Musical Theater and I love it. I take jazz, tap, and ballet dance classes, I get private voice lessons, two acting classes a week, and a lot more.
  • Neleigh Olson
    United States
    Overall experience 4 stars
    Academic
    5 stars
    University social
    4 stars
    Accommodation
    5 stars
    University facilities
    4 stars
    Liverpool Hope University Music
    Tell us about studying music in the UK
    My coursework was challenging, fascinating, and very engaging. Courses and lectures were well organized and taught me how to engage with complex topics in a digestible manner that informed the way I approached my own academic work. I felt very lucky to have been taught by researchers who were at the top of their field and found their presence invaluable to my experience. The modules were put together in a way that aided my understanding of my subject as a whole. As Popular music studies is very interdisciplinary, this was enormously helpful and definitely contributed to my success in the programme. There was some very unfortunate interference by school politics and management that left me without many of the resources and support that I expected upon entering the programme, and while the lecture staff maintained a professional learning environment and provided me with excellent instruction, it was clear that the university didn't value my programme and indeed, left me and my class without support. While the lecturers performed exceptionally well to provide me with the education I committed my time and money toward, I was very disappointed (as an international student especially) in the way that the university management handled (and effectively dissolved) my programme and dismissed the value of my time and education.