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This course focuses on the creative, historical, critical, technical and performative aspects of electronic and computer music, emphasising the many ways in which technology and musical practice influence each other. Read more
The Electroacoustic Composition/Sonic Art pathway invites you to help map out the next steps in Birmingham’s thirty year history as a world leader in the area of electroacoustic music composition and presentation. Read more
The MRes in the field of Creativity, Inclusivity and the Virtual is a one-year full-time research programme based in the College of Arts, exploring the potential of Extended Reality to enhance social inclusion within the creative, cultural and heritage economies. Read more
The MMus Sonic Arts is an opportunity to explore a wide range of creative approaches to studio-based music, including fixed-media composition, improvisation systems, sound art installation and composition for video/film. Read more
The Masters of Design (MDes) in Sound for the Moving Image offers the opportunity for postgraduate students to engage with the craft and creative practice of sound production and sound design applied to film, animation, television, new media, electronic games and visual art, as well as equipping students with the tools required to develop a research project within this field. Read more
The MSc by Research in Sound Design is aimed at those with considerable practical experience of sound design or have been established on the scenes of sonic art, electronic composition or sound design, but who wish to pursue further study, researching an area of these fields. Read more
If you want to take your musical knowledge to the highest level then our MMus is the place to start. The course will develop your technical, conceptual and critical skills, allowing you to specialise in performance, composition and/or musicology, guided by internationally-renowned staff and supported by stunning facilities. Read more
What kind of learning emerges from and with art practice, and how does such learning further impact upon arts practice? This reflexive question lies at the heart of the MPhil/PhD Art Practice & Learning. Read more