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Taught by the Department of Music and the Management School, our programme allows you to specialise in your areas of interest while gaining insight into the principles and strategies of management across the creative industries. It’s suitable for those looking to launch a management career in the music industry and for music creators wishing to enhance their prospects of success. As the music industries are rapidly changing, private and public sector organisations are looking for graduates who can bring a high degree of flexibility and critical insight, which are transferable skills that are taught throughout the programme.
Sheffield is a city with a thriving music and cultural scene, so practical work is embedded within the course to allow students to gain skills
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You'll need a 2:1 in music or a combined degree with a substantial music component.
Degrees in other related subjects may be acceptable depending on your background.
English language requirements:
Overall IELTS score of 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each component, or equivalent.
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I had been coming to Sheffield to stay with family friends since I was 4 so the city was not new to me. I had also completed a fortnight of work experience at Music in the Round the year before so I had got to know the city and its music scene a little better. When I attended the open day for Masters courses, I felt really welcome, thought the course sounded really interesting and I could see myself there 6 months later studying the Music Management Masters.
What opportunities did you get involved with?
I opened up communications again with Music in the Round and occasionally helped out at concerts and events. I also volunteered in the office an afternoon a week for a few months until my workload drastically increased. Because of this, I was able to focus my dissertation on the benefits of the Learning & Participation programme of MitR.
How did the course help you with your career and ambitions?
The course gave me experience of dealing first-hand with arts organisations and an insight into how they run, I in particularly enjoyed the Marketing modules. It was really inspiring being taught by people who were able to share their own professional experiences with us and network. I was able to set up a week’s work experience at Manchester Camerata through one of the Trustees as she was a lecturer in one of my modules. It also increased my love for the city of Sheffield as I returned to work there a few months later and have been here since February 2017. It also gave me the chance to develop as a person and I am a lot more confident than when I started.
What are projects are doing at the moment?
I am currently working for the Diocese of Sheffield as a Development Worker. I have four churches in Sheffield where I do administration and development. I have done a lot of fundraising for various projects of all sizes. In January this year, I started a concert series at St Matthew’s Carver Street, called Sounds of the City. Each concert is 45-minutes worth of music from local musicians with coffee and pastries. We have held two concerts which have attracted attention on Radio 3 and the Yorkshire Post and had programmed until September, but have had to postpone due to Coronavirus.
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