HOW TO APPLY
Applications to Resonance are via UCAS, and our degree courses can be added as one of, or as several of, your UCAS choices when completing your application.
To apply, please go to the appropriate course page:
Popular Music Performance
Popular Music Performance and Production
Popular Music Production
followed by the tab HOW TO APPLY.
Click APPLY NOW to start the application process. This will take you to the relevant course page on the UCAS website, where you can complete your application.
Click here for instructions on how to add a Resonance Degree Course as a UCAS choice.
Once your application has been received, you will be invited to attend Open Days, an audition and other opportunities. Specific details will be sent at this stage.
If you would like to apply for more than one Resonance course, please add each one as an option on your UCAS application.
Ideally, your application should reach UCAS by the 26 January. Early application is advised for the most popular subject areas. Late applications may be made until the end of June. Applications can be made after the June deadline through the UCAS Clearing system.
If you have any problems, please contact email@example.com.
Resonance is committed to supporting applicants from a wide variety of backgrounds. To reflect this, our admissions policy focuses on performance at audition/interview rather than on academic qualifications alone.
The audition process for all applicants aged 18 and over is designed to reveal your current and potential abilities, and to assess your suitability for the chosen course, and beyond that the profession as a whole.
The audition will comprise:
- For performers: an individual performance consisting of two contrasting pieces, followed by a discussion about the music performed
- For applicants to the Digital Music or Production courses: examples of your work, e.g. compositions, productions, mixes, loops, folio sound effects, etc.
- For applicants to the Music Business course: examples of your BTEC or A’ level work, followed by a discussion about your business interests and ambition
- In all cases: a 1-2-1 discussion about your personal statement and your career aspirations.