HOW TO APPLY
Applications to Resonance are DIRECT, not via UCAS or any other intermediary or agency. Our priority is to provide a high-quality admissions experience, offering a bespoke application process to ensure you receive personalised guidance and support. Applying direct does not prevent you from registering with other providers via UCAS.
To apply, please go to the appropriate course page:
followed by the tab HOW TO APPLY.
Click APPLY NOW to start the application process. This will take you to an online form provided by our validating partner Solent University. Instructions on how to complete the applications form are available here. Should you wish to apply for more than one course, you will need to complete a separate application via each course page. You do not need to remember any UCAS course codes; the application form takes care of this for you automatically.
Your application to Resonance is not restricted by UCAS deadlines. You can apply at any time between now and the end of August 2020.
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 have any problems whatsoever, 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 course: 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.