Resonance has now opened the doors for applications to study from September 2020.
The application process is similar to that for conservatoires: students need to apply direct via the Resonance website, not via UCAS.
All courses delivered at Resonance will be led by industry professionals and will focus on developing a broad range of skills needed by the sector.
Chief Executive David Barnard said everyone involved is excited to finally be able to think about students starting at the institute in 2020.
“Work on the building at Cable Plaza is ongoing and we are on course to get the keys back by Christmas,” he said.
“But now students can start applying to Resonance, and for that first cohort who attend next year, they will not only be a part of history, but will get a top-class education in the music industries.
“Students will have to apply via the Resonance website directly and fill out the form, similar to how you would apply to conservatoires. Once their application is received they will then be invited to the audition.
“This really is going to be a one-of-a-kind place to study music. Just thinking about students coming here and it being a hive of activity and learning is tremendous.”
We will also be holding a series of open days from January 19 next year. These open days will be a great way to understand what makes Resonance different from other providers and will give students the opportunity to see its amazing facilities and people.
Click here to book an open day.