Top educators on how to get a job in the music biz

Top educators on how to get a job in the music biz

Maria Thomas,
University Of Hertfordshire

“Many of our students do internships while they are studying and this often then leads to a role when they graduate. Having a team who are active in the industry and having a strong connection to our alumni means we often hear about opportunities before they are made public which can give our students an edge when applying for roles.”

Kevin Nixon,
Dime Group

“Dime students get the jobs by being the best applicants. What they learn at Dime gives them the ammunition to go and kill it - and they do! We take responsibility for the jobs-to-study ratio remaining true and real.”

Ewan Grant,
Notting Hill Academy Of Music

“The industry thrives on who you know and reputation. The contacts that we have allow us to recommend a student to a company that we feel they can add value to.

We would be more than happy for prospective students to discuss this with any of our alumni who have gained employment or have been signed because of the course.”

Dr Alex Timewell,
Leeds College Of Music

“The networking opportunities provided in the UK and abroad means that students can maximise their potential contacts for work and begin preparations for progressing their career long before they graduate.

Many of our students undertake internships with major labels and publishers, providing routes into established sectors of the music industry.

Others continue to develop their careers with organisations in their own locality or in the Leeds community. Some students take a leap of faith in themselves and establish their own businesses.”

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