Pioneering online music degree set to launch

Paul Williams

What is being billed as the UK and Europe's first online music degree launches on Monday (December 2), backed by the founders of the Brighton Institute of Modern Music (BIMM).

The degree, which has been created by British company E-MU, will offer music students the chance to study for a full Bachelor of Arts (BA) in music for what the organisers say will be as little as £3,500 a year. The degrees cover guitar, songwriting and music management and will cost a ...

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