Prospective students interested in attending the Midland’s brand new state-of-the-art music institute still have time to apply - despite the UCAS deadline for university applications closing earlier this week.
Due to its unique nature of accepting applications directly, similar to conservatories, Resonance at Brierley Hill is still accepting applications from prospective students considering studying at the institute.
From September students will have the opportunity to study for undergraduate degrees in everything from popular music performance, production to composition and business.
Anyone who wants to apply can submit an application directly via the Resonance website (resonance-edu.org), which will accept forms until the end of August 2020.
Chief Executive David Barnard said everyone involved was excited to finally be able to think about students starting at Resonance later this year.
“Everything is really coming together now at Resonance and we’re excited to start showing students around as part of our open days next month.
“For the first cohort who attend this year, they will not only be a part of history but will also be getting a top-class education in the music industries.
“Those interested should apply via the Resonance website and once their application is received they will then be invited to the audition.”
A series of open days are being held over the coming months for prospective students who are still unsure about where to study.
“We’d encourage potential students to book onto one of our open days to truly understand what makes Resonance different from other providers and see the amazing facilities they could be studying in,” added David.
A full list of all open days can be found on the Resonance websites and for those wanting to attend then please fill in the booking form at resonance-edu.org/courses/open-days.
Places at Resonance, located in the Cable Plaza building on Brierley Hill’s The Waterfront, will be limited to ensure that students get the best teaching and practical experiences.