Best Universities for Music
|Imperial College London||#20|
|University of Hertfordshire||#21|
|King's College London (KCL)||#22|
|University of Surrey||#23|
|University of Aberdeen||#25|
|University of Leeds||#27|
Accommodation in Bangor
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- Virtual open day on 10th Oct, 31st Oct & 20th Nov.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- The University is planning to gradually open up further socially distanced in-person on-campus teaching following the Easter break, from 12th April. This follows Welsh Government guidance regarding teaching and learning beyond Easter, with Universities being able to move toward blended learning for all students.
10 Music reviews at Bangor University
Music And Creative Studies, BA Hons
Half of my degree took place during corona, so it wasn't as inspiring as it usually would be. Some lecturers were fantastic, encouraging experimentation and innovative methods. Others were less good and a couple were pretty uninspiring. I loved how broad the assignments were as this allowed me to write about/create things I was genuinely interested in. I learned a lot of new skills, but some modules were better than others.
Music, BMus Hons
I have loved every minute of my course and have learnt so much about other subjects within music but also I've learnt quite a lot about myself as a musician. I'm more confident and I've experimented in other genres of music that I wouldn't have played before, I've been pushed out of my comfort zone enough to really enjoy myself
Music, BA Hons
I've met my personal tutor once and he's leaving this year so felt I've had little support. Some of the lecturers are very late on handing work back even though there is a set time for them to give it back.