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What do Music graduates do?

Learning about what Music graduates have gone on to do can be a great way of coming up with ideas for your own career.


Of Music graduates in full time work, 75% were in graduate level work six months after graduation. 

Jobs: Which jobs do they do?

2015 Music graduates went on to become:

  • Business and related associate professionals 
  • Business sales executives
  • Educational support assistants
  • Management consultants and business analysts
  • Marketing associate professionals
  • Musicians
  • Sales accounts and business development managers
  • Secondary education teaching professionals
  • Teaching and other educational professionals 
  • Teaching assistants


Discover what Music graduates from other universities went on to do. See the "What do graduates do" 2015 research.

Employers: Who do they work for?

2015 Music graduates worked with these employers:

  • BC Strategy UK
  • British Army
  • Department of Health
  • Freelance Musician
  • Gekko
  • Gordon's School
  • Hachinohe Board of Education
  • Highgate School
  • IMD Fastrax
  • New Egham Singers
  • The Sixteen Ltd
  • Trinity Laban
  • Wooshii


Discover who Music graduates from other universities went on to work for. See the "What do graduates do" 2015 research.

Study: What do they study?

2015 Music graduates studied these courses:

  • MA Music
  • MA Musical Theatre
  • MMus Advanced Musical Studies
  • Mmus Drums and Precussion
  • MMus in Composition
  • MMUS in Music
  • PhD in Music Theory


Discover what Music graduates from other universities went on to study. See the "What do graduates do" 2015 research.

Advice and information on further study


Explore your options

Music resources


Jobs & internships for Music students

 * Destinations data is based on the 2014/15 DLHE survey



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