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, 65% were in graduate level work six months after graduation.
Jobs: Which jobs do they do?
2016 Music graduates went on to become:
- Cello Teacher
- Choral Scholar
- Church Organist
- Community Banker
- Communuications Officer
- Freelance Musician/Composer
- Gallery Attendant
- Music Rights Coordinator
- Orchestra Assistant
- Postgraduate Assaitant Teacher Of Music
- Recruitment Coordinator
- Senior Organ Scholar/Second Assistant Organist
- Teaching Assistant (Primary School)
- Theatre Technician
- Venue Manager
- Recreational Therapuetic Music
Discover what Music graduates from other universities went on to do. See the " What do graduates do" 2016 research.
Employers: Who do they work for?
2016 Music graduates worked with these employers:
- ACS Egham
- Askonas Holt
- Aurora Orchestra
- Bexhill College
- Blackburn Cathedral
- Brighton College
- Church Of England
- Citygate Church
- Cornwall Music Service Trust
- Freelance Musician
- Freelance Violin Teacher
- Mariana Coelho Dangerfield
- Parish Of Old St. Pancras
- Star Now
- The Catholic Trust Of England And Wales
- Wells Cathedral
Discover who Music graduates from other universities went on to work for. See the " What do graduates do" 2016 research.
Study: What do they study?
2016 Music graduates studied these courses:
- Advanced Musical Studies
- Consumption Culture Marketing
- Contemporary Ethics MA
- MMus Music
- Naturopathic Nutrition
- Opera Performance
- PGDip Speech And Language Therapy
Discover what Music graduates from other universities went on to study. See the " What do graduates do" 2016 research.
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