A Day in the Life of an ACM Student: Production

10 Dec 2019

This post was written more than two years ago. The content or information below may no longer be accurate.

At ACM, every day of the week is different. You could attend a lecture, seminar, workshop, or practical session covering the modules you’ve been assigned for that term; book a one-to-one tutorial, in which you can discuss your personal goals and issues with a tutor of your choice; take part in private production sessions with your own collaborators in a pre-booked ACM studio; get involved in extracurricular activities, such as visits to Metropolis Studios; and much more. Below is just one example of the many possible schedules you might consider over the course of a single day at ACM.

9am: Individual study session

10am: Studio Recording Technique Seminar

12pm: Break

12.45: Media Composition Skills Workshop

2.45: One-to-one Tutorial

3.15: Music Information Technology Workshop

4.15: Break

4.30: Elective Module Class

6pm: Break, study session

7 – 10pm: Personal production session in ACM studio (pre-booked)

If you have a passion for the creative industries, join ACM in its state-of-the-art facilities by learning more at an ACM Open Day – register on our Open Days page.

Open Days