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A Day in the Life of an ACM Student: Songwriting

12 Dec 2019

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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 writing sessions and rehearsals with friends and bandmates; get involved in other extracurricular activities, such as Industry Link gigs; 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 practice session in on-campus practice room

10am: Songcraft Workshop

12pm: Break

12.45: Live Performance for Songwriters Practical Session

2.45: One-to-one Tutorial

3.15: Music Industry Studies Lecture

4.15: Break

4.30: Elective Module Class

6pm: Break, study session

7 – 10pm: Band rehearsal / Extracurricular activities

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