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We are extremely proud to announce the opening of our newest campus, ACM Birmingham. Situated in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, ACM Birmingham is open for Diploma and Degree applications now.
As the UK’s second largest city, Birmingham is steeped in a rich musical history that more than befits the next generation of music industry professionals.
The new campus will sit alongside our existing London and Guildford locations, where we have been developing our inimitable brand of music industry education since 1995. Whether students choose to focus on Music Performance, Songwriting, Music Production, Technical Services or Business Management, we pride ourselves on delivering an immersive music industry education in which the highest quality of teaching and learning is matched with unparalleled student experiences. The multi-disciplinary nature of our courses mean that we represent a microcosm of the music industry, in which our students can work together and learn by doing.
Students may study at ACM Birmingham from September 2017 on Further and Higher Education courses at Diploma and Degree levels, reflecting the study options also available at our other campus locations.
We look forward to extending our tripartite commitment for our students’ academic, professional and personal development to our new Birmingham location, with our Industry Link (headed up by Ace of Skunk Anansie) and Artist Development (headed up by Kieron Pepper) departments helping to bridge the gap between what industry needs and what education has traditionally provided.
As with all ACM campuses, ACM Birmingham students will benefit from our unique partnership with Europe’s largest music recording complex, Metropolis Studios, giving them an access-all-areas pass to the creative powerhouse where over 50% of the UK Chart is mixed, mastered or recorded in any one year.
Our Executive Chairman Kainne Clements said:
“ACM has a long-standing reputation for innovation in the field of music education, and so we are very excited to open our newest campus in a city which not only has a rich music history, but like us, has made a steadfast commitment to innovation in music, creativity and technology for the years ahead.”
Following on from the long-established success of ACM Guildford and, more recently, ACM London, we can’t wait to find out which ACM Birmingham students will go on to sensational achievements in the music industry.
If you would like more information about our new campus or would like to know how to apply to study at ACM in September, please call our Admissions department on 01483 500 841.