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Topic: Futher Education.  (Read 1167 times)

Offline shas

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Futher Education.
on: September 30, 2004, 02:12:42 PM
Hey. A question probly only relevent to thos of you that are based in England.

I'm just finishing my A level in music and want to go on to university to study some form of music coures.

I'm thinking along the lines of somthing that speacialises more in compostition but I would prefer if it didn't eliminate too many other musical eliments.

I'm looking for recomendations for universitys and the best advice always comes from thos who have gone through the institutions themselfs. Thats where u guys come in.
I think that probly the royal assoiated schools might be a bit competative although it might be worth going for them anyway seeing as my course will be more theoreticaly based which is my stronger area.
anyway let me know what you all think.

Sharma Yelverton