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Music and Media

Along with the freedom to develop original ideas of your own, at Bangor, structured support will enable you to find fresh imaginative approaches and prepare you for sustainable, professional practice in the modern workplace.

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Do you want to study in a vibrant, friendly, supportive and professional learning environment? At Bangor University we specialise in a wide range of creative arts including: music, film, media and digital communication, performance studies, creative and media practice, game design and production, professional writing and journalism.

From August 1st 2021, Music, Drama and Performance forms a key part of the School of Arts, Culture and Language, a new academic structure within Bangor University.

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Subject Areas

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Our Research

Our research-active staff members follow a wide range of research interests in musicology, composition, performance. digital culture, media and persuasive communication and creative theory and practice (practice-as-research).

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Join us on one of our Virtual Open Days - it's the best way to learn more about Bangor University and ask any questions you may have.

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Your experience as a student

You'll find a supportive community, an active social life and a location like no other.

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If you have any questions or want to know more about any of our courses, please don't hesitate to contact us..

Music and Media, Bangor University, College Road, Bangor, LL57 2DG

  +44 (0)1248 382181



Music and Media is part of the College of Arts and Humanities and Business.

Our College brings together a range of related academic disciplines in six Academic Schools to deliver courses and research of the highest quality and is also home to the English Language Centre for Overseas Students (ELCOS), providing English language courses and study skills for international students at Bangor University.

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