Ten reasons to study at our School of Performance
- Learn from the experts - professional, industry-connected leading academics and visiting tutors
- Make connections - in the music, theatre and creative industries, and explore options in other sectors
- Work and live in Cambridge - a safe and vibrant student city and one of the UK's top creative hotspots*
- Get experience - through work experience, internships, and collaborations
- Benefit from a full University experience - get support and advice from study skills to well-being
- Graduate job ready - with a background in performance and production and the experience and key skills needed for the future of jobs
- Get noticed - showcase your talents at shows on-campus and off-campus at venues like the Mumford Theatre and Cambridge Junction
- Develop a broad skill set - including employability and entrepreneurialism
- Collaborate and innovate - work with other students and lecturers
- Hone your skills - with our industry-standard equipment and purpose-built facilities, and individual instrumental or vocal tuition
- Broaden your horizon - with modules from other subjects and study abroad opportunities
*NESTA Creative Clusters and Innovation report 2010
Why study our subjects?
Trumpet virtuoso Alison Balsom explains how a Music degree was fundamental to her career and talks about the importance of music education to society.
Source: NAMHE (National Association for Music in Higher Education).