Press Release: What with the cuts to student loans and the current global economic meltdown, it costs £9,000 a year to go to university, not including accommodation. It may interest you to know that you can now qualify entirely online, and at less than half the price. Study for a degree with Point Blank Online for £3,500 per year: less than half what you’d pay at a ‘normal’ uni.
Equivalent to two years of a BA (hons), Point Blank’s brand new Dip HE in Music Production and Business gives students the chance to benefit from the practical music industry expertise and innovative teaching methods that Point Blank is known for, whilst also achieving an internationally recognised Higher Education qualification awarded by Middlesex University. If you prefer, you can study for one year only and still get a Cert HE, equivalent to one year of a degree.
Using pioneering teaching methods including interactive live broadcasting to small classrooms made up of students from all over the world and DVR (personally recorded video feedback from your tutor on your assignments), you will be taking part in a creative global community with all the interaction and communication you would expect from a cutting edge multi-media company. The program takes you from the basics of music production through to highly advanced techniques using Logic and other software such as Ableton Live. Modules on Sound Design, Production Analysis, Mixing, Mastering, Remixing plus working with Sound to Picture (AV) complete your skills as a producer. You’ll also learn key business skills and acquire industry contacts to help you launch your career in music. The Dip HE is taken entirely online so you do not need to be in the UK to attend. It is worth 240 HE recognised credits (subject to validation).
The year starts on September 24th 2012 and places are strictly limited so if you’re interested, don’t leave it too late.
For more details go to: www.pointblankonline.net/courses/degree-level-programs.php
For further information please email David Reid: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +44 (0)207 729 4884.