1 year (Foundation) + 3 years (undergraduate degree).
This is a four-year degree at Goldsmiths. If you successfully achieve the progression requirements of the foundation year, you can continue with the full-time three-year BMus/BSc Electronic Music, Computing and Technology.
Why study Integrated Degree in Electronic Music Computing and Technology (including Foundation Year)
- In this course, you'll work towards creating your own tools for music-making, developing your own digital musical instruments, building interactive installations, composing or working in sound design
- This interdisciplinary programme provides the opportunity to build these skills and will prepare you for university life and to study our BMus/BSc Electronic Music, Computing and Technology
- You'll develop a range of interdisciplinary and academic skills in music and computing
- As well as developing your own musical practice in composition, you'll learn key skills in computing
- With the help of personal and one-to-one tuition, you'll develop essential knowledge in areas such as mathematics and programming, creative musical skills, and academic skills such as essay writing, setting you up for success in your undergraduate degree
- You'll have the chance to make and explore different styles of music with students across the Department of Music. Styles are varied and include laptop ensembles, instrumental ensembles, open mic nights, gamelan, mbira and improvising groups.
- You'll also have the opportunity to perform at open mics, student-run showcase and PureGold, our annual music festival that celebrates music created and performed at Goldsmiths.
- Studying in New Cross means you'll be within easy reach of South East London's many venues during your time with us, as well as those across the capital.