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Pre-University Music & Sound

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Course Content

M u s i c P e r f o r m a n c e & P r o d u c t i o n
  • Music Industry Studies
  • Music Theory and Practice
  • Communications
  • Work Experience
  • Music Performance
  • Event Production
  • Irish Music
  • Musicianship
  • Music Technology

Course Description

The Music Performance & Production course has been designed to prepare learners for opportunities in in the Music Industry. This is achieved by providing learners with essential music theory, an introduction to recording skills, music practice, event production and a broad insight into the Music Industry.

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Career Opportunities

Following the successful completion of the Pre-University Teaching programme, you may progress to a degree which can lead to a career in:

Music Producer | Recording Engineer | Artist Manager | Tour Manager | Booking Agent | Music Publicist | Composer | Radio broadcaster/engineer | Podcaster | Music Arranger | Performer | Teacher

Statistics

The average pay for a musician is €58,690 per annum Wages may be earned per hour or through royalties paid for composition or performance

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Progression to degrees

DkIT | Music | Level 8
DkIT | Audio & Music Production | Level 8
DCU | Jazz & Contemporary Music Performance | Level 8
Maynooth University | Music | Level 8
TUD | Music | Level 8

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Fees For The Academic Year 2024 – 2025

All courses have a Deposit of €30 (non-refundable).

Registration fee €70.

Total Fees – €100

To secure your place you must pay a registration fee of €100 of which €70 is refundable to you should you decide not to take your place in September 2024. Essential course materials may be required for some courses, the cost of which will be borne by the student.

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PAST STUDENT TESTIMONIALS

I chose to study Pre-Uni Teaching as there is a lot of variety of modules and different career paths to decide from. I loved the choice of modules such as Law, Psychology, English, Journalism etc. The teachers were a huge help, they were there every step of the way. The colege facilities were great and it was easy to get to the college on public transport if you are travelling from outside Dundalk. This course has given me the opportunity to progress on to university and continue studying something I enjoy.

Chloe Whelan 2022