It’s not too late to switch to a creative course for this September. If you are somebody who is looking to explore your creative options, then why not come along to our Open Evening taking place on Wednesday 30th August at either 6pm or 7pm?
Perhaps you didn’t get the GCSEs you were hoping for? We offer flexible entry and are committed to finding you a course which meets your needs – we offer options at Levels 1, 2 and 3.
The creative industries are one of the fastest growing sectors of the UK economy and our course offer is growing to reflect this. For 2017 we are offering new courses in Games Design and Digital Media on top of our well-established music offer.
The Open Evening will consist of presentations, tours of the facilities and the chance to ask staff and students questions. There will also be the opportunity to apply.
The event takes place in Birmingham, Bristol, Lincoln, London (Shoreditch), Manchester, Norwich and York. You will need to book onto a session starting at either 6pm or 7pm. Each session will last around one hour.
Watch the Access To Music Manchester video:
Access to Music Manchester is the place for anyone looking for creative courses in Greater Manchester.
Our music centre is located in the heart of the city, close to Oxford Road station and the central library. It boasts purpose-built facilities in an exciting and colourful architect-designed space, with five rehearsal rooms, a full-size recording studio, spacious class rooms and a dedicated performance space with a capacity of 100 people.
Our media centre is located in Chorlton Mills just off Oxford Road on Hulme Street. This offers a dedicated space for media students.
At the music site you will be developing your musical skills in a site steeped in the history of the Manchester music scene. Previous incarnations of the building have included the Music Box, Jilly’s Rockworld, Rafters and Fagins venues, which have seen performances from the likes of Depeche Mode, Joy Division, The Fall, Sade and Scott Walker over the years. The site was also used as a location during the production of the iconic film 24 Hour Party People.
Find out more in our official Manchester launch video which features Clint Boon from the Inspiral Carpets and Mike Joyce from The Smiths: