Higher Education Courses
All Higher Education students who wish to join BIMM London will need to submit an application through UCAS using the appropriate UCAS Code which can be found on the course or Fees and Scholarship pages of this website or in a copy of the BIMM London Prospectus. Once your application has been received we’ll either invite you in for an audition and assessment or, if you clearly meet the entry criteria for the course you’ve selected, we’ll offer you a place.
When applying for a BIMM London course through UCAS you’ll need to enter our Institution Code – B39.
Performance-Based Courses: Guitar, Bass, Drums, Vocals and Songwriting
If you’re applying to BIMM for one of our performance-based courses and are a UK-based student, we’ll expect you to attend BIMM for an audition and assessment. If you wish to visit us and be assessed before you submit your UCAS application, this can be arranged by either contacting our Admissions Team directly on 0208 749 3131, emailing email@example.com or filling in the ‘Apply Today’ form.
Music Business, Music Journalism and Music Event Management Courses
For courses which don’t involve a practical performance element we’ll generally be able to make you an offer based on your UCAS application. We’ll take into consideration your existing or expected qualifications and the strength of your personal statement and reference.
Music Production Courses
For Music Production you should also apply through UCAS. You’ll be required to submit a digital portfolio, information on how to submit your portfolio can be found here.
If you wish to visit us and be assessed before you submit your UCAS application, this can be arranged by either contacting our Admissions Team directly on 0208 749 3131, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or filling in the ‘Apply Today’ form.
A personal statement must be included with your UCAS application. There’s a video guide to writing a personal statement on the UCAS website. Using a maximum of 4,000 characters, please write your statement as a Word document so that you can check your spelling and grammar, and then simply copy and paste it into the Personal Statement section on your UCAS application. Please use paragraphs in your statement as this makes it clearer to read and we advise that you keep a copy it for future reference.
We’ve put together some handy guides to help you with your application, view BIMM’s UCAS Application Guides here.
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