Not only do we open the doors to the music industry, but we also offer a friendly and welcoming place for you to discover who you really are.
Life at BIMM is about becoming part of something bigger than just your own personal journey. The friends you make at BIMM will last you a lifetime, and the connections you make will jump-start your future career. The BIMM community is somewhere you can find out who you really are, unleash your creative talents, and carve out your place in the world.
We believe there is be more to education than just lectures and assignments. That’s why we constantly bridge the gap between learning and experiencing. This is a place that offers so many opportunities, and everything is here for the taking.
You can enrich your passion with our range of Masterclasses, one-to-one tutorials, optional modules and extracurricular activities. Join one of our student association clubs or broaden your experience with our festival work experience programme.
If you ever need a hand with anything (whether it’s taking care of your well-being, housing advice, learning support or just adjusting to life away from home), our Student Support team is always on hand to give you the advice and guidance you need.
Our extracurricular activities complement your main studies, provide you with new skills and help you become who you were always meant to be.Enrich Your Passion
We understand that sometimes you might want a helping hand. That’s why our friendly and fantastic support network is here should you ever need it.Lean on Us
Not all of our activities link to your course. That’s because we understand how beneficial it is to have experiences outside of the curriculum. They can help your well-being and growth as a person.
With our Student Association, you’ll find student-led activities that provide a fantastic way for you to meet new and motivating people, gain valuable life skills and build your own BIMM experience.
My BIMM experience
Many of our students have got stuck into the BIMM way of life and experienced working in the industry before the ink’s dried on their certificate.
Check out how students have found the BIMM experience so far – and what tips they have for when you join us. BA (Hons) Events Management graduate, Ells Sivakumaran, gives her advice on how best to settle in and build confidence.
Read Student Tips on the BIMM Blog
BA (Hons) Events Management graduate, Ells, lets you in how to use our various resources to your advantage.
Starting university is often the most daunting challenge we face at the start of our adult life. Beginning a new course and moving to a new city is intimidating at first but there are a few steps you can take to transition a little easier. Then, like me, you’ll graduate and look back fondly on the craziness of Semester 1 at BIMM Institute. Here are my seven tips for settling in straight away.
As you’re making your way through the first few weeks of term, it’s a great time to settle into a routine with classes. The start of the year can be a whirlwind as there’s a lot to take in. Now you’ve hopefully got to grips with your timetable, here are some tips to help you get the most out of lessons.