Skip to main content

Leeds Futures - Music

Leeds Futures - Music is suitable for those studying for a BTEC or A Levels, they do not need to be studying music to attend but should have an interest and passion for music! Leeds Futures - Music will provide insights into the broad range of music programmes, such as Music with Enterprise; Music and Music Psychology; Music and Music Technology; or Music, Multimedia and Electronics.
Through a series of online sessions and a campus-visit, participants will take part in taster lectures, seminars and practical sessions which will reflect the curriculum offered at the University. They'll also meet current students and academics and find out all about life studying our Music programmes at Leeds, explore the career opportunities available to graduates and be supported until the point of submitting their UCAS application in Year 13.

Leeds Futures - Music programme for your calendar

We are still confirming the dates for next year but here are the type of sessions you can expect from the programme:

  • Online Welcome and Q&A with current students - Monday 18th March, 17.00-18.30
  • On-campus Taster Day - Wednesday 17th April, 10.15-15.20
    • Practical Workshop: African Diasporic Rhythm by Dr Sam Flynn
    • Interactive Seminar: Music Listening and Wellbeing by Dr Crissie Harney
  • Online Discovery Seminar- Tuesday 7th and Wednesday 8th May, 17.00-18.00
  • Online session - Choosing a course and university
    Explores the tools and methods available for prospective students to make informed decisions about their university and course options. The session will include a Q&A.
  • Online session - Student Finance
    An introduction to student finance including fees, loans and scholarships. The session will also cover tips on how to budget and what costs to expect at university. The session will include a Q&A.

Teachers: spread the word!

Download this PPT slide to promote Leeds Futures - Music to your students.

How do I apply?

Leeds Futures - Music

Applications are now closed for the 2024 programme.

You can find out more about how we use the data from your application in our privacy notice.