Information about minimum entrance requirements as well as other information about BMus programmes can be found by visiting the university's Online Prospectus.
Following the submission of your UCAS form, there will be one of three outcomes:
An offer of a place (conditional or unconditional) may be made without the need to attend an audition or interview. In such cases, candidates are welcome to visit the department to find out more about the degree and to get a feel for the place.
- An offer of an audition/interview. Most auditions and interviews take place in January and February. If you have submitted your application by the UCAS deadline, but there is insufficient time to invite you in January, then you will be invited to audition towards the end of February. High competition for places means that offers will usually be made after the February auditions. Applications received after the deadline are not considered.
- Your application is rejected. You will be provided with feedback, which may include advice on steps to take before reapplying, if appropriate.