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JAMES reaccreditation of Audio and Music Technology

Published: 9 March 2018 at 10:52

We're proud to announce the third successful JAMES accreditation of our Audio and Music Technology degree course.

Course leader Dr Stephen Oxnard said:

"It is hugely encouraging to receive recognition from the industry’s accrediting body. This outcome is a reflection not only of our efforts as an institution but also of the commitment and calibre of our students, past and present. Accreditation represents an invaluable metric by which students and employers can gauge the quality and relevance of courses in a holistic sense, above and beyond academic rigour. We are thrilled to be endorsed by JAMES."

Since receiving our first cohort of aspiring audio technologists back in 1995, the course has gone from strength to strength, receiving its first JAMES accreditation in 2011. Course alumni can be found in a range of jobs including acousticians, sound engineers, hardware designers, lecturers, and technicians.

If you're interested in studying audio and music technology, we recommend coming along to an Open Day. It's a chance to see first-hand the benefits of studying at ARU.

Visit the Audio and Music Technology course page to read more about entry requirements.

Information on JAMES is available at www.jamesonline.org.uk