Why study Music?

A music degree is an incredibly diverse course, encompassing a variety of practical and academic approaches to the study of music. Whilst music may not have such a clearly-defined career pathway as some other degrees, the varied nature of the course enables students to develop highly-desirable skills in areas such as self-management, teamwork, problem-solving, and communication; all of which makes them an attractive prospective for potential employers. Rather than limiting your career prospects, a music degree opens doors to a wide range of careers both within and outside the arts. Studying Humanities at Oxford allows you look more broadly around you.

And take a look at the videos below for some examples of the opportunities a music degree has to offer.