What is Tileyard?
Exclusive opportunities for ICMP students
ICMP’s exclusive partnership with Tileyard provides our students with unique opportunities to study in and engage with an immersive industry environment, building their networks amongst some of the music industry’s biggest names. It connects the real world of the music industry directly to our educational provision, providing a range of bespoke opportunities for the development of your careers.
These opportunities include:
- Major project workshops with Tileyard Music A&R
- Student access to regular Tileyard events including networking and performance opportunities
- Professional e-mentoring schemes
- Bespoke end-of-year live showcase events held at Tileyard
- Access to state of the art studios, technology, writing rooms and other learning facilities
A personalised approach to developing your career
Whatever course you choose at ICMP, you will have opportunities to benefit from our partnership with Tileyard, London's most exciting collaboration of creative minds. We recognise that each and every ICMP student is different, so you need access to a wide variety of personalised support and inspiration.
The Tileyard philosophy is to provide an environment in which creative clients can thrive, and our collaboration will continue to open-up multiple new opportunities for each of our learners. You will be energised by being part of a like-minded creative community, or by using state of the art equipment. You will be supported by your own professional e-mentor in your final year, helping to bring out your very best, and you will learn how to build the right kind of industry connections is your thing.
And of course, our Tileyard partnership is just one element of the comprehensive support and guidance we provide through our industry Hub , ensuring that ICMP students have access to the very best career guidance, support, opportunities and networks
*Actually, ICMP graduates do really well in terms of their employment and creative development post-graduation. We already perform above benchmark for the creative sector for employability, with 94% of our graduates in employment or further education 6 months after graduating† and they earn an average salary of £24k , which is £5,000 higher than other UK music students.††
† Destinations of Leavers from HE (DLHE) Survey - UK domiciled undergraduate leavers 2016/17 | †† DLHE 2017