It’s not too late to apply to study at ICMP this September via UCAS. If you've held off applying, your results have not been what you expected or you didn't receive offers from your preferred choices, then Clearing is the route for you.
UCAS Clearing is open from Wednesday 5th July to Wednesday 20th September this year, and means that starting your degree at ICMP for the 2017/2018 academic year is still very much a reality.
What is Clearing?
‘Clearing’ is the term used to describe the stage of the UCAS application process which allows universities to publish a list of their available course places, and means they can fill them by offering them to students directly. Clearing is particularly relevant to students who don’t achieve the grades they need on Thursday 17th August’s A Level Results Day, or those who are yet to secure a study place after the 30th June application deadline has passed. Read more about how UCAS Clearing works.
ICMP courses available via Clearing
At ICMP, we have limited spaces available on courses starting September 2017 via Clearing. If you’d like to apply, please keep an eye on our latest availability at ICMP’s Clearing page on the UCAS website. We will also update this page accordingly as things change.
For more information on our courses, please visit the relevant course pages below or call our Clearing Hotline on 020 7604 2470:
- BMus (Hons) Popular Music Performance (Guitar | Bass | Drums | Vocals)
- BA (Hons) Creative Musicianship (Guitar | Bass | Drums | Vocals | Other Instrument)
- BA (Hons) Songwriting
- BA (Hons) Music Business
- BA (Hons) Creative Music Production
- Cert HE Creative Musicianship (Guitar | Bass | Drums | Vocals | Other Instrument)
- Cert HE Songwriting
Discover your place in the music industry with ICMP
We’d love for you to join us here at ICMP for your future studies and wanted to remind you that our courses are all focused on preparing musicians, songwriters, producers, performers, creative artists and entrepreneurs for a successful and rewarding career in the music industry.
ICMP offers students a unique personalised learning approach, with small class sizes, a high number of teaching contact hours, an educational experience that’s tailored to you, and dynamic use of technology in the classroom. Unlike other music schools, all ICMP facilities and equipment are available for personal practice free of charge, and our degree fees are significantly more affordable than those of other universities and music colleges.
And did you know that within six months of completing their studies, over 90% of ICMP graduates are in employment or further education, with around two-thirds of those engaged directly in music-related jobs or study, and the average salary of ICMP graduates is almost 12% above that for Arts graduates?*