Research and Enterprise

Strategy Statement

The BIMM Group believes that teaching and learning across all of its colleges and courses should be informed and enriched by professional practice and scholarship.

It is acknowledged that within the context of a teaching-intensive alternative provider, it is not possible to either expect or support all academic staff to undertake research.

Therefore, the BIMM Group’s Research and Enterprise Strategy seeks to:

  • Identify and support the as yet relatively small number of staff who are currently undertaking research through the provision of financial and management support and development and dissemination opportunities;
  • Identify and support research potential through support for postgraduate study and the provision of a programme of activities and opportunities aimed at developing early career researchers.

Please follow the link below to read our full strategy:

Research and Enterprise Strategy (PDF)

BIMM Research & Enterprise Commitee

The BIMM Research and Enterprise Committee formulates and reviews the group-wide research strategy as well as approving and facilitating research and enterprise projects.

Ethical Approval

All research conducted at BIMM requires ethical approval, please see the appropriate form below:

Ethical Approval Form – Undergraduate (PDF)

Ethical Approval Form – Postgraduate and Staff (PDF)

Research Profiles

At BIMM we have a wide range of staff actively engaged in research who sit on the Research and Enterprise Committee:

Rich Harvey – Head of Learning and Teaching Enhancement (PDF)

Dr Mark Irwin – Dean of Higher Education (PDF)

Dr Tim Robinson – Module Leader – Music Industry Research Bristol (PDF)

Jon Stewart – Course Leader – Event Management & Music Business Brighton (PDF)


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