The West Country city with a fiercely independent spirit that sees music and art come together. Massive Attack, Portishead, Heavy Lungs, Phox Jaw and BIMM alumni George Ezra all call this diverse and artistic city home. Now, it’s your turn.
Whether it’s being on stage, producing in the studio, organising events or working in music marketing that interests you, our courses will match your aspirations.
They’ve been there, done that and collected the awards. Now, they’re here to help you achieve your dream career.
BIMM Music Institute Bristol opened its doors in 2008 and has two buildings in the heart of this West Country city.
See for yourself what life as a student at BIMM Bristol is really like alongside Events that include online fairs, showcases and information sessions to get you prepped for student life.
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If you’re after an exciting city with lots to offer, then you can’t go wrong with living in Bristol.
Take a look at the BIMM Bristol alumni who have made the music business their own.
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What’s the latest?
BIMM University has a full schedule for Freshers’ this year, offering some great chances to introduce yourself to your fellow BIMM University peers and chat all things music, film, theatre and dance.
Thursday 9th March is University Mental Health Day – BIMM University is getting involved in a big way, with events and activities taking place across all our colleges.
We’re so proud to announce that we are once again Lead Education Partner at The Great Escape 2023 (TGE). TGE is a three-day festival for new music, showcasing over 500 emerging artists from all over the globe in 30+ walkable venues across Brighton, including a pop-up site on the beach.