Why study Music Business at BIMM Institute London?
Join us at BIMM Institute London and you’ll be taught by expert lecturers who live and breathe the world of music – and are at the top of their game when it comes to teaching music business. You’ll learn all you need to succeed in the industry, will be surrounded by like-minded, passionate people – and have the chance to study in one of the world’s most musically-rich cities.
Our Music Business courses in London range from our Diplomas to our BA (Hons) Music Business degree course. If you’re looking to combine your passions, you can also study Music Business in London alongside another subject, thanks to our innovative joint honours degree courses:
- BA (Hons) Music Production & Music Business
- BA (Hons) Music Business & Event Management
- BA (Hons) Popular Music Performance & Music Business
- BA (Hons) Songwriting & Music Business
Expert Music Business Lecturers
BIMM Institute London has been contributing to the capital’s music scene for over ten years, thanks to our expert lecturers who continue to fulfil influential roles within it. Discover some of the lecturers below who will be teaching you one day, and working alongside some of the industry’s most prestigious names the next:
Ian Mack, Deputy Course Leader, Music Business
Since signing to WEA Records and Warner Publishing, Ian’s career as seen him work across many areas of the entertainment industry from record producer to publisher. Working with a wide range of artists including Jessie J, MNEK, Take That, Keane, Boyzone, Roger Sanchez, Sir Cliff Richard and Whitney Houston.
Andrew Armour, Senior Lecturer, Music Business
Andrew is a media and marketing professional with a 20-year career spanning music publishing, TV, media rights management, business development and innovation. As an agency account director, he has licensed and managed a range of marketing campaigns, brand promotions and events for the likes of PRS for Music, Walt Disney Films, Television NZ and America’s Cup.
Dan Tsu, Event Management Lecturer
Dan Tsu is an event producer, live promoter and international facilitator. Co-founder of infamous Glastonbury Festival venue Rum Shack, he has hosted innovative and independent live shows for 15 years. Dan holds a reputation for championing and collaborating with young talent, working closely with the likes of Ed Sheeran, Akala and Kate Tempest.
Incredible Music Business Facilities
At BIMM Institute, you’ll have access to state-of-the-art facilities throughout your Music Business course in London, so you can take your knowledge and skills to the ultimate level.
We have three dedicated music business, event management and music marketing teaching rooms so that you have the space you need to study and succeed. We also have a lecture seminar room, a study hub with hard-copy core text and trade/music publications, a cafe, a ‘Green Room’ social space, and eight meeting rooms for study support and academic support meetings.
Of course, if you’re looking to study Music Business alongside another passion via one of our joint honours degrees, we also have incredible performance and music production facilities and equipment, such as three large performance rooms, seven Apple Mac suites, and much more.
London’s Music Scene
On top of our expert Music Business lecturers and incredible, cutting-edge equipment and facilities, you’ll also be based in one of the most musically-diverse and exciting cities on this planet.
You’ll study in a city that’s inspired many of the world’s biggest music businesses to base themselves there. These include Universal Music, Sony Music, Warner Music, Paradigm Agency, Live Nation, and countless more. You’ll also be surrounded by venues and music businesses known the world over, such as The O2, OMEARA, Brixton Academy, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire and more.