Pop music college expects rise in applications

A Dublin college specialising in pop and rock music courses is expecting applications to rise this year for its commercial modern music course, the only undergraduate degree course of its kind in th

22nd January, 2012
Pop music college expects rise in applications
Dara Kilkenny, manager, BIMM Dublin: 'the course is not aimed at those seeking musical celebrity. Photo: Feargal Ward

A Dublin college specialising in pop and rock music courses is expecting applications to rise this year for its commercial modern music course, the only undergraduate degree course of its kind in the country.

The Brighton and Bristol Institute of Modern Music (BIMM) opened a college in Dublin last September. BIMM Dublin's 150 students are now in the middle of the first year of their four-year BA honours degree, and are based in a high-specification...

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