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Drama, Dance and Performing Arts

For students looking for a career in one of the creative industries, Newbury College offers a range of courses at different levels in media and music technology. Working in one of our well-equipped studios, students get the opportunity to practise and develop skills that will nurture their creative talents.


Develop technical and design skills in a variety of media including audio, visual, digital and print. Students taking media courses often go on to work in some the following career areas: TV, film, theatre, radio, journalism, photography, animation, advertising, marketing and gaming.

Based in our Music and Media Centre, students will make music with computers and learn how to record, compose and perform both individually and in groups. Students studying Music Technology may go on to develop a career in some of the following areas: venue sound engineers, event promotion, studio recording, music production, music/media law, performer, session musician or touring band musician.


Check out the fantastic EP produced by Rhys Clements and the Level 3 Music students on Spotify!

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What can I progress on to?

Dancers and choreographers

Up to £45,000

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Teaching and other educational professionals n.e.c.

Up to £30,000

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Musicians

Up to £37,000

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Sky Curtis

"I really enjoy studying music technology at Newbury College because I’ve developed many new skills."

Sky Curtis
Music Technology

Natthakorn Khetklang

"I’m currently working in a design studio. They’ve sent me to college to allow me to further my studies in design and this could be a leading pathway to university."

Natthakorn Khetklang
HNC Graphic Design