8 Bengaluru Campus students of AAT given conditional admission letters by Wolverhampton University, UK to study final year graduate program in BA (Hons) – Sound Production

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Bengaluru: AAT College, which offers formal education for media & entertainment industry, today announced that the first batch of its International course students studying BA (Hons) – Sound Production, on completion of Diploma Studies of two years have been offered conditional admission letters to pursue third year of the graduation program at Wolverhampton University, UK.

Pragyat Singh, Country Head, India Liason Office, University of Wolverhampton, UK and Rathish Babu, CEO, AAT College handed over the conditional admission letters to eight students from the among 13 students who have successfully completed two years of Diploma Studies at the Bengaluru campus of AAT College. The other five students will pursue the final year in a University of their choice based on their chosen field of interest.

Expressing delight at this milestone achieved by AAT College, Rathish Babu, said, “We have been at the forefront of offering formal education to equip students with necessary skills for pursuing careers in media & entertainment industry. Our tie-up with Wolverhampton University is yet another initiative of ours to offer international degree for Indian students at affordable cost.”

According to Mr. Pragyat Singh, we are happy to enrol eight students from AAT College for the final year of our undergraduate program in Sound Production. We have been working jointly with AAT College in designing curriculum for this international degree and the modules of the course have been carefully chosen keeping in mind the industry requirement.

As part of the course structure, students pursuing BA (Hons) – Sound Production, were to study the first two years in India and had the option of joining Wolverhampton University, UK for the final year. The credit based curriculum being followed by AAT College is globally recognised and thus students had unique opportunity to pursue the final year in UOW, UK. The Level 4 and Level 5 credit points are for two years study at AAT and encashable for the final year degree at Wolverhampton.

These eight students during the third year will study Sound Production at U.K., and focus on film sound and specialize in Background Music (BGM) for films. On successful completion of course students will have access to internship and placement assistance globally.

The learning modules in BA (Hons) – Sound Production include Studio Tracking, Musimathics, Music Computing
Live Sound Engineering, Studio Mixing, Audio Analysis, Synthesis & Processing, Mix Down & Mastering, Video Game Sound, Music Technology in Context, Research Interpretation & Analysis, Music for Film, Digital Music Sales, Employability & Enterprise in Music & Musical Interfaces.

Career opportunities for students completing the course will include Studio engineer; Producer; Live sound engineer; Live sound system designer; Film, TV & games sound designer and music composer; Music programmer; Location recorder; Mixing and mastering engineer and Teacher/trainer of music technology.

Admissions are now in progress for Year 2017-18 batch commencing in September 2017 at AAT College, Bengaluru.