The Musician’s Guide launches ‘Where to Study music’ Resource for Musicians

A musician resource website called The Musician’s Guide to World Domination have launched a new resource to help musicians interested in studying music find the perfect course and university to study at for them.

Online PR News – 03-May-2010 – – 5th May 2010, Oxford – The new resource on The Musician’s Guide to World Domination features an interactive map, university comparison chart and music course glossary to help music students find out what the different courses offer them, which course would suit them best and which universities offer their preferred course - all in an incredibly simple, visual design.

For example, one can easily see that the only universities that offer a full time music marketing course in South England are Academy of Contemporary Music and Solent University. It also helps musicians to easily differentiate between universities that are more ‘traditionally focussed’ from universities that are more modern focussed, offering courses such as music production, music management and music technology.

Marcus Taylor, author of The Musician’s Guide says:
“For years, music students would have had to rely on word of mouth to find out where they might want to study and then have to spend hours comparing whether those universities even offer the right courses. I wanted to provide a solution with the universities input to help students rectify this stressful and time consuming task.”

Visit The Musician’s Guide’s resource on where to study music in the UK: