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Applications still open for the BIMM/IMRO Scholarship for the Diploma in Music Business

Posted on August 14, 2019

We are delighted to announce that BIMM Institute Dublin and IMRO have teamed-up to offer the second annual scholarship for our Diploma in Music Business.

The Scholarship offers one lucky student the opportunity to study on this year long Diploma course free of charge. Our Diploma in Music Business is a part-time course, designed to offer students a practical skillset with future entrepreneurism and employment in mind. The course will cover a diverse range of modules including Music Promotion and Marketing, Artist Management, Tour Management, Physical and Digital Music Distribution, E-Commerce in the Music Industry, Music Publishing and Recording, Live Music Events and Touring.

The programme is ideal for those with no experience of the industry and who wish to use it as a foundation for further study or entrepreneurship.

Keith Johnson, Director of Marketing & Membership IMRO said: “IMRO is delighted to partner with BIMM Institute Dublin to offer a scholarship for their Diploma in Music Business course. A stable flow of well-informed and market savvy music business professionals is critical for the future development of the music industry in Ireland”.

BIMM Dublin’s College Principal, Alan Cullivan added: “IMRO is a vital organisation within the Irish music industry as has been for many years. It always displays unwavering support for Irish artists both new and established in their role of royalty collection, education and lobbyist for greater development and investment in homegrown talent. Partnering with IMRO on the new Music Business Diploma Scholarship makes perfect sense for us, as no one cares more about the business of music in Ireland than IMRO”.

As the largest and leading provider of music education in Europe, we have strong track record of taking raw talents and turning them into industry professionals, earning a living doing what they love. The Diploma in Music Business will be delivered in our two buildings based in Dublin D8, among Ireland’s most vibrant and diverse community of musicians; providing unique opportunities for collaborative student learning, as well as direct connectivity to an industry that will enhance future career prospects.

This course, like all qualifications at BIMM Institute Dublin, are delivered by tutors with experience working at the highest levels of the music business, which ensures that the delivery of this qualification will be distinctive, relevant and uniquely cutting edge.

We’re excited that this partnership with IMRO allows us to both to continue to support and shape the Irish music industry.

To apply for the Diploma in Music Business, and the IMRO Scholarship, email info@bimm.ie or call us on +353 1 5133 666.

Further information can be found by clicking HERE.

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