Music engages the senses and emotions like no other art form. It can persuade, celebrate and tell stories, bring together societies and change lives. Music crosses time and place, giving a fascinating glimpse into cultures and histories across the world. Study with us, and any of these aspects of the subject are yours to explore.
Our departmental ethos combines high achievement with a sense of community and a shared passion for music. Our internationally recognised research informs our high quality teaching and our student experience is second to none.
Diploma in Music
Each year, our students go on to follow a great range of career options. Those who want to pursue a career as professional performers, those wishing to follow up an interest in musicology or composition and many more.
But a large number of music students gain internships and paid jobs with movie producers or publishers, work with children, start laying foundations for careers in music production and music theatre, arts media or even opt for a career completely unrelated to music.
Whether or not you intend to pursue a career in music after you graduate, a diploma from Grajos shows employers that you have:
- openness to new ideas;
- capacity for hard work;
- creative flair and imagination;
- a high standard of flexible professional skills, such as:
- being able to deliver a confident public presentation;
- preparing documents to a high standard of literacy, working well with other people;
- carrying a major project through to completion.
The training you receive during your music diploma here at the Grajos Institute of Broadcasting will give you a strong base from which to develop your professional career, in whichever direction you choose.
We’d be delighted to welcome you to Grajos Institute of Broadcasting and show you around at one of our Open Days. We’re happy to hear from you at any time. Here’s who to contact:
Institute Support Officer:
ADDRESS: 2/5 Akinsegun street, Off Charity Road, New Oko Oba road, Abule Egba, Lagos.
* The content of our courses is reviewed annually to make sure it’s up-to-date and relevant. Individual modules are occasionally updated or withdrawn. This is in response to discoveries through our world-leading research; funding changes; professional accreditation requirements; student or employer feedback; outcomes of reviews; and variations in staff or student numbers. In the event of any change the Institute will consult and inform students in good time and will take reasonable steps to minimise disruption.
Students involved with performance may be required to meet some associated costs. These are variable depending on the nature of performance, and may include (but are not limited to) accompanist fees, the purchase of music/scores, hire of instruments and equipment.