Well, I've just finished my BA Hons and I've had a year to look at opportunities, and realised that really I need a second qualification. I'm left with choosing between 3 possibilities. Either a:
Diploma of Film Scoring at Berklee (Diploma, 4 years, £200,000)
Masters of Music in Composing for Media at NTFS (Masters, 2 years, £40,000)
Masters of Composition in Film and Television at RCM (Masters, 1 year, £20,000)
Now, the Berklee course is very ideal, but incredibly expensive and a very long course.
NTFS course doesn't have as much musical prestige as I might have liked.
The RCM course is promising, but it's taught partly by one of my old teachers, who I didn't do very well with (in fairness, he bombarded me with degree-level assignments when I was 12, that weren't really up my alley anyway.) And I worry that could be a hinderance when it comes to admission.
Best way to go about this application?
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