Resonance, which opens this September and offers a choice of music degrees, is inviting interested students to get in touch and arrange a one-on-one tour of the campus and its state-of-the-art facilities.

Personal open days are by appointment only and limited to one student at a time – along with up to two members of their household.

“There’s nothing like walking round a place to get a real feel for what it will be like to study there,” said Rick Benton, director of industry and partnerships at Resonance.

“Like many universities, we’ve been running virtual open days since the start of lockdown, but we’re now thrilled to be able to open the doors in a limited way so students can see in real-life just what we have to offer them.


“With a personal day, students can see exactly what they want and ask questions as they go round – so it will be a really valuable experience.

“Obviously, we’ll be observing social distancing guidelines and taking no risk with anyone’s health and safety.

“The open days and interviews we held before lockdown had a great response – it’s the sort of place you really need to experience for yourself. We can’t wait to welcome people back again.”

Places are still available on the B Mus (Hons) Popular Music Performance and BA (Hons) Popular Music Performance & Production degrees at Resonance, which are validated by Solent University.

Students applying to Resonance can apply up to the end of August for entry in September. At present, Resonance is planning for a full on-site opening in September for the 2020-21 academic year.

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