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Tag Archives: higher education
Student Accommodation now taking up 95% of Loans: How is this sustainable?
Student accommodation now takes up 95% of student loans according to a recent article in The Guardian (much more in London). In an environment where parents/guardians are having to meet the rest of the cost – something has to be done … Continue reading
Posted in Musicology Tagged government, higher education, student loans Leave a comment
Live Music and Higher Education: How can we work together?
I am starting a new research project in a couple of weeks related to live music. It builds on a number of projects I have done before – but this time is specifically related to how Higher Education can work … Continue reading
Posted in Live Music, Music Industry Tagged higher education, higher education academy, live music, live music industry, paul carr, Wales Leave a comment
General introductory thoughts
The transition from full time musician to full time academic is a path that many music lecturers have undertaken. Where as 15 years ago I would have considered myself to be a musician – academic, these days I am firmly … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Foundation degrees, fusion, guitar, Guthrie Govan, higher education, james taylor quartet, jazz, jtq, paul carr, university of glamorgan 1 Comment