Platform One College of Music are once again celebrating outstanding results, this time with students completing a three-year BA (Hons) Commercial Music degree.
The degree, which is designed and written by Platform One is validated by the highly respected University of Chichester. Platform One have worked in partnership with University of Chichester for the last sixteen years. It is also testament to Platform One that this is the only full-time degree to run on the Isle of Wight ever.
The University of Chichester is proud to work in partnership with Platform One. We have a shared commitment to, and proven track record in, delivering high quality education in a friendly and supportive community of learning that inspires and enables our students to exceed their expectations. The MA Music Industry Innovation and Enterprise programme is the latest expression of our long standing and successful partnership: a postgraduate degree that prepares those taking it to make an effective and transformative contribution to this vital area of the arts and to the national economy.Dr. Mark Mason Pro Vice-Chancellor – University of Chichester
Despite lockdown third year students excelled and produced extremely impressive results. In total there was seven students achieving a First-Class Honours degree.
Once again we are so proud of our students. The students really embraced a new way of working during lockdown liaising with all staff remotely. They worked extremely hard and their efforts have certainly been recognised with an extremely strong set of results across the student cohort.Peter Pontin, Academic Advisor
It is impressive that the degree attracts not only Island based students but students across the UK and further afield. This illustrates that the potential of the Isle of Wight as somewhere incredible to study higher education. It also proves that you do not need the expense of leaving the Island in order to gain highly respected and credible degree results.
Platform One are still offering auditions for the degree, enrols in September. It may be that you have received A Level results but are undecided whether to go off the Island.