Leeds College of Music

Contact: Swati Jha

3 Quarry Hill
Leeds
Yorkshire
LS2 7PD

Tel: 0113 222 3425

Email: s.jha@lcm.ac.uk

About Leeds College of Music

Our Mission

We are an innovative conservatoire: a hub for high quality musical activity and music education, with world-class facilities. We enable our students to become creative, confident and versatile practitioners in their chosen fields, and we provide opportunities for the local, national and international communities to engage with music and music-making of the highest standards.
About Leeds College of Music (LCoM)

The Conservatoire, with over 1,000 full-time students, provides a unique opportunity for students to progress from BTEC courses through to postgraduate degrees. 

Students are taught in a vibrant and creative atmosphere by academic staff at the forefront of their fields. We are uniquely placed in the UK to meet the needs of the aspiring 21st century music professional, and provide high quality training for the creative industries. Our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes are designed to prepare students to work as rounded members of the music profession as performers, producers, composers, community animateurs and teachers.

Partnerships
Leeds City College | www.leedscitycollege.ac.uk

Finding ways to invest in our campus and make enhancements to our specialist equipment and facilities.

Leeds City College is the UK’s third largest FE institution, offering a wide ranging curriculum to over 55,000 students. Like Leeds College of Music it provides a vibrant, multicultural learning environment, delivering excellent and innovative education that is supportive, inspiring and life changing.

In August 2011, Leeds College of Music entered a strategic partnership with the Leeds City College group. Leeds College of Music has kept its name, brand and purpose built premises in the city’s Quarry Hill cultural quarter. We continue to offer the same broad range of specialist music courses in Higher and Further Education and we will retain our commitment to community engagement.

Joining forces with a larger educational establishment enables Leeds College of Music to maintain its teaching quality and further improve its support for students; while at the same time achieve long term viability as funding for education is reduced. The alliance between Leeds College of Music and Leeds City College has also enabled the organisation to secure additional grant funding, which is being used to make enhancements to our buildings and its specialist equipment and facilities.

University of Bradford | www.brad.ac.uk

Developing opportunities for collaboration between our respective music and media programmes.

Leeds College of Music’s undergraduate and postgraduate degrees are validated by the University of Bradford. Bradford has always been a forward-thinking, modern and student-orientated university, with a firm commitment to celebrating diversity. The relationship with the university provides a number of opportunities for our students to perform on the Bradford campus, both in LCoM performance ensembles and in joint ensembles with Bradford students.

Leeds College of Music students are also able to access the University’s library and eResources, seminars and talks, and Student Union clubs and societies. The University of Bradford offers excellent media courses in partnership with the National Media Museum; Leeds College of Music and the University are currently working on developing new opportunities for collaboration between our respective music and media programmes.

Steinway & Sons | www.steinway.co.uk

The only English Conservatoire to hold the coveted All-Steinway School status.

From September 2011, the Conservatoire has become an All-Steinway School, joining the likes of Yale University’s School of Music, the Juilliard School, New York and Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Wales.

As an All-Steinway School, the Conservatoire demonstrates a commitment to excellence by providing our students with the best equipment possible for the study of music, including over 50 pianos from the Steinway family. 

Apple | www.apple.com

Meeting the training standards of the world’s Number 1 brand

The Conservatoire is an Apple Authorised Training Centre (AATC).

Broadly, this means that we meet the training standards set by Apple, including our facilities as well as trainers. We can offer Apple Authorised courses, leading to certified exams - a valuable addition to any aspiring musician or producer’s CV. We offer professional Apple training (e.g. Logic 101) to students as part of the curriculum.

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