DJ & Electronic Music

Level 3

Learn how to record in professional studios, get the most out of DAWs and even understand how to design your sounds to develop your music to a whole new level.

Entry Requirements

No formal entry requirements


One Year – Full Time


Level 3 Access to HE Diploma

Only available at dBs Institute in Bristol, Manchester and Plymouth.

Are you looking for a change or got a creative talent that you always wished you’d been able to turn into your job?

Maybe you feel like a degree would give a boost to your knowledge and help you take your career to the next level.

Or, you’ve had a break from working and fancy finally using that talent you have.

If you’re 19 or older and want to do a degree but don’t quite have what you need, Access to HE is for you.

Good to know: If you complete a degree after Access to HE, your Access to HE loan is written off!

Crafted to equip you with the academic and technical prowess essential for advancing to university, our Access to HE DJ & Electronic Music Production course is delivered by specialist industry professionals, using state-of-the-art hardware, software, and facilities to provide a top-tier experience.

Set the stage and master the art of DJing.

Explore the theory behind creating music and refine your composition skills.

Discover the power of MIDI and audio sequencing, enriching your music production toolkit.

Become familiar with a studio setting and understand how to confidently use the equipment and software.


A person working at DJ decks

A person working at a music mixing desk

A recording studio with equipment around the room including drums, conga drums and a pop filter

A female working at a computer and MIDI keyboard

A person adjusting a microphone next to a drum cymbal

A crowd of people watch a band perform on stage

Entry Requirements

There are no formal entry requirements for these courses. Applicants will undergo diagnostic testing as part of the admissions process to assess that this is the most appropriate level of study for them.

Careers and Progression

Explore a range of progression routes including Electronic Music Production, Music Production, DJ Practice, Sound Design, Music & Sound for Film and Television.

Careers you can aim for include Music Producer, Music Mixer and Masterer, Sound Engineer, Musician.

If you want to study this course in Bristol, Manchester or Plymouth, please visit dBs Institute’s website. To study in London, apply on our site.

Student Benefits

A range of student-friendly offers are available in partnership with WEX. These vary by store so check in with your local branch to see what support they can provide you as an ACC learner.

Fees and Funding




£0 – £4,835




£0 – £4,835


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