Our graduates are among some of the world’s best producers and performers for over 40 years, including Oscar, JUNO (Fanshawe JUNO playlist) and Primetime Emmy winners. As a student, you’ll access this growing network of graduates in addition to connecting with industry leaders at Canadian Music Week. Guest lectures, master classes and workshops with artists-in-residence will also equip you with extensive knowledge of the latest technology and business expertise. The Music Industry Arts program focuses on fine-tuning your skills into a rewarding career. You’ll study and practice your skills in the most modern recording facility of any school in Canada. You’ll also apply your learning by organizing and performing in the annual Share the Land charity concert, a favourite event for many graduates. The City of London, together with the Canadian Commission for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), is proud to announce that London has been designated a UNESCO City of Music. London is Canada's first city to receive this designation. The Music Industry Arts program is a creative and practical environment that allows students to discover and develop the artistic, technical and business skills that will prepare them to compete in today's evolving music and entertainment industry. The program approach is intensively hands-on, with professional recording, performance and lab facilities exclusively dedicated to student use. Course content is varied and equally balanced between artist development and technical skills which accentuates experiential learning within the program. Course curricula is wide by design and includes: artist development, music publishing, entertainment law, copyright, sales and promotion, music theory, ear training, music writing and arranging, creative audio production techniques, functions of digital and analog consoles, audio recording/mixing, studio operation, design and management, audio for picture, as well as live audio production. Computer literacy, audio and editing techniques relevant to the disciplines of music creation and audio post-production are offered through theory and practical applications. Collaborative projects utilizing other media-based programs within the college are also encouraged on a regular basis. Due to the academic rigor required in the Music Industry Arts program, applicants applying directly to this program from secondary school without additional post-secondary education, are encouraged to consider applying to the Pre-Media preparatory program.