FAQs — the process of education
Who will be teaching the courses?
All the Future Media Academy’s teachers are well-known musical artists. This is unique among music academies. We only work with established musicians who have extensive technical and commercial knowledge. Respected professionals who can guide our students through the entire process of succeeding as a music producer.
What contact do I have with the teachers?
All our courses are designed so that students have a lot of time and direct contact with the teachers. Alongside lectures this includes open discussions, Q and As and getting comprehensive feedback and support on their projects.
A 2 or 3 week course would typically involve the following teacher/student contact:
- — Lectures (live webinars or recorded webinars) given by the teacher.
- — Group discussions and Q and A between with students and teacher.
- — Access to assignments from all the students in the group, and visibility of the teacher’s feedback.
- — Additional course materials such as links, tutorials and documents that are uploaded to the course portal by the teacher.
- — Communication with the Manager of the Future Media Academy for advice and queries.
How long are the course materials available for?
All course materials are available to students during the period when the course is running and one week after.
What time do I need to put aside for studying?
The lecture times are available on the individual course pages. The more time students can devote to their studies, the better. Students are responsible for managing their own study time and can do so whenever they like.
What are the course dates and times?
Course times and programs are available on the Beginners and Level 2 course pages.
What type of courses are available?
We offer online and offline courses. The online courses run every Spring. Find out more about the next Beginners and Level 2 courses. The offline intensive courses are available in Summer.
What is the structure of the online courses?
Each lecture is hosted by the teacher in the form of a live webinar and is also recorded for students to refer back to later. The content of course is available on the program.
During the webinar, students are able to ask questions which the lecturer will either answer during the webinar or soon after, depending on the lecture format.
After each lecture, the teacher will give an assignment. Each student’s assignment will be reviewed and the results posted on the course portal. It’s at the teacher’s discretion to decide if it’s necessary for the students to complete all the course assignments.
How do I register for the course?
To join the Academy, students have to fill out the online form.
After the registration, the student will receive their login information and password. This gives the student access to the paid courses and personal profile page. Students must complete payment to secure their place on the course.
How does the offline intensive course work?
The offline intensive course happens once a year in Summer, a week before the Space Safari festival in Belgian Ardennen. During the course, students live on location together with teachers with all lecture and workshops carried out in the classrooms.
Information about upcoming offline intensive will be published in March 2020.
The Offline Intensive Course is:
- — A gathering of students and teachers, designed to inspire musicians and artists from all backgrounds.
- — A series of exciting and innovative lectures from world-famous artists.
- — A program of challenging, inclusive and practical sessions with world-famous teachers.
How can I keep up to date with the course and Academy news?
Easy. Simply sign up to our newsletter and we’ll keep you updated on courses, as well as special offers, discounts and promotions. Naturally, you can unsubscribe whenever you like.
Can I join The Future Media Academy on social media?
Of course! Future Media Academy Facebook Page.