Career pathways for AMT MSc graduates

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MSc in Acoustics and Music Technology graduates go on to get exciting jobs, and fully funded PhD scholarships.

Our students come from all over the world, and give us great feedback.

A small sample of our alumni and the companies they have gone on to work for:

  • Arturia (Grenoble, France). Toby Carpenter, MSc. Acoustics and Music Technology, 2012.
  • Arup (Singapore). Yong Yeo, MSc. Acoustics and Music Technology, 2009.
  • AudioKinetic (Montreal, Canada). Benoit Alary, MSc. Acoustics and Music Technology, 2011.
  • Hann-Tucker Assoc. (London, UK). Lewis Stonehouse, MSc. Acoustics and Music Technology, 2014.
  • LG Electronics (Seoul, South Korea). Yongyhuk Na, MSc. Acoustics and Music Technology, 2007.
  • Native Instruments (Berlin, Germany). Julian Parker, MSc. Acoustics and Music Technology, 2008.
  • NUGEN Audio (Leeds, UK). Adel Salman, MSc. Acoustics and Music Technology, 2010.
  • Piezo Composite Transducers Ltd (Aberdeen, UK). Martin Wilson, MSc. Acoustics and Music Technology, 2009.
  • Prase Engineering (Venice, Italy). Miltiadis Christodoulakis, MSc. Acoustics and Music Technology, 2007.
  • Qinetiq (Farnborough, UK). Paul Daly, MSc. Acoustics and Music Technology, 2012.
  • RMP Acoustics (Edinburgh, UK). Eleni Kontesidou, MSc. Acoustics and Music Technology, 2010.
  • Spectral Labs (San Diego, California, USA). William Knight, MSc. Acoustics and Music Technology, 2011.
  • Talayman Acoustics (Istanbul, Turkey). Onur Gulen, MSc. Acoustics and Music Technology, 2013.
  • Two Big Ears (Edinburgh). Ross Taylor, MSc. Acoustics and Music Technology, 2014.
  • WSP (UAE). Ida Mae Larrazabal, MSc. Acoustics and Music Technology, 2009.
  • WSP (UK). Robbie Christie, MSc. Acoustics and Music Technology, 2014.

One of the primary goals of the MSc in Acoustics and Music Technology is to prepare students for postgraduate-level research in areas related to acoustics, signal processing, music technology and beyond.

ac_trombIt is a highly successful programme. Feedback from many alumni shows that the programme is indeed an excellent preparation for such a career pathway, with nearly half our graduates going on to funded PhD studies, either at Edinburgh or elsewhere.

The MSc is also an excellent preparation for jobs in acoustics, audio programming and signal processing, as well in many other sectors that require high level transferable skills in numerate subjects, writing and project management.

For example, a significant proportion of the AMT MSc alumni now work in acoustic consultancy, helping to design the acoustics of new and existing buildings all around the world.

The high level skills you will develop in project design and management, data acquisition and processing, and critical and analytic thought are highly transferable skills that are always in demand in a wide variety of other industries.