Musicians Institute is an above-average for-profit college located in Los Angeles, California. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 753 undergraduate students. The Musicians Institute acceptance rate is 80%. Popular majors include Music Performance, Recording Arts Technician, and Music Management. Graduating 61% of students, Musicians Institute alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $22,600.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.10 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.12 responses
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Musicians Institute Reviews
Trying to get more funding for the independent artist. I love the school and the curriculum is fitting for my interests. I would like to attend the part-time independent artist program which equips the student with the skills needed to write, perform record and produce their own original songs in a personalized program that's tailor made to fit varied music interests and career goals within a 30-credit " music boot camp" to perfect your songwriting, arranging, production and promotion skills. This is my bucket list goal at 65 years of age.
I am a Bachelor Vocal Student here, I can't speak other people's opinion, I do think the certificate, independent artist program..the shorter programs are better choices. But I have been here almost 2 years I think I can speak my own experiences. First of all, for the vocal students, there are so many difference styles you have to do, mostly Jazz, latin...They don't focus or try to develop your own style as an artist, which can be boring . Second of all, they are trying to make the program so academic, but they don't have many teachers to teach the more academic classes such a theory, history... Lastly, I just feel like most teachers here don't really care about students, Most of them they are unprofessionals, sometimes rude, ....They don't encourage students, it's just a bad environments to study music, oh, and a lot of stuff they teach are so out of date. I am here only because there aren't many music college out there.
Musicians Institute has by far one the best facilities I've ever seen! 24 hour access to the school gives me the ability to record, and rehearse at anytime of the day.