UNLIMITED LEARNING is our education business. We develop and deliver educational programmes for people who aspire to work in the music, media, culture and communication industries, including lectures, workshops and online resources.

CMU:DIY is our music business education programme providing tips and advice for aspiring artists and songwriters, and future music industry talent, through a range of online resources and educational events. We work with a number of industry and educational organisations on these projects, and deliver lectures and workshops for various colleges and universities | MORE

INDUSTRY TAKEOVER SEMINAR is an educational partnership between Urban Development and CMU:DIY. We co-host regular ITO Seminar events in London and beyond aimed at future music talent, both on and off stage. Each edition combines CMU:DIY lectures with panel disussions. We have also co-published an accompanying ITO Manual | MORE

ARTIST:ENTREPRENEUR DAY is an educational partnership between the Featured Artists Coalition and CMU:DIY. Taking place at venues and festivals around the UK, A:E Day is an artist-to-artist educational programme providing a practical guide for early-career artist entrepreneurs through interactive guides and artist-led conversations | MORE

PATHWAYS INTO MUSIC provides music education consultancy. It aims to create a stronger link between music education and music careers and to demonstrate the value of music participation through research, resources, events and training | MORE

TW:DIY is a new website providing an online guide to doing cultural stuff. It will feature interviews with people who perform and work at the Edinburgh Festival and in London’s cultural sector, plus guides on how to pursue cultural projects and careers | MORE

TAYLOR BENNETT FOUNDATION is an award-winning charity that runs work-based PR training programmes designed to encourage black, Asian and ethnic minority graduates to pursue a career in public relations. UnLimited Learning has been working with the Foundation since its launch, helping develop the wider initiative while also delivering a series of half-day seminars on media and communications for each set of trainees | MORE

LAST UPDATED: December 2018