UNLIMITED LEARNING is our education business. We develop and deliver educational programmes for people who aspire to work in the media, music or communication industries, usually in partnership with other educational and charitable organisations.

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 programme run by Urban Development and supported by CMU:DIY. We co-host regular ITO sessions for new music talent in London and Cardiff. Each edition kicks off with a CMU:DIY guide to a different aspect of the music business followed up by tips and advice from a panel of industry experts | MORE

INDUSTRY TAKEOVER MANUAL is a new guide produced by Urban Development and CMU:DIY, and is available to members of the UD Creatives scheme. It documents all the CMU:DIY guides presented at the ITO events and features practical tips from 40 music industry professionals who have contributed to the ITO programme over the last three years | MORE

ARTIST:ENTREPRENEUR DAY is a new educational project from the Featured Artists Coalition co-produced with CMU:DIY. Taking place at venues and festivals around the UK, A:E Day provides a practical guide for artists on how to build a career and business around their music by sharing the experiences of other artist entrepreneurs and industry experts. | 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