Music fosters creative and expressive communication. In addition to enhancing enjoyment of The Arts, studying Music allows students to develop musicianship through making and responding. Through composition, performance and musicology, students use and apply music elements and concepts to convey meaning and emotion to an audience. Students demonstrate practical music skills, and analyse and evaluate music in a variety of contexts, styles and genres. These skills together with essential literacy skills allow students to engage in a multimodal world. Studying Music can establish a basis for further education and employment in the fields of creative industries, arts administration, communication, education, public relations and technology.