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I looked around at it alot.. but i cannot figure out exactly who it is for. I am really confused ... in the us here it means colleges r for people that graduated from high school
Is the academy of contemporary music in the UK Guildford a college in US terms or UK terms? it says its for ppl 16 + but i am super confused as if this is like the Berklee college something I can apply to after I get my SAT scores and stuff?
Also, it said it has many locations including one in Oklahoma US....
what? and I have no idea what degree I should study until for wanting to get famous someday while being in a band

I am super confused.. I really want to plan to go and get a college education from ACM after high school becuase it says it offers rock/pop singing degree or something..
I also cannot find specifically what is required in order to get into this school...

so wait a college / university ? why does it say it also is in the University of Oklahoma? What are needed to get accepted?
I really looked around andstill cannot understand.......can any1 please explain to me? Thank you

http://www.acm.ac.uk/
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http://www.acm-uco.com/
read that link, it tells you everything about the Oklahoma aspect.

It's not the standard college in UK terms, because it offers degrees like a university would.
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Quote by Venice King
http://www.acm-uco.com/
read that link, it tells you everything about the Oklahoma aspect.

It's not the standard college in UK terms, because it offers degrees like a university would.

thank u so much! this really cleared up the confusion for me! I want to apply to the one in London in the future and Im in the US! Thanks so much for finally letting me being able to locate what exactly are required!! This really means so much to me...
Extremely appreciated
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One thread not enough? Either post in the original or use google for the same effect.

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