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Switching to us is simple

If you have already started teaching Music with another exam board but would like to make the switch to WJEC Eduqas, we have made the move easy for you.


Why should you switch to us for GCSE Music?

  • With our specification, students will study only two set works, allowing teachers to choose most of the repertoire they use in the classroom
  • We have developed a qualification which appeals to creative musicians by providing open ended composition briefs
  • There is no requirement to perform a solo piece for assessment
  • A wide variety of Areas of Study gives a balanced learning experience for all types of musician
  • Musicians can perform at Grade 3 compared to the Grade 4 requirement from alternative boards
  • Direct access to our subject specialists, who are on hand to give guidance and advice, with no call centres

Why should you switch to us for AS/A level Music?

  • We have developed specifications with a manageable number of set works allowing teachers to choose the materials they use in the classroom
  • Open ended composition briefs allow learners to be more creative
  • We provide learners with a choice of areas of study within popular music and 20th/21st Century music
  • Our specifications provide the opportunity to study the music of living British male and female composers
  • Teachers and candidates will be visited by performance examiners to reduce the workload of teachers, whilst providing candidates with a sense of occasion
  • Direct access to our subject specialists, who are on hand to give guidance and advice, with no call centres

Our subject specialists are on hand to provide you with any information you may require and support you in the delivery of our qualifications.