MIC at UCLA - Office Hours


The Music Industry Committee at UCLA (MIC at UCLA) was founded by brothers David Brik and Allan Brik in the Fall of 2016. The brothers, both UCLA students, realized that there was a need for a common platform where students could learn about the music industry from an outside of classroom perspective.

As the first-ever student organization at UCLA dedicated to the business of music, MIC at UCLA has grown in just a year to a community of over 2,000 students. The club is open to any student, regardless of their major or minor.

For most of its programming, MIC partners with the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, which is the first independent music school of the University of California (UC) system.

Billboard Magazine - Music Industry Program Named Top Music Business School in 2019
READ: For the third year, the Herb Alpert School of Music's Music Industry program made Billboard's 2019 Top Music Business School's list: "While the Herb Alpert School already offers an academic minor in music industry studies – 250 students applied for 30 slots this year – it expects university approval to offer a major in the field in 2020."
Madison Beer, Nervo to Be Featured on UCLA MIC’s ‘Office Hours’
"Australian DJ sister-duo NERVO and songstress Madison Beer are slated to be the first guests on this year’s “Office Hours,” a speaker series put on by UCLA’s Music Industry Committee.
Music industry interview series gives UCLA students insights into entertainment busines
“Office Hours,” a new live-streamed interview series, will launch Jan. 19 at UCLA and showcase prominent artists and entertainment executives from the music industry sharing their career insights with students and offering tips on how to break into the business. Conceived by student group the Music Industry Committee at UCLA (MIC at UCLA), “Office Hours” is