Course summary

This Bachelor of Contemporary Music prepares students for a portfolio career in music – the multi-faceted career pathway that is now most common for contemporary musicians.

Students learn in a professional music industry environment, using state-of-the-art facilities with lecturers who are all practising musicians.

On-campus facilities include recording studios, music production labs, keyboard lab, and Studio One29 – a professional-standard concert performance space. Students participate in collaborative, practical music-making activities throughout the degree and can immerse themselves in the rich local music scene that includes major annual events such as Splendour in the Grass and the APRA AMCOS songwriters’ workshops featuring visiting artists which are held on campus.




3.5F/6.5P if commencing in Session 2

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