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STUDY MUSIC PERFORMANCE

If you dream of a career as a Songwriter, Recording Artist, Session Musician, or if you want to work as a Music Director, Composer, Music Teacher, or Music Arranger, this course is for you.

The Music Performance degree balances creative, technical, and industry-related skills, with a focus on contemporary music performance and songwriting.

Working closely with our ARIA award-winning teaching staff plus a wide range of industry professionals, you will extensively develop your ability in solo and collaborative music performance, music analysis, songwriting, and technical musicianship.

Music Performance students choose one area of specialisation: vocal, instrumental, or songwriting. All students are mentored in this specialisation by industry experts and also receive a one-on-one weekly lesson in their main instrument. You will also work alongside students from other courses to gain a well-rounded understanding of processes involved in the music industry.

Collarts offers students a variety of real-life industry experiences so that they are career-ready when they graduate. Through our industry partnerships, students have opportunities to partake in a variety of real-world business experiences, gaining access to industry connections.

Students will graduate with a well-rounded understanding of music performance and songwriting, both in Australia and overseas.

CRICOS CODE

→ Bachelor of Arts (Music) - 2 Years: 084558M
→ Bachelor of Arts (Music) - 3 Years: 104504M

→ Diploma of Arts (Music) - 2 Trimesters: 088017G
→ Diploma of Arts (Music) - 3 Trimesters: 104429F

→ Double Degree - Bachelor of Arts (Music) & Bachelor of Applied Business (Entertainment Management) - 3 Years: 096472G
→ Double Degree - Bachelor of Arts (Music) & Bachelor of Applied Business (Entertainment Management) - 4 Years: 104511A
→ Double Degree - Bachelor of Arts (Music) & Bachelor of Applied Business (Entertainment Management) - 4.5 Years: 104512M

OPPORTUNITIES & EXPERIENCES

 

Gain an in-depth understanding of music performance, analysis, and songwriting

Craft and produce original songs

Understand and develop performance at a professional level

Work on industry-focused projects

Get real-life experience through regular performances and recordings

Develop analytical skills in relation to music and music performance

Learn from industry experts and collaborate with students from other creative courses

Record your own music in our studios

Record an EP or take part in 60 hours of Industry Placement 

Study on-campus, online, or mixed*, with access to all of Collarts’ campus facilities

*To transfer from online to on-campus, terms and conditions apply, including meeting GTE criteria. Contact international@collarts.edu.au for more information.

DISCOVER MORE ABOUT MUSIC PERFORMANCE

RILEY CATHERALL HAS FOUND HIS HOME IN AUSSIE-AMERICANA

Singer-songwriter Riley Catherall is a crooning, velvet voice in Melbourne's exciting alt-country scene, bringing visions of bush, grass, and roads to the bustling inner-city. But the groundwork of his career was first laid in the studios and classrooms of a Collarts campus in the Music Performance course.

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HOW DAMIELOU FOUND HER COMMUNITY

When Damielou Shavelle began creating YouTube videos in her bedroom, she never anticipated the joy it would bring people. From performing on The Voice Australia with Jessie J to going viral on TikTok, here's how Collarts empowered Damielou to pursue her passion for music and performance.  

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THE HONEST MOMENTUM OF SKŸE

When was the last time you had an honest conversation with yourself? For Music Performance student Nicolas Duquemin, it was self-reflection that sparked a decision to follow his intuition and focus on becoming the artist he always wanted to be. 

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Have you ever wondered what it’s like to collaborate with artists, producers and experts at an international level and pitch your music? For Music Performance students Nicolas Duquemin and Madelyn Petch, along with Music Production students Annabel Kilpatrick and Arvan Mohtaji, their recent exchange was a whirlwind of new experiences that had them thinking global.

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INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIPS

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"I've found that the best thing about studying music is being surrounded by a group of people who are all incredibly passionate about music and are all eager to learn and improve their skills. It’s been wonderfully beneficial."

GABRIELLE PARKER

Music Performance Graduate

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"I think that being surrounded by creatives and people that are passionate about what they do, it reinforces your passion and also momentum."

NICOLAS DUQUEMIN

Music Performance Graduate

Head of Music, Jesse Hooper, helping out a student mix

"Collarts has given me so many opportunities. Studying here let me meet all the people in my band and showed me so many techniques I can apply to my own style."

JOHNNY COSTIN

Music Performance Student

Music Performance student performing onstage whipping hair back

"Collarts has helped me put my professional musicianship into further practice. Now that I'm doing a lot of session work in the industry, I'm grateful for my Collarts experience."

RILEY CATHERALL

Music Performance Graduate

Student performing with guitar

"Collarts gave me that sense of community that I was missing. It filled that hole in my chest and since then, I’ve made real connections with people. They’re now my friends in my band and the people I live with."

DAMIELOU SHAVELLE

Music Performance Graduate

Damielou looking away from the camera

HOW TO APPLY

APPLICATION
01

Apply online via the Apply Now button on the page. Soon afterwards, our International Team will contact you.

DOCUMENTATION
02

Organise and submit the requested documentation for your application, ensuring all details are correct.

INTERVIEW AND/OR AUDITION
03

Book and attend an interview and/or audition, where you will meet our friendly International Team.

OFFER
04

If your application is successful, Collarts will issue a Letter of Offer and invoice directly to you.

ACCEPTANCE
05

To accept your offer, you must return a signed Student Agreement with receipt of payment.

CONFIRMATION
06

Once your offer is accepted and your payment received, Collarts will issue an Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCOE) as evidence of your enrolment.

HEALTH COVER
07

Once you have your eCoE you must purchase your Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC).

VISA
08

To prepare for your studies in Australia, you must apply for your Visa.

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Congratulations! You're ready to start studying at Collarts.

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BACHELOR OF ARTS (MUSIC)

 

The Bachelor of Arts (Music) balances creative, technical and industry-related skills, with a focus on contemporary music performance and songwriting. 

The Bachelor degree can be completed fast-tracked over six trimesters (2 years) of full-time study or standard over nine trimesters (3 years) of full-time study.

 

THROUGHOUT THE DEGREE, YOU WILL

 

Gain an in-depth understanding of music performance, analysis, and songwriting

Craft and produce original songs

Understand and develop performance at a professional level

Work on industry-focused projects

Get real-life experience through regular performances and recordings

Develop analytical skills in relation to music and music performance

Learn from industry experts and collaborate with students from other creative courses

Record your own music in our studios

Record an EP or take part in 60 hours of Industry Placement 

Study on-campus, online, or mixed*, with access to all of Collarts’ campus facilities

 

The Bachelor, Diploma, and Double Degree of Arts (Music) are recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework, accredited through CRICOS; CRICOS Code: 084558M (2 Years)/104504M (3 Years), 088017G (2 Trimesters)/104429F (3 Trimesters), & 096472G (3 Years)/104511A (4 Years)/104512M (4.5 Years).

 

* To transfer from online to on campus, students must meet certain conditions, such as meeting GTE criteria.

Contact international@collarts.edu.au for more information.

DIPLOMA OF ARTS (MUSIC)

 

The Diploma of Arts (Music) balances creative, technical and industry-related skills, with a focus on contemporary music performance and songwriting. 

The diploma can be completed fast-tracked over two trimesters (8 months) of full-time study or standard over three trimesters (12 months) of full-time study. You also have the opportunity to progress into the Bachelor Degree (subject to academic performance).

 

THROUGHOUT THE DIPLOMA, YOU WILL

 

Gain a fundamental understanding of music performance, analysis, and songwriting

Craft and produce original songs

Understand and develop performance at a professional level

Work on industry-focused projects

Get real-life experience through regular performances and recordings 

Develop fundamental analytical skills in relation to music and music performance

Learn from industry experts and collaborate with students from other creative courses

Record your own music in our studios

Study on-campus, online, or mixed*, with access to all of Collarts’ campus facilities

 

The Bachelor, Diploma, and Double Degree of Arts (Music) are recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework, accredited through CRICOS; CRICOS Code: 084558M (2 Years)/104504M (3 Years), 088017G (2 Trimesters)/104429F (3 Trimesters), & 096472G (3 Years)/104511A (4 Years)/104512M (4.5 Years).

 

* To transfer from online to on campus, students must meet certain conditions, such as meeting GTE criteria.

Contact international@collarts.edu.au for more information.

DOUBLE DEGREE: BACHELOR OF ARTS (MUSIC) & BACHELOR OF APPLIED BUSINESS (ENTERTAINMENT MANAGEMENT)

 

If you dream of a career as a Songwriter, Recording Artist, Music Director, Artist Manager, Tour Manager, Event Manager, Festival Organiser, Booker or Venue Manager, this course is for you.

The Double Degree: Bachelor of Arts (Music) & Bachelor of Applied Business (Entertainment Management) course is perfect for people who want to develop their ability in solo and collaborative music performance, music analysis, songwriting, technical musicianship, whilst also learning about the recording, business, and management side of the music industry.

The Double degree can be completed fast-tracked over nine trimesters (3 years) of full-time study, mixed over 12 trimesters (4 years) or standard over 14 trimesters (4.5 years) of full-time study.

 

THROUGHOUT THE DOUBLE DEGREE, YOU WILL

 

Gain an in-depth understanding of music performance, analysis, and songwriting

Craft and produce original songs

Understand and develop performance at a professional level

Work on industry-focused projects

Get real-life experience through regular performances and recordings

Develop analytical skills in relation to music and music performance

Learn from industry experts and collaborate with students from other creative courses

Record your own music in our studios

Record an EP or take part in 60 hours of Industry Placement 

Manage, promote and produce live events

Gain knowledge and experience in artist and tour management

Develop an in-depth understanding of publicity, marketing and the media

Collaborate on industry projects with students from other courses

Get valuable insight into the entertainment industry from experienced teachers, and access career pathways through our industry partnerships, events and placements

Study on-campus, online, or mixed,* with access to all of Collarts’ campus facilities

 

TAILOR YOUR DOUBLE DEGREE & INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE 

 

Your first and second year of study will follow the Music Performance course matrix. In your third year, you will have the opportunity to select and tailor the following Entertainment Management study streams: Management, Marketing, or Applied Entrepreneurship. Click here to view the Entertainment Management course matrix. 

 

The Bachelor, Diploma, and Double Degree of Arts (Music) are recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework, accredited through CRICOS; CRICOS Code 084558M (2 years)/104504M (3 years), 088017G (2 trimesters)/104429F (3 trimesters) & 096472G (3 years)/104511A (4 years)/104512M (4.5 years).

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

 

Applicants will need to audition with two contrasting, contemporary pieces or 2 original songs

Applicants will need to take part in a written music theory evaluation

Applicants will need to attend an admissions interview. You will be asked questions about your experience, background, and interest in the course and/or industry

 

You will also need to supply the following documentation to support your application, including:

 A certified copy of transcripts and high school certificate (translated if necessary)

 English test results or alternative evidence of English proficiency

 A certified copy of your passport

 A current visa (if applicable)

 Proof of GTE and financials (if applicable)

 

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

 

DIPLOMA AND DEGREE APPLICANTS

International students must meet the following criteria:

Applicants must be at least 18-years-old at course commencement

Successful completion of a senior secondary school certificate equivalent to Australian Year 12

English Proficiency (see below)

Interview

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

Our English requirement is an overall IELTS score of 6.0 (with no single band score below 6.0) for all the courses, except Entertainment Journalism and Creative Writing, where students are required to have an overall IELTS score of 6.5 (with no single band score below 6.0)

Applicants may also provide the following as evidence of their English proficiency:

Results of English subjects in a range of countries’ secondary school certificate, ALevel or the International Baccalaureate. Please contact international@collarts.edu.au if you have any questions

Successful completion of an English course at any of our pathway providers

BACHELOR

BACHELOR OF ARTS (MUSIC)

 

The Bachelor of Arts (Music) balances creative, technical and industry-related skills, with a focus on contemporary music performance and songwriting. 

The Bachelor degree can be completed fast-tracked over six trimesters (2 years) of full-time study or standard over nine trimesters (3 years) of full-time study.

 

THROUGHOUT THE DEGREE, YOU WILL

 

Gain an in-depth understanding of music performance, analysis, and songwriting

Craft and produce original songs

Understand and develop performance at a professional level

Work on industry-focused projects

Get real-life experience through regular performances and recordings

Develop analytical skills in relation to music and music performance

Learn from industry experts and collaborate with students from other creative courses

Record your own music in our studios

Record an EP or take part in 60 hours of Industry Placement 

Study on-campus, online, or mixed*, with access to all of Collarts’ campus facilities

 

The Bachelor, Diploma, and Double Degree of Arts (Music) are recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework, accredited through CRICOS; CRICOS Code: 084558M (2 Years)/104504M (3 Years), 088017G (2 Trimesters)/104429F (3 Trimesters), & 096472G (3 Years)/104511A (4 Years)/104512M (4.5 Years).

 

* To transfer from online to on campus, students must meet certain conditions, such as meeting GTE criteria.

Contact international@collarts.edu.au for more information.

DIPLOMA

DIPLOMA OF ARTS (MUSIC)

 

The Diploma of Arts (Music) balances creative, technical and industry-related skills, with a focus on contemporary music performance and songwriting. 

The diploma can be completed fast-tracked over two trimesters (8 months) of full-time study or standard over three trimesters (12 months) of full-time study. You also have the opportunity to progress into the Bachelor Degree (subject to academic performance).

 

THROUGHOUT THE DIPLOMA, YOU WILL

 

Gain a fundamental understanding of music performance, analysis, and songwriting

Craft and produce original songs

Understand and develop performance at a professional level

Work on industry-focused projects

Get real-life experience through regular performances and recordings 

Develop fundamental analytical skills in relation to music and music performance

Learn from industry experts and collaborate with students from other creative courses

Record your own music in our studios

Study on-campus, online, or mixed*, with access to all of Collarts’ campus facilities

 

The Bachelor, Diploma, and Double Degree of Arts (Music) are recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework, accredited through CRICOS; CRICOS Code: 084558M (2 Years)/104504M (3 Years), 088017G (2 Trimesters)/104429F (3 Trimesters), & 096472G (3 Years)/104511A (4 Years)/104512M (4.5 Years).

 

* To transfer from online to on campus, students must meet certain conditions, such as meeting GTE criteria.

Contact international@collarts.edu.au for more information.

DOUBLE DEGREE

DOUBLE DEGREE: BACHELOR OF ARTS (MUSIC) & BACHELOR OF APPLIED BUSINESS (ENTERTAINMENT MANAGEMENT)

 

If you dream of a career as a Songwriter, Recording Artist, Music Director, Artist Manager, Tour Manager, Event Manager, Festival Organiser, Booker or Venue Manager, this course is for you.

The Double Degree: Bachelor of Arts (Music) & Bachelor of Applied Business (Entertainment Management) course is perfect for people who want to develop their ability in solo and collaborative music performance, music analysis, songwriting, technical musicianship, whilst also learning about the recording, business, and management side of the music industry.

The Double degree can be completed fast-tracked over nine trimesters (3 years) of full-time study, mixed over 12 trimesters (4 years) or standard over 14 trimesters (4.5 years) of full-time study.

 

THROUGHOUT THE DOUBLE DEGREE, YOU WILL

 

Gain an in-depth understanding of music performance, analysis, and songwriting

Craft and produce original songs

Understand and develop performance at a professional level

Work on industry-focused projects

Get real-life experience through regular performances and recordings

Develop analytical skills in relation to music and music performance

Learn from industry experts and collaborate with students from other creative courses

Record your own music in our studios

Record an EP or take part in 60 hours of Industry Placement 

Manage, promote and produce live events

Gain knowledge and experience in artist and tour management

Develop an in-depth understanding of publicity, marketing and the media

Collaborate on industry projects with students from other courses

Get valuable insight into the entertainment industry from experienced teachers, and access career pathways through our industry partnerships, events and placements

Study on-campus, online, or mixed,* with access to all of Collarts’ campus facilities

 

TAILOR YOUR DOUBLE DEGREE & INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE 

 

Your first and second year of study will follow the Music Performance course matrix. In your third year, you will have the opportunity to select and tailor the following Entertainment Management study streams: Management, Marketing, or Applied Entrepreneurship. Click here to view the Entertainment Management course matrix. 

 

The Bachelor, Diploma, and Double Degree of Arts (Music) are recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework, accredited through CRICOS; CRICOS Code 084558M (2 years)/104504M (3 years), 088017G (2 trimesters)/104429F (3 trimesters) & 096472G (3 years)/104511A (4 years)/104512M (4.5 years).

ELIGIBILITY & ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

 

Applicants will need to audition with two contrasting, contemporary pieces or 2 original songs

Applicants will need to take part in a written music theory evaluation

Applicants will need to attend an admissions interview. You will be asked questions about your experience, background, and interest in the course and/or industry

 

You will also need to supply the following documentation to support your application, including:

 A certified copy of transcripts and high school certificate (translated if necessary)

 English test results or alternative evidence of English proficiency

 A certified copy of your passport

 A current visa (if applicable)

 Proof of GTE and financials (if applicable)

 

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

 

DIPLOMA AND DEGREE APPLICANTS

International students must meet the following criteria:

Applicants must be at least 18-years-old at course commencement

Successful completion of a senior secondary school certificate equivalent to Australian Year 12

English Proficiency (see below)

Interview

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

Our English requirement is an overall IELTS score of 6.0 (with no single band score below 6.0) for all the courses, except Entertainment Journalism and Creative Writing, where students are required to have an overall IELTS score of 6.5 (with no single band score below 6.0)

Applicants may also provide the following as evidence of their English proficiency:

Results of English subjects in a range of countries’ secondary school certificate, ALevel or the International Baccalaureate. Please contact international@collarts.edu.au if you have any questions

Successful completion of an English course at any of our pathway providers

KEY INFORMATION

Start Dates
Start Dates
February, May and September
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Number of Units
8 in Diploma

24 in Bachelor
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Duration
Diploma 2 Trimesters / 3 Trimesters

Bachelor 2 Years / 3 Years
Study Mode
Study Mode
On-Campus, Online, or Mixed*
Support Services
Support Services
Free Access to Wellbeing & Academic Support
Industry Placement
Industry Placement
60 Hours of Industry Placement or Record an EP
CRICOS Code
CRICOS Code
Bachelor: 084558M/104504M

Diploma:
088017G/104429F

Double:
096472G/104511A/104512M
International Fees
International Fees On-Campus
$2974.50 per unit
Application Assistance
International Fees Online
$2502.90 per unit

 

* To transfer from online to on campus, students must meet certain conditions, such as meeting GTE criteria.
Contact international@collarts.edu.au for more information.

Course Structure

Delivery Mode - On-Campus, Online, Mixed*
FIRST YEAR TECHNIQUES AND STYLES ENSEMBLE PERFORMANCE MUSIC HISTORY AND ANALYSIS HARMONY AND AURAL STUDIES INDUSTRY AWARENESS
Trimester 1 Intro to Music Technology The Materials of Music Chart Writing Critical Thinking
Trimester 2 Foundations 1 Western Music Harmony Critical Survey
Trimester 3 Songwriting Skills Foundations 2
SECOND YEAR TECHNIQUES AND STYLES ENSEMBLE PERFORMANCE MUSIC HISTORY AND ANALYSIS HARMONY AND AURAL STUDIES INDUSTRY AWARENESS
Trimester 1 Improvisation Music Direction 1 Entertainment Industry Practices + Elective 1
Trimester 2 Music Styles Music Direction 2 Popular Music Counterpoint
Trimester 3 Professional Presentation 1 Contemporary Music Arranging for Ensembles
THIRD YEAR TECHNIQUES AND STYLES ENSEMBLE PERFORMANCE MUSIC HISTORY AND ANALYSIS HARMONY AND AURAL STUDIES INDUSTRY AWARENESS
Trimester 1 Pre-Production Global Music Studio Arranging Audio Production Concepts + Elective 2
Trimester 2 Professional Presentation 2 Australian Music Writing for the Screen Group Project + Elective 3
Trimester 3 Self Directed Project Industry Placement

TO SEE THE 2-YEAR ACCELERATED COURSE MATRIX, CLICK HERE.

Need more information on the units above? Click here for a unit outline.

* To transfer from online to on campus, students must meet certain conditions, such as meeting GTE criteria. Contact international@collarts.edu.au for more information.

LIFE IN MELBOURNE

WHAT TO EXPECT STUDYING IN MELBOURNE

Melbourne’s love for all things creative makes it an excellent place to live and study. A popular choice for international students, the city also embraces high- quality education and supports students in their ability to thrive. Study in Melbourne and hone your creative career at Collarts.

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MEET INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SARA

International student Sara shares her experience studying at Collarts, travelling all the way from Denmark and starting her career in Music Performance in Australia.

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MEET INTERNATIONAL STUDENT PAULO

Flying over from the Philippines, international student Paulo shares why he chose to start his career in Entertainment Management in Australia.

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OUR CAMPUSES

Wellington St Campus

208 Wellington St, Collingwood VIC 3066

OPENING HOURS

Mon-Fri – 8:30am-10pm
Sat-Sun – 10am-6pm

George St Campus

2/156 George St, Fitzroy VIC 3065

OPENING HOURS

Mon-Fri – 8:30am-8pm
Sat – 10am-4pm

Cromwell St Campus

67/69 Cromwell St, Collingwood VIC 3066

OPENING HOURS

Mon-Fri – 8:30am-8pm
Sat – 10am-4pm

Brunswick St Campus

209 Brunswick St, Fitzroy VIC 3065

OPENING HOURS

Mon-Fri – 8:30am-10pm
Sat-Sun – 10am-6pm