Is music for you?
If you’ve been performing or creating music, then studying music at university level is an excellent way to continue your studies and prepare you for a career as a professional musician or in a music-related field.
Develop your skills
The Bachelor of Music prepares students for a musical career at a professional standard. The degree is conducted over three years of full-time study or part-time equivalent, all of which is undertaken at The Conservatorium, located in the Civic Centre precinct of Newcastle.
The degree aims to musical develop skills by providing every opportunity to develop individual creativity while receiving high quality training in music.
What is involved?
You will receive individual and group tuition in the area of your principal study, attend classes in essential core academic curricula, and have the opportunity to study a variety of music courses. You may specialise in performance (instrumental/voice), composition, creative music production, or perhaps undertake a combination of these areas in a double major.
The Conservatorium is also able to offer a variety of musical experiences including opportunity to attend concerts by a diverse range of world class musicians who regularly visit The Conservatorium.
If you are interested in the Bachelor of Music, you can also look at combining this degree with the Bachelor of Arts. You will be able to complete two degrees in just four years, when studying full-time. Bachelor of Music/Bachelor of Arts