Shaping the future of music training and performance
ANU School of Music has a proud and rich history. It was the first purpose-built music school facility in Australia and for more than 45 years, the school has played a central role in the cultural life of Canberra and our region. Today the School is again at the forefront in shaping the future of music training and performance in Australia. From 2013, the School will deliver a new model of music education which supports the vocational and professional needs of students as well as enabling them to better understand music in its broader social and cultural context.
New offerings in the Bachelor of Music
In 2013, the ANU Bachelor of Music will have a range of new and exciting opportunities that will allow you to explore your passion for music and develop professional skills for a broad range of careers.
Choice and flexibility
This degree is all about choice and supported by three core majors of study: Music Performance, Creative and Professional Practice, and Music Inquiry.
Broaden your horizons by combining music with another degree.
Flexible study options will help open doors to a wide variety of musical career connections in the wider arts community and beyond.
Multiple entry pathways
Entry to the degree is via Year 12 results (ATAR). Talented students who may have had limited access to formal musical training before University are welcome to apply.