How to apply to the Bachelor of Music

Domestic students
Step 1: Register

Set up an ANU School of Music Audition Profile in Embark and schedule an audition date, upload a digital audition or composition portfolio.

Step 2: Apply

Current Year 12 students

Apply through the ANU Admissions, Scholarship and Accommodation (ASA) link from 4 March 2019.

Non Year 12 applicants

Create an application to the University Admissions Centre (UAC). The School of Music code is 139114 and ANU Flexible Double Degree codes are available on the UAC website.
 

International students

Visit the ANU Students website for closing dates and application procedure. General information can be found on the International student webpage.

Important Dates
Live Performance Auditions

April 2019 Thursday 11, Friday 12, Saturday 13
October 2019 to be confirmed
November 2019

to be confirmed

Digital Performance Auditions

Current year 12 students digital auditions close on 14 April 2019
Non Year 12 applicants

digital auditions close on 10 November 2019


Composition Portfolio Documents

To be uploaded into Embark by 10 November 2019

For more information, email: music@anu.edu.au
Phone: +61 2 6125 5754

Audition Requirements for Performance Majors and Minors

Applicants interested in applying for Classical, Jazz or Contemporary Performance may either attend a live audition or upload a digital audition. Live auditions are highly encouraged. All students who audition will be automatically considered for all relevant scholarships.

Audition requirements may be found in the Auditions Guide.

Portfolios for Music Composition and Music Technology Majors

If you are planning on a major in Composition, Composition for Film & Video Games, or Music Technology the submission of a portfolio of works is strongly encouraged but not essential. Applicants with no prior experience in Composition, Composition for Film and Video Games or Music Technology may submit a statement of interest in lieu of a portfolio.

Applicants in Composition, Composition for Film and Video Games or Music Technology may submit between 1-3 scores and/or recordings of their work that they feel best represents their recent output. Submitted works may be in any musical style. Recordings are optional but not required.

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Program details

Plan:  BMUSI
UAC Code: 139114
3 years full-time
144 units

First Semester 2019 commencement – Undergraduate International

Due to high demand for our programs, applications direct to ANU for commencement in First Semester 2019 (February intake) are now closed.

Updated:  24 January 2019/Responsible Officer:  Head of School/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications