How to apply to the Bachelor of Music

Step 1: Apply

You must apply to the ANU either directly (current year 12 students) or through the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC)

Domestic applications – ANU Undergraduate

International applications – ANU Undergraduate

Current ANU students – Transferring between degrees

For further information on how to apply to ANU or for more information on the co-curricular or service requirement please visit the ANU website.

 

Step 2: Create an Embark Account

To register for an audition you must create an Embark account. For all other majors we ask you to register to upload a portfolio of works. 

Performance Auditions 

To be accepted into the Performance Major or Minor you will need to pass audition. An outcome letter will be sent as soon as practicable after the audition. Please note that this does not replace the ANU application process (see step 1). All students who successfully audition will be automatically considered for relevant scholarships.

Auditions Guide 

You must prepare your audition as per the auditions guide.

Performance Auditions 2021

Embark applications close Sunday 31 October 2021

Live auditions will be held on 25, 26, 27 November 2021

 

Portfolios for Composition, Composition for Film and Video Games, Musicology and Music Technology Majors

If you are interested in one of the above majors, the submission of a portfolio of works is strongly encouraged but not mandatory. Applicants with no prior experience may submit a statement of interest in lieu of a portfolio. Applicants 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.

Portfolio Uploads

Embark applications close Sunday 31 October 2021

 

 

 

View on Programs and Courses website

Program details

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

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