In this degree, you will be taught by staff who have many years of industry and research experience.
Our ongoing lecturing staff hold relevant PhD qualifications and have first-hand knowledge of music performance, international touring, music journalism, event coordination and/or the music business. In addition, we invite guest teachers from across the spectrum of cultural organisations, arts bodies, and music businesses. This enables our students to experience the breadth and depth of employment possibilities in the music industry.
You’ll learn through a variety of teaching and learning modes, such as lectures, seminars, tutorials, work integrated learning and problem-solving workshops. There will also be opportunities for hands-on learning through music-making in our Ableton Live music production studio, and DJ studio. The final year of study involves an industry placement where you’ll learn from professionals in a real-world setting.