300 point program
3 years full-time / part-time unavailable
Important Dates for International Applicants
Applications open: 5 February 2018
Applications close: 30 April 2018
The Bachelor of Music (Interactive Composition) is only open to students seeking to transfer from an equivalent music degree taken at a tertiary institution, and suitable for entry directly into Semester 2. Please note that you will need to provide evidence of previous tertiary study in the form of a transcript or statement of results in order to apply to the Bachelor of Music.
Applicants for the Bachelor of Music must meet the following criteria:
- Successful completion of the VCE (or equivalent qualification);
- A study score of at least 25 in Units 3 and 4 English/English Language/Literature;
- A study score of at least 30 in Units 3 and 4 EAL.
There is no minimum ATAR requirement.
English Language Requirements
The University of Melbourne has a set of English language requirements which all applicants must meet. If you have completed a previous degree which was taught and assessed entirely in English you do not have to undertake a test.
How do I apply?
There are three components to each application. Applicants must submit all components by the application closing date:
1. University Application
Domestic applicants apply via VTAC
International applicants apply directly via the University's application portal*
* International students who are completing Year 12 studies in Australia must apply through VTAC and complete their Audition Application Form as a domestic applicant.
2. Audition Application Form
Complete the Audition Application Form on SlideRoom.
3. Folio and Audition
Submit a folio of works and recorded audition via the Audition Application Form on SlideRoom. For more information, please see the Auditions and Interviews page.
In addition to your University application fee, applicants will be charged a processing fee of:
- $10USD payable via SlideRoom
Interested in more than one specialisation or instrument?
Submit one direct application via the University's application portal and separate Audition Application Form for each specialisation or instrument you wish to apply for. You may also be required to attend separate auditions.