Study Music at Collarts Melbourne - Get a head start on your big break with a music course
Everyone knows the music industry is a competitive game, but with a degree from Collarts you’ll have a huge advantage. Learn about music, develop the skills you’ll need and gain the knowledge to take you to the top of the game in one of our music courses, from VCE vocational education and training (VET) courses to our new two-year degree program. No other music college in Melbourne allows you to fast-track a full degree like Collarts does; study music at Collarts, and you’ll be working in the music industry sooner.
Prepare for life as a professional musician, producer or manager. Courses combine the development of creative skills with education in the technical and theoretical music study aspects of the craft, giving you a complete education.
In your music classes, you’ll be surrounded by other musicians and people wanting to get in to the field, practising skills and using Collarts’ in-school studio to gain valuable experience. During the degree courses you can choose from a range of music classes including placement electives, giving you priceless access to industry connections. If you’ve always wanted to study music, Melbourne is the place to do it; you’ll be surrounded by a wealth of experience and opportunities to learn music first hand from real professional musicians.
Finished your course? The lecturers and tutors at Collarts have all worked in the industry and maintain a great network of contacts. They can provide graduates with guidance on their transition from music college to the workforce. Collarts is well respected as a music college Australia-wide by industry professionals, so you’ll have a head start on other Australian music college graduates.
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To view the current course catalogue of available music classes at the Melbourne campus or to enquire about music class enrolment, click the 'Contact Us' button above. You may also be eligible for government funding to help you study music in Australia; ask about FEE-HELP when you speak to a student advisor.