INTRODUCING FOUR NEW UNDERGRADUATE CERTIFICATES

AIM is now offering FOUR new short-term Undergraduate Certificate courses that will level up your knowledge and provide you with the practical skills to help future-proof your music career.

Whether you are an established performer or producer, an experienced music industry practitioner, someone looking to improve their music theory, or simply a passionate musician - no matter what area you want to upskill in, we have the right course for you!

 

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    How Much Study is Involved?

    The Undergraduate certificates are completed in 2 study periods. Each study period consists of 12 weeks of delivery and two weeks of assessments. For successful completion of the award candidates must complete a total of 24 credit points:

    • 12 credit points completed in the in the first study period.
    • 12 credit points completed in the second study period.

     

    Hours of Study Per week

    You should set aside 12 hours per week for attending online lectures and tutorials. There will be additional time required for discussion groups, personal practice and study!

     

    Transition to further study

    Graduates of the Undergraduate Certificates will be qualified to undertake further studies at AQF 5, 6, or 7 levels, with full credit granted if you progress into the Bachelor of Music at AIM.

     

    Entry Requirements

    The qualification is available for domestic students who:

    • Have completed year 12 or equivalent at secondary level; and/or,
    • Have a VET qualification at AQF Level 3 or 4; and,
    • Satisfy the minimum English language entry requirements; or
    • You are a Mature Age Student (over 21)

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    Pathway to further study

    Successful completion of the award may qualify students to enter the Bachelor of Music (Classical or Contemporary or Music Theatre) programs with 100% credit transferred for units completed. Note: Students wishing to enter the Bachelor programs must satisfy normal entry requirements.

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