• Jason de Wilde
  • Head of School

    Jason de Wilde
  • Qualification

    Undergraduate
  • Campus

    Sydney & Melbourne

 

Your Bachelor of Music (Arts Management) will speak volumes:

 

  • Learn how to build a creative business: management, promotion, marketing and communications, entertainment law, economics and finance
  • Grow your industry networks and graduate with real-world experience as part of your industry internship
  • Collaborate and perform with artists in other AIM courses to feed your creativity and better understand the artist’s side of the business
  • Tap into a wide range of genres, styles and sounds and diversify your knowledge of music theory, history and culture
  • Graduate ready to work in the arts, music and entertainment industry, not-for-profit sector, small business and international marketplace
  • Be taught and mentored by high-calibre industry professionals in a supportive, creative environment. Learn from teachers who are actively shaping the entertainment industry and can show you the best and latest practices across a diverse and evolving arts landscape

 

Download the Program Guide for course structure and subject details.

 

Our subject streams in Arts Management combine music business education with performance studies:

1. Arts & entertainment management: A thorough grounding for a broad range of managerial roles across the arts, music and entertainment industries.

 

2. Associated studies & electives: Develop your ability to critique and contextualise a variety of genres; cultivate your performance skills and collaborate with up-and-coming artists as part of an ensemble; sharpen your understanding of entertainment law, contracts and negotiations; explore more by choosing electives from other music study streams or focusing on specific areas of entertainment management.

Graduate with entertainment contacts and proven experience – our internship opportunities can set you up for a successful career

 

In this gig, who you know is just as important as what you know. The final year of your degree includes an industry internship, which often leads to offers of employment. Your internship in the B Music Arts Management will help you to:

  • Develop and expand your industry network
  • Put your professional skills into practice
  • Gain unique insights into the dynamics of the arts environment, including managerial and organisational issues
  • Grow in confidence and make an immediate impact in a real industry workplace
  • Establish a CV with industry references
  • Get your foot in the door for paid employment that matches your passion

 

Our industry internship partners include:

  • Universal Music
  • Warner Music Australia
  • Sony Music
  • Secret Sounds
  • TMRW Music (formerly known as Ministry of Sound)
  • Architects of Entertainment
  • Elefant Traks
  • Sony ATV
  • Oxford Art Factory
  • Source Music

Our electives will enhance your degree, feed your creativity and add to your learning experience 

Shape your experience at AIM. You can choose electives from any of AIM’s other Bachelor of Music study streams: contemporary, composition & music production, musical theatre, audio and classical. Or you can hone in on specific areas of arts management, including:

  • Tour Management
  • Artist & Repertoire Management
  • Musical Journalism
  • Stage & Production Management
  • Visual Media & Design Skills
  • Making Money in the Entertainment Industry

 

 

Audition/Portfolio Requirements

Applicants are required to provide a portfolio of two musical items. This may include any of the following forms of evidence:

  • A live performance (to be performed during the interview)
  • A recorded visual or audio performance
  • A recorded original composition
  • A PDF score of an original composition or arrangement
  • A handwritten score of an original composition or arrangement
  • An audio mix of a musical work

 

Applicants may choose to provide a combination of evidence e.g. a live performance of an existing work and a recording of an original track.

Applicants may be required to attend an interview.

 

NSW Year 12

Applicants must have completed the NSW Higher School Certificate in the last 2 years and completed a minimum of English Standard. Note that any result below a Band 3 in English Standard may require further assessment. 

 

Victorian Year 12

Applicants must have completed an Australian Senior Secondary Year 12 Certificate in the last 2 years; for VCE (Victorian Certificate of Education) Students; Satisfactory completion of the VCE and Units 3 and 4 English. Any of the four VCE English studies  - English, English as an Additional Language, Literature or English Language -satisfies the requirement for English; however, Units 3 and 4 must be completed in sequence and in the same calendar year.

 

VCAL (Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning): The completion of senior VCAL will be recognized for entry into the Diploma of Music providing the audition requirements are met. Audition requirements are listed below.

 

For all other admissions criteria, please refer to the Admissions Criteria policy available here:

 Bachelor of Music specific admissions

For more information on the specific entry and admissions processes relevant to your program of interest and your student status, please follow the links below:

Domestic Students

How to Apply

Admissions Criteria

 

International Students

How to Apply

Admissions Criteria