The ANU Bachelor of Music provides an environment for you to explore your interests and to study with an internationally recognized faculty. Our professors are more than just teachers, they are active professionals who will mentor and guide you through your journey. We have a unique teaching pedagogy that combines the best elite European conservatory training with cutting edge technological advances of the 21st century.
Housing one of the most advanced recording studios in the world, the ANU School of Music will prepare you for a broad spectrum of musical careers ranging from classical and jazz performance to electronic music, multimedia composition and audio engineering to historical musicology, or ethnomusicology and popular music studies.
Music at ANU
All students receive a broad core training in music theory and aural skills, and an overview of the historical and social context of music with a focus on music written after 1900.
You can specialise in one of our five majors:
- Composition for Film and Video Games
- Music technology
You will have the opportunity to explore the genres of classical, jazz, contemporary, popular and world music as well as the intersections of these genres with the technologies of electronic music, audio recording and multimedia.
The School of Music offers generous one-to-one teaching allocations for undergraduate students. You will also have access to magnificent purpose-built facilities including Llewellyn Hall, which regularly hosts concerts by national and international soloists and ensembles, our brand new recording studio, Pro Tools/Logic Lab and ambisonic performance space. You are only a short walk away from major cultural institutions such as the National Film and Sound Archive and the National Library.
Flexible Double Degree
The Bachelor of Music can be combined with degrees in Arts, Law, Business or Science, as part of the ANU Flexible Double Degree program. For a full list of degree combinations see anu.edu.au/study/study-options/flexible-double.
There are internship and study abroad opportunities for both international and domestic students. See anip.anu.edu.au or anu.edu.au/students/careers-opportunities/global-programs for more information.