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Current Student Services
Congratulations to all students who have accepted their offer to study at the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music at the University of Melbourne.
The Melbourne Conservatorium of Music provides students with an accompanist allowance to rehearse and perform with an approved accompanist in performance classes and practical examinations
The Conservatorium has a selection of musical instruments that are available for loan to current students for use in course-related activities
Eligibility, registration and audition information for students wishing to participate in the Orchestral Ensembles
Student timetables, exam timetables and music performance timetables
Forms for certain internal permissions throughout the duration of your enrolment, such as extensions, advanced standing, subject changes, etc.
Information and support for current Graduate Research students at the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music.
Make an appointment with technical staff, reserve equipment, access technical resources and book a space.
The 2019 Student Guides for Bachelor of Music (Performance, Composition, Musicology and Ethnomusicology) and Bachelor of Music Honours (Performance, Tailored, Composition, Musicology and Ethnomusicology) students.
2019 Student Guides are now available in the B-Mus (PCME) and MCM Honours LMS communities.Please log in to the LMS and navigate to the B-MUS Performance community to access your student guide.
You can also download the 2019 B-Mus Student Guide here.
Student unions and societies
UMSU is a non-profit organisation run by students, for students. It provides quality experiences on campus that create a community for students, staff and visitors from a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences.
VCASA represents and upholds the rights of VCA students and artists. It provides advice and services across a range of areas, and offer events and opportunities to VCA students.