Conservatorium Performance Timetable and Examinations

Conservatorium performance timetable and examinations, student timetables, exam timetables and music performance timetables

Once enrolled, Conservatorium students can access their personal subject timetable via their my.unimelb, as well as use the portal to register for classes. Access the student pages on class registration and your timetable to help you get started.

Please note: Class registration is not available for Practical Music 1-6, Performance 3-6, Concerto, Recital, and Practical Study 1-2. For information on which subjects to attend, please click the link below:

2021 Practical Music/Performance Class timetable [Semester 1][PDF]

Please log in to the LMS for your enrolled practical music subject. There, you will find your examination due date, and access to a copy of the Practical Examination Handbook.

Students may have examination timetables where all or part of their final assessment includes sitting either a central or departmental exam. The University always ensures the Examination period is published in the Academic Calendar ahead of time, in order to provide students with enough notice.

Any clash with another assessment should be reported immediately by submitting the Conservatorium online Exam Clash Notification form.

Practical examinations are scheduled by the Faculty individually for each student who is required to present either a technical or recital exam. Students presenting recital exams are required to submit a Practical Exam Program Approval.

Students should note their exam times in their diaries and ensure they are familiar with exam locations.

Arrangements for an accompanist should be made where appropriate, noting that exams cannot be changed to suit accompanist availability.

Login to our Timetables webpage to search for exams.

Please log in to the LMS for your enrolled subject for all exam information, including dates for your written examinations.

All other types of exams within the Conservatorium are referred to as Written Exams, for the purpose of scheduling. Certain subjects may require a final examination assessment in the form of written, aural, presentation, practical or multiple undertakings.

Students should note their exam times in their diaries and ensure they are familiar with exam locations.

If you have a clash with another exam, please complete the Exam Clash Notification Form.