Conservatorium performance timetable and examinations

Student timetables, exam timetables and music performance timetables.

Performance Timetable

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 in 2018 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.

2018 Practical Music/Performance Classes - Semester 2

Exam Timetable

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

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

Practical Examinations at the Conservatorium

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 this semester are required to submit a Practical Exam Program Approval.

The Examination timetable is often released part way through the Semester, and all students are notified via their student email address of its availability. 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.

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Written Examinations at the Conservatorium

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.

The Examination timetable is often released part way through the Semester, and all students are notified via their student email address of its availability. Students should note their exam times in their diaries and ensure they are familiar with exam locations.

Semester 1, 2018 Written Exam Timetable will be released from Week 8.

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

Semester 2, 2018 Exam Timetable

Subject codeSubject titleExam typeExam lengthExam dateExam timeExam location
MUSI10023 Music Language 1 Written & Listening 1 hour + 10 mins reading time Monday 29 October 1:15pm - 2:25pm Peter Hall, J.H. Michell Theatre
MUSI20061 Music Language 2 Written & Listening 90 mins Monday 29 October 9am - 10:30am Old Arts, Theatre A
MUSI20207 Aural Studies 1 Written & Listening 90 mins + 5 mins reading time Tuesday 30 October 1pm - 2:35pm Old Arts, Theatre A
MUSI30255 Advanced Aural Studies Written & Listening 90 mins Tuesday 30 October 10am - 11:30am Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, Heinze room (212)
MUSI20196 Riffs: Guitar Cultures and Practice 2 Listening 60 mins  Tuesday 30 October 11am - 12pm Old Arts, Theatre D
MUSI20105; MUSI20104; MUSI30139 Shakuhachi 1, 2 & Shakuhachi Ensemble Practical  10 mins per studentMonday, 29 & Wednesday 31 October1pm-6pm210 Berkeley, G01
MUSI20108; MUSI20135; MUSI20209 Chinese Music Ensemble Practical  10 mins per student - students need to stay for 2 hours Friday, 9 November10am-3pm210 Berkeley, G01