Congratulations to all students who have accepted their offer to study at the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music at the University of Melbourne.
Bachelor of Music orientation
Orientation for the Bachelor of Music (Performance, Composition, Musicology, and Ethnomusicology) will be held at Parkvile on Tuesday July 17.
|10.30–10.40 am||Director's Welcome||Associate Professor Elliott Gyger||Tallis Room, Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, Parkville|
|10.40–11.05 am||Bachelor of Music information session||Derek Jones||Tallis Room, Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, Parkville|
|10.40–11.05 am||Bachelor of Music (Hons) information session||Associate Professor Elliott Gyger||Heinze Room, Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, Parkville|
|11.05–11.35 am||Practical and Ensemble Information||Derek Jones||Tallis Room, Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, Parkville|
|11.35–11.45 am||IgniteLab: Professional Development in the Music World||James McKinnon||Tallis Room, Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, Parkville|
|11.45–12.30 pm||Academic skills|
Timetables and room bookings
Health and safety
|Various presenters||Tallis Room, Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, Parkville|
|12.30–2.00 pm||Music Student Society Lunch||Music Student Society||Heinze Room, Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, Parkville|
|2.30–3.30 pm||Library Tour and Workshop||Julie Cohen and Nathan Parry||ERC Level 1 ELearning Studio|
New Student Interviews
Commencing students will need to attend an interview in the first week of classes. A detailed schedule of New Student Interviews will be made available in O week.
All string, woodwind, brass and percussion students must audition for Orchestral Ensembles. Visit the Orchestral Ensembles webpage for important information, or contact Edwina Dethridge (Orchestral and Wind Symphony Coordinator) – email@example.com
Slides from Orientation Information Session
Masters of Producing orientation
Orientation for the Masters of Producing will be held at Southbank on Friday July 20 from 8.45am–12pm.
|8.50–9.00 am||Overview||Donna Hensler||Federation Hall, Southbank|
|9.00–10.00 am||VCA FTV Compliance, RAM's and Producing Short Films||Stephanie Phillips (Screen Production Coordinator)||Federation Hall, Southbank|
|10.00–10.45 am||Library session||Ruth McConchie||Tute room 4 (860–222), level 2, Elisabeth Murdoch Building|
|10.45–11.00 am||Coffee break|
|11.00–12.00 pm||VCA Campus Tour||Donna Hensler||Foyer in FTV Building|
|12.00–12.30 pm||Student Photos||Gordon Lyon||Meet in Foyer of FTV Building|
|12.30–1.00 pm||Graduate Student Association||GSA||Producers Room (861-110) FTV Building|
Get started in the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music
The links below will help you to get started on your journey at the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music.
For enrolment needs, speak to Stop 1. They can help you with a wide range of administrative tasks.
Book an appointment or find resources from Academic Skills.
If you are ever finding things a little rough you should contact Counselling and Psychological Services. They have workshops, resources and also individual appointments.
If you need representation you could speak to your Student Representative from UMSU.
You have access to all University libraries, including our Faculty's Louise Hanson-Dyer Music Library, the Lenton Parr Library and Visual and Performing Arts Library.
We have a new timetabling system called ASIMUT. You can use it to make room bookings.
The whole of the Southbank Campus is undergoing significant redevelopment. More information here,
If you missed the compulsory sessions for the Bachelor of Music you should get in contact with your academics immediately, as in some cases they use the New Student interviews to determine your teachers. If you are in the PCME Stream of the Bachelor of Music, please see the Student Guide here.