Graduate Research students cannot self-enrol. When you first commenced your course, staff at the Faculty Research Office enrolled you in your course
Information and support for current Graduate Research students at the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music.
Information about scholarship and studentship opportunities for research students.
Advice on getting approval for doing research with people or animals. Advice on research integrity, conflicts and breaches and Research Integrity Online Training
Research Masters in Music Performance
From 2019 all Master of Music courses by research have been combined into one course.
The new course is the Master of Music (Research).
For students who are studying Music Performance the course structure depends on whether you commenced in 2018 or earlier, in which case you will be enroled in the Master of Music (Music Performance) - 652MP; or, if you commenced in 2019 or later you will be enroled in the Master of Music (Research) with Music Performance as your discipline.
For details see the relevant section below:
- For students who commenced in 2018 or earlier.
- For Students Commencing in 2019 and later
PhD - Music Performance
Information for students enrolled in the PhD in Music Performance.
Graduate Research seminar - Melbourne Conservatorium of Music
Graduate Research students enrolled at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music in the disciplines of Composition, Music Performance, Music Psychology and Performance Science and Musicology/Ethnomusicology are required to attend Postgraduate Seminar and present a paper. Seminar details for the current semester appear here.
Portfolio Recordings Support Scheme for Music
PhD students in Jazz and Improvisation and Music Performance can apply for support towards the production of their performance portfolio for examination
Graduate Research Theatre Profiles
See what our Graduate Researchers in Theatre are up to here.
Contact the Research Office
The Faculty of Fine Arts and Music Research Office provides a range of services to support research staff and RHD (Research Higher Degree) students. For more information about current research, graduate research opportunities, or support for current researchers, contact the Research Office.