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Undergraduate courses

Break your perceived boundaries of musical ability and creativity
Become part of our vibrant and diverse community of highly experienced teachers, performers, scholars and an exceptionally talented student body – all of whom share a passion for music.

Why study an undergraduate course at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music?

The skills and experience you develop at the Sydney Conservatorium will be a touchstone of excellence and a capstone educational experience for the rest of your life.

  • Gain access to first-class instruments, facilities and performance spaces.
  • Receive guidance tailored to your ability from dedicated teachers with years of experience as performers and touring musicians.
  • Our frequent and well attended events give you the opportunity to practise and perfect your skills on stage.
  • Our industry and community partnerships open collaboration opportunities.
  • Harness your creativity within a vibrant and talented community of aspiring musicians, researchers and educators – all of whom share a passion for music.

Emma Henderson

Emma Henderson performing
Bachelor of Music (Contemporary Music Practice)
It was so exciting to study so many music-related subjects at the Con after graduating from high school. The facilities and teachers are so inspiring and my musical knowledge and abilities really evolved."
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How to apply

  1. Make an application through UAC or the University of Sydney
  2. Register online for an audition, portfolio submission or interview
  3. Check your email for a confirmation of your registration from the Conservatorium

If you are an international student, please check the University of Sydney website first for entry requirements.

Application Process: 

Step 1: Gain an ATAR or an equivalent international qualification

Step 2: Meet the English language requirement

Step 3: Register your audition online. You may submit a recorded audition if you are unable to attend in person. The recording must be no longer than 4 months at the time of submitting the audition. If submitting a portfolio, upload this in your audition registration and include your skype name if unable to attend your interview in person.  

2019 Key dates

Make sure you register your audition before the closing date.

Main round auditions 27 September to 4 October (excluding weekends)
Registration closing date for main round
1 September (11.59pm AEST)
Late round auditions 25 November to 6 December (excluding weekends)
Registration closing date for late round 1 November (11.59pm AEST)

Auditions and interviews of each discipline are scheduled on certain days. Check the Audition dates (pdf, 122KB) to see when yours will be held.

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Opening Hours: 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday
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  • Level 3, 160 City Road, Darlington Campus Jane Foss Russell Building G02

Undergraduate and postgraduate guide 2020

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Undergraduate pre-admission and audition requirements

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