Expand your musical technique and understanding within your choice of creative practice in classical, jazz, composition, or popular music specialisation, or in your music studies specialisation at New Zealand’s largest tertiary music school.
In the BMus you’ll learn to both preserve the past and nurture progress as you focus on your chosen discipline and prepare to enter a changing music industry. You’ll learn from some of the finest instrument teachers in the country, as well as recognised music historians and composers.
The university partnerships with industry organisations will give you contact with leading local and international musicians.
Through your involvement in the university many small and large ensembles, tutorials and studio classes, you’ll develop strong collaborative skills and grow your confidence.
You can study music alongside another discipline as part of a conjoint degree in Arts, Commerce, Advanced Science, Design, Engineering, Global Studies, Law or Science.
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Selection into the BMus programme will be based on your academic history and, for some music specialisations, on the strength of your audition or portfolio. (A specialisation in Composition or Music Studies has no audition or portfolio requirements).
You could be eligible for another programme, or check out these alternative pathways:
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