The University of Melbourne
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PrerequisitesUnits 3 & 4: A study score of at least 25 in English/English Language/Literature or at least 30 in EAL. Selection into the Bachelor of Music is based on talent as well as academic performance. Applicants must complete an audition and musicianship test. For your audition to be at a competitive standard, it is recommended that the repertoire you perform be at the equivalent standard of Grade 7 AMEB (Grade 8 ABRSM) on your instrument or Grade 5 AMEB for voice. Details here.
Available through the Bachelor of Music

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Our specialist studies in Ethnomusicology give you the chance to explore your intellectual curiosity and consider music from a philosophical and methodological point of view.

Ethnomusicology considers why people make music the way that they do, particularly the social processes involved in music-making.

During your studies, you will develop knowledge, skills and practices that provide a basis for independent critical enquiry and research-based writing, as well as the ability and self-confidence to comprehend and present complex concepts.

The musicology and ethnomusicology majors offer you a highly flexible course structure, with opportunities to blend academic and performance-based activities through participation in ensemble and chamber-music activities.

The majors can also offer a pathway to specialised study at honours or graduate level.


This major can be your pathway to a range of employment options within a musical portfolio career, including:

  • Music researcher
  • Music journalist
  • Music critic or reviewer
  • Music editor
  • Music educator
  • Music administrator.
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