Graduate Diploma of Music - Performance and Pedagogy

The University of Adelaide

This program develops students' skills in pedagogy (learning, teaching and related processes) and performance, while developing a thorough understanding of their relationship. The program provides performance courses and pedagogy courses in each year. Two minor recitals with pedagogy-related content are undertaken. Performance is taught in one-to-one lessons with performance staff. Pedagogy is taught in seminars and workshops with off-campus teaching practise in selected schools and colleges.

Course Fee:

Australian: $26,500
International: $35,000

Entry Requirements:

Bachelor of Music or equivalent; plus audition or interview

Subjects you can Study:

Music-pedagogy; Music-performance

Study Pathways:

Students may progress to the coursework Master of Music (Performance and Pedagogy).

Further information:

Career opportunities Graduates commence careers: as performers in one or more specialist branches, such as solo performance, chamber music or orchestral playing; and as teachers able to function successfully in a variety of settings and circumstances. Subject to local registration or accreditation requirements, graduates may consider primary or secondary-level teaching in the private studio, the school and college campus, as well as various teaching modes, such as individual or small-group.

Accepts International Students:

Yes

Provider CRICOS: 00123M

Related Careers:

Musician, Teacher - Music,
Campus ATAR/OP Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
North Terrace No info Yes Full time 1 year

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