The first year of the Bachelor of Music focuses on developing musical knowledge and performance skills. Work on your abilities individually, and within groups. Students must complete this year of study before being eligible for the second year of the Bachelor of Music.
The second year of the Bachelor of Music gives students a chance to advance the development of their chosen stream (vocals, an instrument or song writing). The Diploma in Performance Music (Level 6) is a one-year Diploma equivalent to second-year university, which directly follows on from the prerequisite one-year Diploma in Contemporary Music (Level 5).
Enrol in the Bachelor of Music (Contemporary Christian Music) and study the type of music you love - Rock, Pop, R&B, Jazz, Classical... The degree is based in a dynamic Christian atmosphere, helping you to grow in your faith while taking your musical skills to an advanced level.
Absolutely. All of our qualifications are accredited and approved through the New Zealand Qualification Authority (NZQA) and are internationally recognised.
We have two values that we use to guide our decisions:
God Honouring (He whakahonore i te Atua)
Client Focussed (He manaaki i te tangata)
No you don’t. We will teach and review theory skills from the start.
We can look at your results and the information about each paper you have completed and we may be able to award an RPL (Recognition of Prior learning) for you to continue your study in our programme.
Absolutely. Our graduates have continued on to complete a Post-Graduate Diploma or an Honours Degree and then on to completing a Master's Degree.
Broadly, if you’re a New Zealander who finished school in 2017, 2018 or if you will finish school during 2019, you qualify for a year of fees-free provider-based tertiary education in 2019.
If you’re not a recent school leaver, and you’ve done less than half a year of tertiary education or training (whether in New Zealand or in any other country), you may also qualify.
Follow this link to the Fees Free website to find out more.