Welcome to the Conservatorium's current student website. Here, you'll be able to find everything you need to know about the Faculty's policies, course information and requirements. You can also download resources and forms for certain administrative procedures.
If you are unable to attend, information being covered in the session is provided below.
Postgraduate coursework students (Grad Cert, Grad Dip, MMusStudies) are also asked to complete a short University survey. The survey will be available at the orientation session, or can be completed at Student Administration Office.
- Sydney University Postgraduate Representative Association (SUPRA)
Graduate Studies Handbook
Sydney Conservatorium of Music Handbook
Doctor of Musical Arts Guidelines
2015 Student Orientation Pack
2015 Orchestral Studies Handbook
- Policies and procedures (e.g. exchange, special consideration, students at risk)
- Postgraduate Research Support Scheme (PRSS) funding
- Postgraduate seminars for 2015
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- Conservatorium Library
The Conservatorium Library provides a number of online tutorials about how to search for library items, internet resources for music and offers library information sessions for graduate students twice a semester.
- Postgraduate Room - Room 2131, level 2
You are encouraged to use this room and this is a hot desk space. The postgraduate room is available Monday through Saturday between 7am and 10pm. For access please see Rodney at the front reception to have your ID card encoded.
There are several lockers available in the postgraduate room. Alternatively you may apply for a permanent locker for the year. Further information about lockers, availability, hiring costs and how to apply.
There is a dedicated postgraduate noticeboard on level 2 outside the Conservatorium Library and a general noticeboard outside Student Administration on level 3. You are advised to check these regularly, as well as your student email account.
- Key contacts
Graduate course contacts
Search the University's staff directory
All students receive a confirmation of their enrolment at the beginning of semester. It is your responsibility to ensure that your enrolment is correct.
If you wish to enrol in a unit of study that has a pre or corequisite that you do not meet, you must obtain the written approval of the course coordinator of the unit of study in which you wish to enrol. Student Administration cannot override any pre or corequisites without academic approval. If you need to have a pre or corequisite waived, your enrolment variation must be completed at the Student Administration Office. You will not be able to make changes online.
If you are enrolled in your final year, you are strongly encouraged to confirm that the units you have enrolled in will enable completion of all requirements for your degree. Changes to enrolment to establish potential graduand status must be made by 31st March for Semester 1, and 31st August for Semester 2. You should apply to the Student Administration Office for a graduand check well before the end of March or August.