ETI Course Catalogue
Diploma of Music Business
About this Qualification
National Code: CUS50309
CRICOS Code: 076545E
TAFE ID: D362
Duration: 2 years
Central Institute of Technology: Leederville campus
Set up your own business or work as an employee in the music industry with this Diploma. You'll learn combined music and business skills in event promotion, artist management, record label operations and music publishing.
This hands-on approach throughout the year culminates in opportunities for work placement for you to apply a range of specific music business skills.
By studying music at Central you'll benefit from the best facilities and musical heritage in Western Australia. Since 1996 Central's music graduates have gone on to form bands such as Birds of Tokyo and work with bands such as Gyroscope, Karnivool and Eskimo Joe all under the guidance of our industry experienced lecturers.
To gain admission to this qualification you need to meet the minimum entry requirement equivalent to Australian Year 10. Students are required to submit a CV (Personal Resume) with their application. An Interview will be undertaken closer to admission.
Year 10 - 12
Certificate III in Music CUS30109
Certificate III in Technical Production CUS30209 (6 months)
Certificate IV in Music Business
CUS40309 (6 months)
Diploma of Music - Business CUS50309
Major Study Areas
- Legal & administrative requirements
- Performing & recording deals & contracts
- Occupational health & safety
- Maintaining music industry knowledge
- Developing & managing budgets
- Risk management
- Operational planning
- Project management
How is this Qualification Taught?
- Practical industry experience
Music Project Manager
Music Licensing Manager
Music Marketing Manager
Artist & Repertoire Assistant
University opportunities for further study may be available. Please contact the Universities direct for more information.
Click the following link for further information on Advanced Standing and Credit Transfer.
Tuition: $10,500 per year
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News: Read the success story about Rebecca (Bex) Chilcott who completed a Certificate IV and Diploma of Music Business in 2009. This Central Institute of Technology Music Business graduate has scored her dream gig where she can combine her passion for music and events.
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