In the BMus you’ll learn to both preserve the past and nurture progress as you focus on your chosen discipline and prepare to enter a changing music industry. You’ll learn from some of the finest instrument teachers in the country, as well as recognised music historians and composers. Our partnerships with industry organisations will give you contact with leading local and international musicians.
Through your involvement in our many small and large ensembles, tutorials and studio classes, you’ll develop strong collaborative skills and grow your confidence.
You can study music alongside another discipline as part of a conjoint degree in Arts, Commerce, Engineering, Law or Science.
Read the full programme regulations for the Bachelor of Music in the University of Auckland Calendar.