Collarts (Australian College of the Arts Pty Ltd) is a dynamic independent tertiary education college full of passion, individuality and opportunity. Focused on creating real career pathways into the creative sector for students, Collarts delivers industry-based learning coupled with strong personal and professional development across four different campuses. Throughout their 30-year history as an education provider, Collarts (formerly AusMusic) has gained a reputation for delivering high quality, tertiary education, with a distinct ability to always be at the forefront of contemporary culture. Collarts' commitment to industry connection, agility, and cultural relevance makes it a popular choice for students wanting the best start to a real career in the creative industry. Collarts offers fully accredited Bachelor Degrees or Diplomas in: Animation and VFX; Audio Engineering; Comedy; Content Creation; Entertainment Journalism (Diploma only); Entertainment Management; Fashion Marketing; Interior Design; Music Performance Music Production. Being an independent tertiary college allows Collarts to offer a more specialised experience than a traditional university. Students are taught by industry leaders who have collectively worked with the world's best music acts, produced and recorded award-winning albums, managed some of Australia's best-known events, and created editorial and creative content for some of the world's leading media outlets. By offering a hands-on, collaborative approach to learning, Collarts strives to support those who want to succeed in the creative and entertainment industries, both nationally and internationally. Throughout their education, students are given opportunities to gain work experience at music festivals, entertainment venues, recording facilities, radio stations, and with brands and organisations at the forefront of contemporary culture. As part of each degree, students also undertake a comprehensive work placement.
Provider CRICOS: 03392K
Entry requirements for Collarts
Entry to Collarts is via an interview and/or audition process. Although students do not require a particular ATAR score, aptitude and ability to complete courses are assessed through our interview/audition process.