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Student Advisor
Sydney 02 9219 5444
Melbourne 03 8610 4222
International +61 2 9219 5444


1 Foveaux St,
Surry Hills NSW, 2010.

120 King St,
Melbourne VIC, 3000.

Entry Requirements

Bachelor of Entertainment Management

Entrance is by short interview

Applicants Must:

  • Provide a portfolio that covers ALL business & entertainment experience.
  • Score an ATAR of 70 &/or relevant industry experience.
  • Provide Certified Academic transcripts of previous study; especially in Arts/Entertainment, Mathematics & English (including HSC). Year 12 school leavers should provide this once received.
  • For VCE (Victorian Certificate of Education) Students; Satisfactory completion of the VCE and Units 3 and 4 English. Any of the four VCE English studies - English, English as an Additional Language, Literature or English Language - satisfies the requirement for English; however, Units 3 and 4 must be completed in sequence and in the same calendar year.
  • Please Note: VCAL is not an approved minimum entry for Bachelor of Entertainment Management (BEM).

Bachelor of Music (Arts Management)

Entrance is by short interview & musicianship assessment

Applicants must:

  • Provide Certified Academic transcripts of previous study; especiallyin Arts/Entertainment, Mathematics and English (including HSC). Year 12 school leavers should provide this once received.
  • Provide a resume/portfolio that covers ALL musical, business and entertainment experience.
  • Score a strong ATAR result and/or relevant industry experience.
  • Be prepared to perform for a PERFORMANCE MAJOR Representative to assess your music ability in your chosen field.

ALL degree & diploma courses at AIM involve an audition and/or interview to assess skills & aptitude to study. The audition process allows AIM to assess potential & advise on the best course of study. The applicant also has the opportunity to ask questions regarding study at AIM.

What Happens After You Apply?

A member of the AIM Admissions team will contact you by phone to organise your audition/interview date and time, and a confirmation email will be sent to you. They will also inform you about the interstate & international submission process if this is appropriate to your case.

International & Interstate Applicants

International & Interstate Applicants are required to send a DVD of their performance in lieu of a live audition or a DVD/CD of their creative work in lieu of a production interview. A phone/skype interview may also be required. For all students whose previous education had not been conducted in English: a minimum IELTS Overall Band Score of 6.0 with no band less than 5.5 (Please note: for Graduate Studies, the IELTS Overall Band Score must be 6.5 with no band less than 6.0), or equivalent English assessment is required. 
The IELTS cannot be more than 2 years old from the commencement of the course.

Supporting Documents & Previous Study

Applicants are expected to have completed either the NSW Higher School Certificate (HSC), Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) or equivalent and are asked to provide evidence of prior studies. All supporting documents submitted with the application must be coloured copies or scans of the original, and AIM reserves the right to contact the issuing organisation for verification purposes. Where a mature-aged applicant does not have secondary education qualifications or equivalent qualifications, the applicant may be required to undertake a tertiary preparation assessment. Domestic students wishing to use VET qualifications as equivalence to NSW HSC, must have completed full time study of no less than 2 years in an accredited Certificate IV level course or higher.

Credit Transfer - Recognition of Prior Studies (RPS)

“Credit transfer is a process that provides students with agreed and consistent credit outcomes for components of a qualification based on identified equivalence in content and learning outcomes between matched qualifications” (AQF January 2013)

Recognition of Prior Studies in the form of Credit Transfer at AIM is an assessment process used to determine the extent to which a student has achieved the required learning outcomes to receive credit towards to equivalent AQF level studies at AIM. This may result in the granting of the grade of Advanced Standing in a specific AIM unit and exemption from that unit.

Recognition of Prior Learning and Experience (RPL)

Recognition of prior learning (RPL) is an assessment process that involves assessment of an individual’s relevant prior learning (including formal, informal and non-formal learning) to determine the credit outcomes of an individual application for credit (National Quality Council Training Packages glossary).

RPL at AIM is conducted via written statement in which applicants address specific criteria. It allows candidates to demonstrate how they will use the knowledge, skills, abilities and personal qualities gained through life experience to succeed in studies at the AIM.

RPL is an optional, alternative pathway to tertiary study intended for people without formal educational qualifications.

If You Are Unsuccessful

If a student is not successful in the audition/interview for a Bachelor Degree, counselling and/or a second audition or interview may be arranged to determine the best possible strategy for assisting the student to achieve their academic aspirations.

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Melbourne: 1300 301 983