If you've met our general entry requirements, you're good to start your application with us. If you are currently a year 12 Victorian applicant please make to sure to also refer to VTAC Guidelines.
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2) Appointment with a Student Admissions Advisor
Once we've received your application we'll give you a buzz and organise for you to come in for a consultation with one of our awesome admissions advisors. During this appointment they'll be able to confirm your application details, assess the best course & study options for you & finalise your enrolment.
3) Personal Tour (Optional)
Been to an open day but can't quite recall the details? We encourage you to come in for a guided tour of our facilities at any point in your journey. Feel free to bring your family, parents, partner or friend.
4) Share your talent with us
Applicants for some courses may also be required to provide additional information or audition during their consultation. See below for further info!
Students required to perform an audition will receive feedback on their performance on the day. In most cases we will be able to schedule your audition on the same day/time as your interview. Regional or interstate applicants who are unable to attend in person can organise to audition over Skype or send through a video link to their performance.
Showcase your talents at an audition to demonstrate your style & musicianship. Two contrasting pieces of music of your own choice must be performed - either with a live accompanist or backing track - and should not exceed 10 minutes in total.
Songwriting applicants are required to undertake an audition as above OR can submit a folio and should include original songs consisting of recordings, lyric sheets or charts.
Acting applicants will be required to prepare two (2) monologues for your audition. You may select the monologues from a standard set of JMC Monologues or they may be of your own choosing. One (1) of your monologues needs to be Shakespearean; the other one may be from any Contemporary published play or film.
You are encouraged to bring along any samples at all of work you've completed either in your free time or during alternative study. The portfolio should contain at least five pieces of work that demonstrate your creativity and may include drawings, paintings, photography, design work, stories and more. This can be shown on a device or in hard copy format. This will help us assess your general aptitude and passion for the course.
5) Formal Offer
Successful applicants will be made an offer of enrolment in most instances on the day of your interview. We'll then send you a link to help you complete your online enrolment. Students under 18 years of age must obtain a guarantee signature from a parent or guardian.
The ENROLMENT FORM can only be processed if:
- All relevant information is provided
- All signatures are provided as requested.
Following enrolment you will be notified of commencement dates and class timetables.
6) You're In! What now?
First, as soon as we send you the link to the New Student Facebook group... join! In here you'll learn all about upcoming events, important dates and details on social meets. You’ll soon start receiving emails with information about your Orientation, student ID, timetable and a couple of other bits 'n' pieces.