Bachelor of Arts and Entertainment Management

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Unlock Your Entertainment Management Career 

Our Bachelor of Arts & Entertainment Management program you will help you master the essentials of the music business – from marketing and artist management to music business economics and law – giving you the skills you need for a lifelong career in the entertainment business. 

Course Overview

Campus

Melbourne and Sydney

Durations

9 Study Periods (3 years) full-time, or equivalent part-time

Start Date

February and September

Entry Requirements

School leaver applicants must:

  • Have successfully completed an Australian Year 12 qualification (or equivalent) in the last 2 years;

AND

  • Satisfy minimum standard English requirements.

AND

  • achieve an ATAR of 60+

Where the minimum standard English requirements were not achieved, the completion of a writing task or submission of a completed assessment task from other units at Year 12 level is required.

 

View entry requirements for applicants with tertiary study and mature-age applicants.

 

Applicants must:

  • Have successfully completed a high school qualification;

AND

Fees

Indicative annual course fees: 

  • Study period 1: $8,370 
  • Study period 2: $8,370 
  • Study period 3: $5,580 

Indicative total course fee: $66,960

 

* Fees provided are indicative only and are subject to change by AIM without notice.

 

FEE-HELP is available. Find out more.

For more information view the AIM’s Undergraduate fees or visit the Fees & Finance page.

 

Indicative annual course fees:

  • Study period 1: $9,810
  • Study period 2: $9,810
  • Study period 3: $6,540

Indicative total course fee: $78,480

 

* Fees provided are indicative only and are subject to change by AIM without notice.

 

For more information view the AIM’s Undergraduate fees or visit the Fees & Finance page.

 

Codes

CRS 1401244 
Bachelor 109394E  

Why Study Arts and Entertainment at AIM? 

50+

Years of music education and leadership in Australia

>10

Weeks industry placement 

>100’s

Graduate career options

40+

Choice of electives to tailor your course

Sarah Yagki

Artist and Music Publicist at Good Internet Sarah Yagki

“Studying at AIM fostered the network, skills, and knowledge I needed to achieve my dreams of working as a full-time artist and music publicist.”
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Jack McCormack

Artist Manager, Untitled Group

Artist Manager, Untitled Group “I love my job and my degree at AIM helped me learn the skills I use in my job everyday, as well as context of other roles within the greater industry”
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Brieahna Chadevski 

Marketing Executive, Qudos Bank Arena

“I owe a significant part of my journey to AIM, as I wouldn’t be where I am today without their support.”
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Meet the Lecturers

Tim Kelly

Tim Kelly is a music lover, marketeer, and management specialist.  His journey through the music industry has included stints as a fanzine editor, tour manager, recording artist, independent label co-founder, marketing executive and managing director. He is now a full-time educator specialising in the business of music and entertainment.
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April Albert

April Albert is an international performer, theatre maker and academic. As an artist, she specialises in creating politically engaged performance in a range of contexts and settings. Her solo performance work explores how the historical and cultural resonates in our current social and political experiences.
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Kim Thomas

Previous manager of The Whitlams, Kim brings his immense knowledge of touring, marketing and management – combined with his specialist skills in music accounting and funding – to every class he teaches within the Bachelor of Entertainment Management degree.
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David Rogerson

In a career spanning 30 years, David Rogerson has experienced every facet of the radio and media communications industry. He has seen action as a Group Program Director, a National Marketing Manager and Company Director. He was most recently the Group Director for Programming and Content at Grant Broadcasters.
Learn more David Rogerson

Ready to start your music journey?