15 September 2021

AIM partners with India’s Swarnabhoomi Academy of Music

Swarnabhoomi Academy of Music (SAM)

AIM WELCOMES SAM'S STUDENTS.

The Australian Institute of Music (AIM) is pleased to announce an articulation partnership arrangement with India’s Swarnabhoomi Academy of Music (SAM).

This exciting partnership is designed to promote the sharing of music, foster collaboration between world-class music institutions and provide SAM graduates the opportunity to earn a Bachelor of Music at the Australian Institute of Music, with 50 credit points acknowledged as already earned. This arrangement recognises the quality of SAM’s offering and the long history of musical collaboration between India and Australia.

SAM students can apply for an offer from AIM on commencement of their course and can undertake their AIM audition live at SAM.

We look forward to welcoming SAM students to AIM in Sydney and Melbourne.

Christina Rowatt

Christina Rowatt

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