TRIMESTER THREE 2019
Orientation Week, 9th September — 13th September
Trimester 3 Teaching Period, 16th September — 6th December
Direct Applications Close, 20th September
Census Date, 4th October
TRIMESTER ONE 2020
TRIMESTER TWO 2020
Orientation is compulsory for all new students. Each course will have a day where students from the same course will spend time getting to know one another and their teachers. You will also have student ID photos taken, have your MyCollarts email and account set up, will learn about your course’s subjects and structure, and hear from the student registrar team about student services that are available.
All courses will come together on an evening for the O-Week Party. Details of the o-week party will be emailed to new students soon.
Check what days you need to attend below.
→ Animation & VFX
→ Interior Design (Online Only)
→ Audio Engineering
→ Entertainment Management
→ Music Performance
→ Music Production
→ Content Creation
→ Fashion Marketing
→ Interior Design (On-Campus + Blended)
→ Interior Decoration Cert IV (On-Campus)
→ Mo Louie
→ Zachary Leo
Open to all new students. 18+ Only. Bring ID for entry.
MUSIC THEORY BOOTCAMP
11am - 1pm, Wellington St Campus
→ Compulsory For Some Students
→ Recommended For Music Students
We provide an intensive Music Theory Boot Camp for Music Performance and Music Production students before classes start. It is a compulsory prerequisite for some students before commencing. Those students will be notified, with more information coming soon.
ACADEMIC SKILLS BOOTCAMP
11am - 1pm, Wellington St Campus
→ Recommended For All Students
Need to scrub up on your academic skills before starting your studies this trimester? You’re not alone! We provide an academic study camp for those wanting to learn skills for managing their assignments. It is recommended that non-year 12 students and VCAL students attend.
Click here for more information on our campus facilities, public transport options and concession, and parking.
Photos for Student ID cards will be taken at your Orientation Day (see Orientation section on this page for the date). If you miss orientation, ask at the front desk of the Wellington St campus to arrange having your Student ID photo taken.
Alternatively, be sure to attend the orientation re-cap that will be schedule during the 2nd week of orientation.
Once you receive your official enrolment offer through VTAC, we will email and post your paperwork to you.
This paperwork includes:
Instructions for certifying documents
Orientation Week information
You will need to complete all paperwork and either email, post or hand it in within 14 days of receiving it.
All paperwork will be sent to you with detailed instructions on how to complete it. Please read the instructions carefully.
If you have had a successful interview/audition, then you should have already received your enrolment forms via email and through the post. If you have not received these, please get in contact with the recruitment team on email@example.com or 1300 818 777.
If you have not yet returned your paperwork, please do so as soon as possible to ensure we save a place for you. Your FEE-HELP will be completed online via a link Collarts will email to you during orientation week.
If you’re unsure of anything or have further questions, don’t hesitate to contact our student advisors:
Future Student Team
1300 818 777
Timetables are provided during O-Week. You will be provided with an individual, detailed timetable at orientation. The delivery of timetables is dependent on a number of factors, particularly where students collaborate across cohorts and are split into different workshops and ensembles. Music Performance and Music Production are most subject to change due to ensemble adjustments in the first few weeks.
All students should bring a notebook and pens. You are welcome to bring laptops to classes to take notes.
Audio Engineering and Music Production Students: A good set of headphones (we recommend purchasing these after receiving instructions from your Course Head and/or Student ID for discounts) and a reliable hard drive. A good computer with plenty of storage is recommended but not compulsory. Also bring notebook and pens.
Entertainment Journalism and Entertainment Management: Notebook and pens; laptop optional.
Music Students: Primary instrument from Week 1 of classes (as appropriate—drums and keys are not necessary). Also bring a manuscript book, notebook and pens.
Animation and VFX Students: A computer or laptop that meets the minimum recommended specifications from CG Spectrum.
Content Creation and Fashion Marketing: Notebook and pens; laptop optional.
Interior Design Students: Notebook, art kit and computer program requirements—see here. You may purchase these after receiving your Student ID card for student discounts.
This housing option can be single or shared and is generally more expensive than share houses. These are usually short to
(search "Collarts - Australian College of the Arts" to find nearby accommodation)
Post a Notice:
If you are looking for a room or people to share with others, try posting a notice on The Common Room (our private Collarts student Facebook page).