University of Adelaide
Complete your studies at the innovative James Morrison Academy of Music.
Study a unique degree that is solely focused on jazz music.
Graduate with advanced research skills.
Be taught by some of the finest jazz educators in the world, including acclaimed Australian jazz musician James Morrison.
Embark on an exciting one-year journey, immersing yourself in the world of jazz history, styles, analysis and arrangements at the innovative James Morrison Academy of Music in Mount Gambier.
In this unique honours degree, you will be introduced to high level research, and you’ll develop the skills to engage in rigorous research and analysis. Taught by world-renowned jazz musicians and educators, including acclaimed Australian jazz musician James Morrison, this degree will ensure you have what it takes to succeed as a professional jazz musician.
What you’ll learn
What you Learn
This honours degree offers you the opportunity to develop advanced research and analytical skills; you will also complete a thesis or creative artefact plus exegesis under the supervision of an academic supervisor. Courses studied are practice-based theoretical and technical, catering for the needs of a successful, professional jazz musician.
|Institution Name||University of Adelaide|
|Campus Location||Mt Gambier|
|Course Duration||1 year(s) full-time|
|Course University||University of Adelaide|
By every measure, the University of Adelaide—a member of Australia’s prestigious Group of Eight research-intensive universities—stands tall among the world’s leading institutions of learning and innovation.The clearest indication of this is our consistently high rating by the most respected international assessment bodies: QS World University Rankings, Times Higher Education and Shanghai Jiao Tong’s Academic Rankings of World Universities (ARWU). All consider us one of the top 1% of universities worldwide, and the top university in our state.
We’re equally proud of the fact that the vast majority of our research is rated ‘above or well above world standard’ by the Australian Research Council’s Excellence in Research Australia program.We count among our distinguished alumni: five Nobel Laureates; over 100 Rhodes Scholars, including Australia’s first Indigenous recipient; and Australia’s first female prime minister and Supreme Court judge. Many of our staff and teachers are internationally recognised leaders in their fields. And we attract a diverse student body of over 27,000 from more than 90 countries.