Both Music Production and Music Performance specialisations will require you to take up core modules, which are key fundamentals in the music industry. These modules include Melody Writing, Studio Techniques, Music Business and Marketing Essentials and others. 

The Diploma in Songwriting and Music Performance consists of modules that focus more on developing students who want to build a career being a performing artist, while the Diploma in Songwriting and Music Production focuses on technical skills required by a modern day music producer. 

You can find out more about the course modules here or contact our course advisor at for more information!

The Songwriter Music College offers 1-year full-time and 2-year part-time courses. Our part-time classes will be conducted in the evenings from 7-10pm, usually once or twice a week. On rare occasions or due to unforeseen circumstances, classes may be held on Saturday mornings.

We believe education should never be hindered by financial reasons and hence we have various ways to aid students. School fees are collected via instalments, which means that you need not pay the entire fee at one go. Please send in an email to to for more information on the instalment details.

Students are also able to take up the DBS/POSB Study Assist loan. For more details, click here.

The schedule will be based on the number of modules you need to attend each term. For full-time studies, it will mainly be about 3-4 modules. For part-time studies, it will be 1-2 modules per term. We will be able to share the schedule with you in more detail when you come for our free studio tour. 

To book your studio tour session, contact our course advisor at!

  • 16 years old and above
  • Minimum attainment of GCE O Level (or equivalent)*
  • A pass in College’s Assessment conducted by the Principal or Academic Board Member

*Note: Applicants who do not meet the academic requirements (GCE O Level or equivalent) are required to complete the 12-hour Certificate in Contemporary Music Fundamentals course (includes submitting a music assignment) BEFORE they can apply for any of our Diploma Courses.

More details on our certification programme here.

In-person auditions are NOT required for TSMC. However, there will be an assessment where you have to send in the following supporting documents together with your application:

  • Highest academic certificate and transcript
  • Passport-size photo (a digital copy is recommended)
  • Formal music certifications (e.g. ABRSM, Trinity, LCM, Rockschool), if any.
  • Three samples works
    • Below are types of works to submit (you may choose to submit more than 1). Kindly provide download or viewing links for samples, videos or audio files:
      1. Vocal Performance (original or cover song) 
      2. Instrumental Performance 
      3. Melody Composing (with vocal)
      4. Music Arrangement

Yes! But you will need to complete our Certificate in Contemporary Music Fundamentals which is prepared for anyone with little or no music background. This certification course will provide the relevant skills to help you along your musical journey. It introduces the basics of melody composing, music theory, music arrangement, recording and mixing techniques in today’s contemporary music. More details on our certification programme are provided here.

Yes! The Songwriter Music College is dedicated to our students’ success regarding learning and music career opportunities. Our lecturers and mentors are current practitioners with vast industry experiences, enabling them to provide and share insights and industry expectations with the students. 

Mentors will be able to understand our students’ strengths and weaknesses through close working relationships and guide them to improve their skills and knowledge in order to excel in their music journey.

More details on our organisation and lecturers can be found here.

As TSMC’s lecturers are current and active practitioners, students will be able to acquire up-to-date, ‘real’ business knowledge in this course. Students will be given opportunities to build their portfolio through events and experiences.

Under the arm of Funkie Monkies Music, which covers music production, music publishing, as well as housing an artist management and A&R arm, students would have the opportunity to potentially work with the Funkie Monkies team to kick-start their career in Music.

Having mm2 Asia as our strategic partner allows us to send our students for auditions and provide them with a platform to showcase their talents. Students will be exposed to industry needs and understand the demands through projects and collaborations.

We update our students and graduates achievements on our social platforms. Check out and follow our socials (Facebook, Instagram, Youtube) for more information and updates!

We also hold quarterly Course Previews through which our lecturers share a sneak peek into selected modules, while current and former students share more about the TSMC Experience. Our Course Previews will be able to give you a clearer understanding on how our courses will take you to new heights in Your Future in Music!

Contact our course advisor at for more information!

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