Icon Collective is open to creative individuals who are passionate and self-driven toward a career in the music industry. While no previous training is required, it is recommended that applicants have experience in music production and/or playing a musical instrument. We expect our applicants to have a clear vision and defined career goals upon admission.
Prospective students may apply in person or online at www.iconcollective.com. All applications are completed electronically. All prospective students must contact the admissions department to schedule an online interview and confirm that there is space available for the desired start date.
The immersive program moves at a rapid pace and students are expected to deliver their projects and assignments according to strict deadlines. Students will be required to present their music to their classmates and teachers on a regular basis and must be comfortable doing so. Classroom participation requires conversational English and basic math skills. Assignments and projects require a functional level of English reading, writing, and comprehension.
In order to enroll, a prospective student must:
- Be at least 17 years of age
- Complete and submit the online application
- Provide Proof of Graduation
- Provide government issued identification (driver’s license, passport, etc.)
- Pay a one-time, non-refundable Application Fee of $75.00
- Pay the $500 Deposit (applied toward the first tuition payment)
- Provide a link to the applicant’s music
Post Application Submission:
After the application and all required materials have been submitted, the Director of Admissions will contact the prospective student to:
- Schedule a qualifying interview, in person or via Skype
- Complete a Goals and Career Path Assessment and Self Evaluation Form
- Complete, sign, and submit the Icon Collective Enrollment Agreement
Space is limited and seats are awarded based on Icon Collective’s assessment of the candidate’s ability and potential. All deposits are fully refundable in the event of cancellation and are applied toward the first tuition payment.