FAQ

Thanks for stopping by! We have listed a few common questions below, but if you have something you would like to know that is not listed here make sure you Contact Us so we can help you out! We will keep updating this page as we release new features to the website and if we get consistent enquiries coming through.

To be eligible to submit, you must be a currently enrolled student at a campus which holds a current Financial Membership with Tertiary Access Group (TAG). See the full list of eligible campuses here. If your campus is not listed, contact us and we can look into it for you.

Submissions close 31st October, 2020.

Yes, you can access your ‘My Account’ portal up until the close of Submissions, to edit existing content and add new content by clicking the ‘Login’ button in the header.

Yes, but conditions apply. Make yourself familiar with the competition Terms & Conditions

In recognition of the Competition’s 30th birthday, the 2020 competition format will be less about competing and more about celebrating. As such, we aim to move away from a major prize for one artist per category, and offer a wide range of opportunities throughout the year to recognise the talent that we are seeing across our campuses.

There will be a number of deadlines and opportunities throughout the competition period which will be communicated via Competition News and Social Media accounts.

Due to the new format of prize offerings, we will not be holding a ‘Final’. There will be a number of opportunities for live performances throughout the competition period, which will be communicated via Competition News and Social Media accounts. Please note that due to COVID-19 a number of live performance opportunities have been cancelled or postponed and updates will be made via our News page, as any are rescheduled.

These resources are specifically for those who have entered a Submission to the competition, at which point you can access the restricted items on the NEWS page, once logged-in.

Yes, but restrictions apply. Make yourself familiar with the competition Terms & Conditions

No, but you give National Campus Music Competition to use what you submit for non-commercial purposes. Therefore, you retain all copyright to the tracks but NCMC can utilise tracks as long as we are not making money off it – for example having tracks publicly available for users of this website, and using tracks in competition promotions.

Yes, there is a limit of 10MB per track. Generally it is recommended that MP3 files should equate to around 1.5MB per 1 minute of music so therefore, our limit should allow tracks up to around six and a half minutes in length. If you have a track that is greater than that and you require an exemption on the upload limit, contact us directly.