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The Royal Danish Academy of Music, Copenhagen

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The Royal Danish Academy of Music, Copenhagen

The Royal Danish Academy of Music is the only music academy in Denmark solely specialised in classical music performance. It is a dynamic and vibrant artistic educational institution with a strong international profile that is part of Copenhagen's musical and cultural scene.The large international student body and its international relations provide all students with an broad international dimension to their degree.

The Academy's programmes offer students performance training at the highest level with the possibility of electives in pedagogical training. Besides the purely instrumental and vocal programmes, specialised degrees are also available within composition, conducting and church music, as well as Tonmeister (sound engineering).

The Academy's fundamental artistic activities are exemplified in its comprehensive and varied range of concerts, as well as high-profile projects within educational and artistic developmental work and research.

The Royal Danish Academy of Music is located in the outstanding architectural surroundings designed by Danish architect Vilhelm Lauritzen. The building is in high international standards with plenty of room for teaching and rehearsals, as well as unique concert and professional production possibilities.

What you can study here

Church Music/ Organ

Description

The Royal Danish Academy of Music (RDAM) offers three-year Bachelor's programmes (BMus) and two-year Master's programmes (MMus) in which the students specialise in a particular field or instrument. Following the Master's degree, the graduate is able to apply for admission to the Advanced Postgraduate programme which has the duration of two years, and concludes with a public debut concert. The Royal Danish Opera Academy is also affiliated with RDAM.

Further information about RDAM's programmes: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Study-programmes

Career Opportunities

Irrespectively of whether the ambition is to teach or perform, practical experience will form an integrated part of the study programme. The Academy has close collaboration with the Copenhagen Churches. On Master's level the practical church service experience is organised in co-operation with the Pastoral Seminary, which also provides practical training for Danish church ministers.

About the Degree

Organ students will receive tuition in the principal studies of solo and liturgical organ playing. Studies in all the various aspects of playing the instrument, and acquire improvisational, artistic and technical skills, as well as an advanced level of theoretical knowledge. Students will also receive tuition in choral conducting, chamber music, and a number of specialised church music subjects.

Admission  

EU/EEA applicants must attend a live entrance examination when applying to Bachelor's and Master's level. Applicants from outside the EU/EEA must apply online with a recording of their audition when applying to this level.

All applicants to Postgraduate level must attend the live auditions no matter their citizenship.  


Read all about entrance examinations, required repertoire and how to apply at: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Admission

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside EU/EAA. Students enrolled within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition. 
Information about tuition fees: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Admission

Further Information

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education: http://en.ufm.dk/.
 
The Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition.

General introduction to the Danish Educational System: The Danish Higher Education System





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Church Music/ Organ

Description

The Royal Danish Academy of Music (RDAM) offers three-year Bachelor's programmes (BMus) and two-year Master's programmes (MMus) in which the students specialise in a particular field or instrument. Following the Master's degree, the graduate is able to apply for admission to the Advanced Postgraduate programme which has the duration of two years, and concludes with a public debut concert.The Royal Danish Opera Academy is also affiliated with RDAM.  

Further information about RDAM's programmes: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Study-programmes

Career Opportunities

Irrespectively of whether the ambition is to teach or perform, practical experience will form an integrated part of the study programme. The Academy has close collaboration with the Copenhagen Churches. On Master's level the practical church service experience is organised in co-operation with the Pastoral Seminary, which also provides practical training for Danish church ministers.

About the Degree


Organ students will receive tuition in the principal studies of solo and liturgical organ playing. Studies in all the various aspects of playing the instrument, and acquire improvisational, artistic and technical skills, as well as an advanced level of theoretical knowledge. Students will also receive tuition in choral conducting, chamber music, and a number of specialised church music subjects.

Admission 

EU/EEA applicants must attend a live entrance examination when applying to Bachelor's and Master's level. Applicants from outside the EU/EEA must apply online with a recording of their audition when applying to this level.

All applicants to Postgraduate level must attend the live auditions no matter their citizenship.  


Read all about entrance examinations, required repertoire and how to apply at: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Admission

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside EU/EAA. Students enrolled within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition. 

Information about tuition fees: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Admission

Further Information

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education: http://en.ufm.dk/.
 
The Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition
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General introduction to the Danish Educational System: The Danish Higher Education System




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Composition

Description

The Royal Danish Academy of Music (RDAM) offers three-year Bachelor's programmes (BMus) and two-year Master's programmes (MMus) in which the students specialise in a particular field or instrument. Following the Master's degree, the graduate is able to apply for admission to the Advanced Postgraduate programme which has the duration of two years, and concludes with a public debut concert.The Royal Danish Opera Academy is also affiliated with RDAM.  

Advanced Postgraduate Study Programmes: 
  • Instrumental/Voice
  • Ensemble 
  • Special Class for Pianists
  • Composition
  • Orchestra Conducting
Further information about RDAM's Advanced Postgraduate programmes: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Study-programmes

Career Opportunities

Irrespectively of whether the ambition is to teach or perform, practical experience will form an integrated part of the study programme. The Academy has practical training agreements with the Danish regional orchestras, local ensembles, the Danish Broadcasting Corporation, the Royal Theatre, music schools and many others. 
Contact RDAM for further information.

About the Degree

Further information about RDAM's Advanced Postgraduate programmes: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Study-programmes

Admission

EU/EEA applicants must attend a live entrance examination when applying to Bachelor's and Master's level. Applicants from outside the EU/EEA must apply online with a recording of their audition when applying to this level.

All applicants to Postgraduate level must attend the live auditions no matter their citizenship.  


Read all about entrance examinations, required repertoire and how to apply at: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Admission

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside EU/EAA. Students enrolled within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition. 


Information about tuition fees: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Admission

Further Information

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education: http://en.ufm.dk/.
 
The Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition.

General introduction to the Danish Educational System: The Danish Higher Education System


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Composition

Description

The Royal Danish Academy of Music (RDAM) offers three-year Bachelor's programmes (BMus) and two-year Master's programmes (MMus) in which the students specialise in a particular field or instrument. Following the Master's degree, the graduate is able to apply for admission to the Advanced Postgraduate programme which has the duration of two years, and concludes with a public debut concert.The Royal Danish Opera Academy is also affiliated with RDAM.

Further information about RDAM's programmes: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Study-programmes

Career Opportunities

The Composition programme includes weekly seminars with the possibility of networking with RDAM's composition faculty and international guest teachers. PULSAR the annual festival for new contemporary music and workshops with Danish and international ensembles add to the strenghtning of career opportunities.  

About the Degree

On Master's level, the student is able to select from subjects such as musical theory,
electro-acoustics, instrumentation,music production etc.These modules allow the student to both specialise and to improve professional skills during their graduate degree.

Admission  

EU/EEA applicants must attend a live entrance examination when applying to Bachelor's and Master's level. Applicants from outside the EU/EEA must apply online with a recording of their audition when applying to this level.

All applicants to Postgraduate level must attend the live auditions no matter their citizenship.  


Read all about entrance examinations, required repertoire and how to apply at: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Admission

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside EU/EAA. Students enrolled within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition. 

Information about tuition fees: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Admission

Further Information

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education: http://en.ufm.dk/.
 
The Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition.

General introduction to the Danish Educational System: The Danish Higher Education System


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Composition

Description

The Royal Danish Academy of Music (RDAM) offers three-year Bachelor's programmes (BMus) and two-year Master's programmes (MMus) in which the students specialise in a particular field or instrument. Following the Master's degree, the graduate is able to apply for admission to the Advanced Postgraduate programme which has the duration of two years, and concludes with a public debut concert.The Royal Danish Opera Academy is also affiliated with RDAM.
At Bachelor level, you can choose courses in instrumentation, electro-acoustics, piano and theory. 
  
Further information about RDAM's programmes: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Study-programmes

Career Opportunities

The Composition programme includes weekly seminars with the possibility of networking with RDAM's composition faculty and international guest teachers. PULSAR the annual festival for new contemporary music and workshops with Danish and international ensembles add to the strenghtning of career opportunities.  

About the Degree

The principal study tuition is typically divided between two teachers, who organise the teaching in co-operation with the student.On Bachelor level, the student selects courses in instrumentation, electro-acoustics, piano and theory.

Admission  

EU/EEA applicants must attend a live entrance examination when applying to Bachelor's and Master's level. Applicants from outside the EU/EEA must apply online with a recording of their audition when applying to this level.

All applicants to Postgraduate level must attend the live auditions no matter their citizenship.  


Read all about entrance examinations, required repertoire and how to apply at: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Admission

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside EU/EAA. Students enrolled within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition. 

Information about tuition fees: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Admission

Further Information

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education: http://en.ufm.dk/.
 
The Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition.

General introduction to the Danish Educational System: The Danish Higher Education System




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Early Music

Description

The Royal Danish Academy of Music (RDAM) offers three-year Bachelor's programmes (BMus) and two-year Master's programmes (MMus) in which the students specialise in a particular field or instrument. Following the Master's degree, the graduate is able to apply for admission to the Advanced Postgraduate programme which has the duration of two years, and concludes with a public debut concert.The Royal Danish Opera Academy is also affiliated with RDAM. 

Career Opportunities

Irrespectively of whether the ambition is to teach or perform, practical experience will form an integrated part of the study programme. The Academy has practical training agreements with the Danish regional orchestras, local ensembles, the Danish Broadcasting Corporation, the Royal Theatre, music schools and many others. 

About the Degree

Performance practice in your instrument and in the various styles is an important part of the Master's programme in Early Music. You will work with performance practice-related issues, and learn to seek information from relevant sources and express yourself in writing.

Admission 

EU/EEA applicants must attend a live entrance examination when applying to Bachelor's and Master's level. Applicants from outside the EU/EEA must apply online with a recording of their audition when applying to this level.

All applicants to Postgraduate level must attend the live auditions no matter their citizenship.  


Read all about entrance examinations, required repertoire and how to apply at: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Admission

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside EU/EAA. Students enrolled within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition. 

Information about tuition fees: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Admission

Further Information

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education: http://en.ufm.dk/.
 
The Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition.

General introduction to the Danish Educational System: The Danish Higher Education System


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Ensemble Conducting

Description

The Royal Danish Academy of Music (RDAM) offers three-year Bachelor's programmes (BMus) and two-year Master's programmes (MMus) in which the students specialise in a particular field or instrument. Following the Master's degree, the graduate is able to apply for admission to the Advanced Postgraduate programme which has the duration of two years, and concludes with a public debut concert.The Royal Danish Opera Academy is also affiliated with RDAM. 


Further information about RDAM's programmes: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Study-programmes

Career Opportunities

The Academy has excellent co-operation agreements with both Copenhagen ensembles and the Danish regional orchestras.

About the Degree

Practical ensemble conducting will form an important part of the student's education. Here the student will be able to work intensively to develop and perfect his/hers conducting technique, and be coached in artistic interpretation and implementation.

Admission

EU/EEA applicants must attend a live entrance examination when applying to Bachelor's and Master's level. Applicants from outside the EU/EEA must apply online with a recording of their audition when applying to this level.

All applicants to Postgraduate level must attend the live auditions no matter their citizenship.  


Read all about entrance examinations, required repertoire and how to apply at: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Admission

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students, who hold a citizenship from outside EU/EAA. Students enrolled within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition. 


Information about tuition fees: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Admission

Further Information

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education: http://en.ufm.dk/.
 
The Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition.

General introduction to the Danish Educational System: The Danish Higher Education System


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Instrumental/Voice

Description

The Royal Danish Academy of Music (RDAM) offers three-year Bachelor's programmes (BMus) and two-year Master's programmes (MMus) in which the students specialise in a particular field or instrument. Following the Master's degree, the graduate is able to apply for admission to the Advanced Postgraduate programme which has the duration of two years, and concludes with a public debut concert.The Royal Danish Opera Academy is also affiliated with RDAM.

Further information about RDAM's programmes: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Study-programmes

Career Opportunities

Irrespectively of whether the ambition is to teach or perform, practical experience will form an integrated part of the study programme. The Academy has practical training agreements with the Danish regional orchestras, local ensembles, the Danish Broadcasting Corporation, the Royal Theatre, music schools and many others. 

Admission 

EU/EEA applicants must attend a live entrance examination when applying to Bachelor's and Master's level. Applicants from outside the EU/EEA must apply online with a recording of their audition when applying to this level.

All applicants to Postgraduate level must attend the live auditions no matter their citizenship.  


Read all about entrance examinations, required repertoire and how to apply at: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Admission

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside EU/EAA. Students enrolled within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition. 

Further Information

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education: http://en.ufm.dk/.
 
The Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition.

General introduction to the Danish Educational System: The Danish Higher Education System


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Instrumental/Voice

Description

The Royal Danish Academy of Music (RDAM) offers three-year Bachelor's programmes (BMus) and two-year Master's programmes (MMus) in which the students specialise in a particular field or instrument. Following the Master's degree, the graduate is able to apply for admission to the Advanced Postgraduate programme which has the duration of two years, and concludes with a public debut concert.The Royal Danish Opera Academy is also affiliated with RDAM.
  
Further information about RDAM's programmes: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Study-programmes

Career Opportunities

Irrespectively of whether the ambition is to teach or perform, practical experience will form an integrated part of the study programme. The Academy has practical training agreements with the Danish regional orchestras, local ensembles, the Danish Broadcasting Corporation, the Royal Theatre, music schools and many others. 

Admission 

EU/EEA applicants must attend a live entrance examination when applying to Bachelor's and Master's level. Applicants from outside the EU/EEA must apply online with a recording of their audition when applying to this level.

All applicants to Postgraduate level must attend the live auditions no matter their citizenship.  


Read all about entrance examinations, required repertoire and how to apply at: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Admission

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside EU/EAA. Students enrolled within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition. 

Information about tuition fees: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Admission

Further Information

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education: http://en.ufm.dk/

The Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition.

General introduction to the Danish Educational System: The Danish Higher Education System

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Instrumental/Voice/Ensemble/Special Class for Pianists

Description

The Royal Danish Academy of Music (RDAM) offers three-year Bachelor's programmes (BMus) and two-year Master's programmes (MMus) in which the students specialise in a particular field or instrument. Following the Master's degree, the graduate is able to apply for admission to the Advanced Postgraduate programme which has the duration of two years, and concludes with a public debut concert.The Royal Danish Opera Academy is also affiliated with RDAM.  

Advanced Postgraduate Study Programmes: 
  • Instrumental/Voice
  • Ensemble 
  • Special Class for Pianists
  • Composition
  • Orchestra Conducting
Further information about RDAM's Advanced Postgraduate programmes: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Study-programmes

Career Opportunities

Irrespectively of whether the ambition is to teach or perform, practical experience will form an integrated part of the study programme. The Academy has practical training agreements with the Danish regional orchestras, local ensembles, the Danish Broadcasting Corporation, the Royal Theatre, music schools and many others. 

Contact RDAM for further information.

About the Degree

Further information about RDAM's Advanced Postgraduate programmes: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Study-programmes

Admission

EU/EEA applicants must attend a live entrance examination when applying to Bachelor's and Master's level. Applicants from outside the EU/EEA must apply online with a recording of their audition when applying to this level.

All applicants to Postgraduate level must attend the live auditions no matter their citizenship.  


Read all about entrance examinations, required repertoire and how to apply at: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Admission


Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside EU/EAA. Students enrolled within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition. 

Information about tuition fees: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Admission
NB: Soloist ensemble - contact RDAM for further information on prices. 

Further Information

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education: http://en.ufm.dk/.
 
The Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition.

General introduction to the Danish Educational System: The Danish Higher Education System

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Orchestra Conducting


Description

The Royal Danish Academy of Music (RDAM) offers three-year Bachelor's programmes (BMus) and two-year Master's programmes (MMus) in which the students specialise in a particular field or instrument. Following the Master's degree, the graduate is able to apply for admission to the Advanced Postgraduate programme which has the duration of two years, and concludes with a public debut concert. The Royal Danish Opera Academy is also affiliated with RDAM.
Advanced Postgraduate Study Programmes: 
  • Instrumental/Voice
  • Ensemble 
  • Special Class for Pianists
  • Composition
  • Orchestra Conducting

Further information about RDAM's Advanced Postgraduate programmes: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Study-programmes

Career Opportunities

Irrespectively of whether the ambition is to teach or perform, practical experience will form an integrated part of the study programme. The Academy has practical training agreements with the Danish regional orchestras, local ensembles, the Danish Broadcasting Corporation, the Royal Theatre, music schools and many others. 
Contact RDAM for further information.

About the Degree

Further information about RDAM's Advanced Postgraduate programmes: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Study-programmes

Admission

EU/EEA applicants must attend a live entrance examination when applying to Bachelor's and Master's level. Applicants from outside the EU/EEA must apply online with a recording of their audition when applying to this level.

All applicants to Postgraduate level must attend the live auditions no matter their citizenship.  


Read all about entrance examinations, required repertoire and how to apply at: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Admission

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside EU/EAA. Students enrolled within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition. 

Further Information

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education: http://en.ufm.dk/.
 
The Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition.

General introduction to the Danish Educational System: The Danish Higher Education System


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Summer Campus

Description

The Royal Danish Academy of Music (RDAM) is proud to host its 6th Summer Campus from 10th -14th August 2015. The high-level master class in solo performance and chamber music for strings, woodwinds, accordion, piano, organ and voice. 

Participants may choose their own repertoire to work on. 

All teachers at the Summer Campus are selected for their extraordinary skills as teachers, musicians and ensemble coaches. All teachers possess wide teaching experience and have extensive professional careers as soloists and in ensembles and orchestras.

Invited instruments:
  • Violin
  • Viola
  • Cello
  • Chamber Music for Strings
  • Flute
  • Clarinet
  • Oboe
  • Chamber Music for Woodwinds
  • Accordion
  • Organ
  • Piano
  • Voice

About the Summer Campus

Summer Campus is open to music students and alumni from all music academies. Students from junior academies and other preparatory courses are also welcome to apply to this course.

Admission

Find all information about admission online at: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/SummerCampus/ApplicationandFee

Tuition

Early Bird: 2200DKK (295 Euros) - registration and payment before March 24th
  • Your registration to the course is only valid when RDAM has received your payment 
  • The course fee includes all costs related to the Summer Campus except accommodation. 
  • All meals incl. breakfast and final dinner party are included in the course fee.
  • Professional accompanist for classes depending on repertoire etc. 
  • Students can expect at least three individual lessons during the 5 day master class

Accommodation

Participants should make their own arrangements for accommodation during the course.RDAM will pre-book rooms at CabINN Scandinavia which is a budget hotel located 5 minutes walk from the academy. More about this: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/SummerCampus/Accommodation

CELEBRATING CARL NIELSEN

The year 2015 marks the 150th anniversary of Danish composer Carl Nielsen. The event will be celebrated in Denmark throughout the year and the world's leading orchestras and ensembles will together honour this great composer. 

Alongside his great symphonies, Carl Nielsen wrote a number of solo concertos, chamber music works and songs that are considered standard repertoire. This Summer Campus provides an excellent platform for students to gain knowledge about Nielsen's works and to work with specialists within this repertoire
. In addition, Summer Campus will provide an excellent platform for the preparation for the Carl Nielsen International Chamber Music Competition for String Quartets and Wind Quintets held i Copenhagen in October 2015.

Further information

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en   

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition
  

About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System





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Tonmeister/Sound Engineer

Description

The Royal Danish Academy of Music (RDAM) offers three-year Bachelor's programmes (BMus) and two-year Master's programmes (MMus) in which the students specialise in a particular field or instrument. Following the Master's degree, the graduate is able to apply for admission to the Advanced Postgraduate programme which has the duration of two years, and concludes with a public debut concert.The Royal Danish Opera Academy is also affiliated with RDAM.
  
Further information about RDAM's programmes: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Study-programmes

Career Opportunities

During the studies, the student will gain qualifications in music, production and sound technique within the genres of both rhythmic contemporary and classical music. The student usually specialises by genre/sector or focus on the role of producer or sound technician. RDAM also has a close collaboration with the Danish Broadcasting Cooperation (DR).

About the Degree

The principal study is in music production and recording techniques. Tuition is also provided in aural studies, basic piano, music theory, history of music and much more. In addition to semester projects, set productions and optional subjects, the student is able to participate in study trips, master classes, music evenings, company visits, listening tests, etc.

Admission  

EU/EEA applicants must attend a live entrance examination when applying to Bachelor's and Master's level. Applicants from outside the EU/EEA must apply online with a recording of their audition when applying to this level.

All applicants to Postgraduate level must attend the live auditions no matter their citizenship.  


Read all about entrance examinations, required repertoire and how to apply at: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Admission

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside EU/EAA. Students enrolled within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition. 

Further Information

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education: http://en.ufm.dk/

The Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition.

General introduction to the Danish Educational System: The Danish Higher Education System



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Tonmeister/Sound Engineer

Description

The Royal Danish Academy of Music (RDAM) offers three-year Bachelor's programmes (BMus) and two-year Master's programmes (MMus) in which the students specialise in a particular field or instrument. Following the Master's degree, the graduate is able to apply for admission to the Advanced Postgraduate programme which has the duration of two years, and concludes with a public debut concert.The Royal Danish Opera Academy is also affiliated with RDAM.
  
Further information about RDAM's programmes: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Study-programmes

Career Opportunities

During the studies, the student will gain qualifications in music, production and sound technique within the genres of both rhythmic contemporary and classical music. The student usually specialises by genre/sector or focus on the role of producer or sound technician. RDAM also has a close collaboration with the Danish Broadcasting Cooperation (DR).

About the Degree

The principal study is in music production and recording techniques. Tuition is also provided in aural studies, basic piano, music theory, history of music and much more. In addition to semester projects, set productions and optional subjects, the student is able to participate in study trips, master classes, music evenings, company visits, listening tests, etc

Admission  

EU/EEA applicants must attend a live entrance examination when applying to Bachelor's and Master's level. Applicants from outside the EU/EEA must apply online with a recording of their audition when applying to this level.

All applicants to Postgraduate level must attend the live auditions no matter their citizenship.  


Read all about entrance examinations, required repertoire and how to apply at: http://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Admission

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside EU/EAA. Students enrolled within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

Further Information

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education: http://en.ufm.dk/.
 
The Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition.

General introduction to the Danish Educational System: The Danish Higher Education System


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