The Royal Danish Academy of Music (RDAM) offers education in classical music and music education. The conservatory offers a wide range of study programs at the bachelor's and master's levels. They educate musicians, organists, composers, music teachers and more. The study environment is very international and is characterized by healthy competition and enhanced interaction between the students.
The city of Copenhagen has a great network of public transport, and RDAM is easily accessible by bus, metro or bicycle. Getting around by bike is easy as the city is full of bike-friendly roads. Copenhagen offers cultural activities, modern and innovative architecture and a number of beautiful historic buildings.
UiA collaborates with the music programs at the Royal Danish Academy of Music (RDAM) through the Nordplusmusic network.
UiA is free to nominate qualified candidates, but it is RDAM who chooses how many students they can accept. The number of seats can thus vary from year to year.
No tuition fees.
If you apply for an exchange within this network you will get a monthly grant from the network. The grant varies in size from year to year but can be around EUR 200 per month.
Students from UiA must take 30 ECTS per semester.
Access to courses/teaching in the main instrument will depend on the teaching capacity of this instrument. For more information about the different courses, you can take as an exchange student see the link.
Read more about how to get accommodation for your exchange by following the link.
You also have to attach the following to the application:
Please be aware of your own dates and application deadlines in Nordplusmusic.
Monday - friday 12:00 - 14:00
Monday - friday 10:00 - 15:00