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Royal Academy of Music


The Academy’s mission is to provide pre-professional, undergraduate and postgraduate musical training of the highest national and international standards.

We aim to enrich musical culture by training and educating the most talented musicians.

The Academy was founded in 1822, and ever since has trained versatile and resourceful musicians with the skills they need in the ever-changing profession.

Great traditions do not guarantee future success, but at the Academy they do inspire us to achieve an especially happy blend of continuity and cutting-edge work.

Cherish as we do our distinguished alumni, our many exceptional teachers and our enterprising study programmes, at the Academy we never simply rest on our reputation.

The Royal Academy of Music has been training students for over 190 years. During that time, we have produced hundreds and thousands of musicians who have succeeded at the highest levels.

Whether you aspire to becoming the next Simon Rattle, Elton John or Miloš, this special place is committed to helping students realise their talent and follow in the footsteps of their musical forbears and heroes.

 

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Course UCAS Points Fees for an English student
Bachelor of Music (Composition Pathway) [301F] 32 9000
Bachelor of Music (Jazz pathway) [300F] 32 9000
Bachelor of Music (Standard Pathway) [302F] 32 9000

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