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Royal Northern College of Music


The RNCM is a leading international conservatoire, training students to world-class levels in music through a specialised learning programme of the highest quality, delivered by internationally renowned teachers and underpinned by a unique artistic programme of performances.

Although still relatively young, the RNCM’s history can be traced back to 1893 when Sir Charles Hallé founded the Royal Manchester College of Music, through to 1920 when the Northern School of Music was established in the city. The planned merger of these two institutions began in the 1960s, coming to fruition as the RNCM in 1972.

The Royal Northern College of Music’s learning and participation programme, RNCM Engage is designed as a training ground for its students, in creative and professional practice.

From the excitement of schoolchildren composing and performing their own opera, to the invaluable work of Music for Health in hospitals and care homes, RNCM Engage is an all-inclusive initiative that strives – through community projects, workshops, and student placements – to make music accessible to people of all ages and from all walks of life.

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Course UCAS Points Fees for an English student
BA in Popular Music Performance [] 48 9000
Bachelor of Music [] 48 9000
Graduate Diploma of the Royal Northern College of Music [] 144 9000

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