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500
Students enrolled in this school.
1
Bachelor's programs offered entirely in English.
11
Master's programs offered entirely in English.

Why should I study here?

The Royal Danish Academy of Music is a power centre in the classical music world, representing the highest international level and comparing to and cooperating with a number of the foremost music academies in the world. The academy offers study programmes within music and music pedagogy at the highest level, taught by a corps of teachers, numbering several of the greatest names in music, including many internationally affiliated as guest professors. The study environment is very international and is characterized by healthy competition-accentuated interaction between the students, both Danish and international.The academy offers a wide selection of study programmes at bachelor, master, and advanced postgraduate soloist levels, aiming at employment as musicians, organists, composers, music teachers, tonmeisters, or other employment possibilities within the music world. The advanced postgraduate programmes improve the students' level to the highest possible as soloists, opera singers, composers, or conductors.

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What is student life like?

There are many American full-degree and study-abroad students in Denmark. At 3500 per year, Americans are the largest group of students coming to Denmark from outside the EU, averaging 3500 per year. In the capital city of Copenhagen, you will have plenty of opportunities to meet fellow Americans and international students. The locals are friendly, helpful, and easy to communicate with, as the vast majority speak English. Copenhagen and its suburbs are student-friendly and safe, with excellent public transportation that makes it easy for students to get around. The city has a rich cultural life with many concerts, performances, exhibitions, and festivals. Copenhagen often tops international surveys determining the quality of life, personal safety, and even the happiness of its citizens. Most healthcare in Denmark is free of charge, and you pay only 25–50% of the price for medication. A clean environment is important to the Danes, and Copenhagen is one of the most bicycle-friendly cities in the world. More than a third of Copenhageners commute to work or school by bicycle – all year round! With non-stop flights from 183 international destinations and more than 4,000 weekly departures and arrivals, Copenhagen Airport puts you within a one-or two-hour flight of all major European cities. The metro and train station at the arrival hall provide fast transport to the city's heart, and The Royal Danish Academy of Music’s location right next to the FORUM metro stop connects you directly to the airport.

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The school does not provide housing. Apartments in town can be found from 80 to 180 euros per month.

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