Applicants from non-EU/EEA countries
Students from non-EU/EEA countries are welcome at all ordinary programmes at RAMA, in both Aarhus and Aalborg.
Detailed information on all Jazz/Pop, Classical and Electronic programmes in both Aarhus and Aalborg in the menu.
Meet Tao Jiang from China, piano student at masters level at the Jazz/Pop Music programme, RAMA Aalborg:
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Deadline for application: 01 March at noon.
Apply here (Application for admission 2024 will open 02 December 2023).
According to legislation in Denmark tuition fees will be charged from degree students from non-EU/EEA countries (read more below).
Degree Students are students studying for a full bachelor programme, master programme or advanced postgraduate diploma. Students who enroll the academy as part of an official exchange programme i.e. Erasmus or Nordplus or a Bilateral Agreement are exempted from the tuition fee.
Current non-EU/EEA students, who wish to continue on a master’s degree programme after their bachelor degree at RAMA, are guaranteed a study place at the music teacher programme. If they wish to apply for the musician programme, they must attend the live auditions in January (deadline 01 December using the application form for EU/EEA citizens – contact your study coordinator if you have questions)
For applicants to all programmes
Most of the rules and requirements regarding admission procedure, admission requirements and other information about the programmes are not different to those that apply to the regular programmes.
However, citizens from non-EU/EEA countries who are applying for a bachelor programme must upload an unedited video recording containing the instrumental or vocal part of the entrance examination. Provided that this part of the test is passed, the applicant may be invited for the remaining parts of the entrance examination.
Citizens from non-EU/EEA countries who are applying for a master’s programme or an advanced postgraduate diploma in music must upload an unedited video recording containing the whole instrumental or vocal part of the entrance examination.
Non-EU/EEA applicants for the classical Advanced Postgraduate Diploma (soloist) programme must attend live auditions in Aarhus regardless of nationality.
We cannot start the visa application until you have paid tuition fee for the first semester. Please note that it may take several months for the visa to be granted, so the sooner we can start the process, the better.
In order to speed up the visa application process, please
- accept the study place offer as soon as possible after you receive the admission letter
- pay the tuition fee as soon as possible after you receive the invoice
- submit your part of the visa application as soon as possible after you receive the e-mail from us
Tuition fee for bachelor programmes per year (two semesters):
DKK 98.170 (approx. € 13.177)
Tuition fee for master’s programmes per year (two semesters):
DKK 98.170 (approx. € 13.177)
Tuition fee for advanced postgraduate diploma per year (two semesters):
DKK 50.296 (approx. € 6.730)
Tuition fee for advanced postgraduate diploma/Ensemble per year (two semesters):
Every student from a non EU/EEA country applying for advanced postgraduate diploma as part of an ensemble will be charged half tuition fee: DKK 25.148 (approx. € 3.365).
The payment covers the course of tuition and up to three exam attempts, i.e. if you fail to pass exam and wish to attend a new course you will have to pay for this twice. Payment will be per semester. Tuition fee must be prepaid before the beginning of the semester, i.e. 1 June and 1 December. Payment is a prerequisite for the student to begin at the programme/semester. The Academy reserves the right to change the price.
The Academy’s bank information:
For more information about tuition, see this document.