The Royal Academy of Music Aarhus/Aalborg, RAMA, has a very active international profile with a strong focus on international exchanges and a global mindset amongst students and staff.
For the majority of all RAMAs study programs it goes that it is possible to study in English. A flexible language policy enables international students to take advantage of almost all classes.
The academy has for the time being about 50 international students, and many of our own students are studying abroad. We are taking active part in the Erasmus+ and Nordplus exchange programmes with many in- and outgoing students and staff every year.
Read here to learn more about how to become an exchange student at RAMA.
Visit the Admission menu to learn more about admission requirements and application.
Visit the Jazz/Pop, Classical or Electronic, Composition and Songwriting menu to learn more about the ordinary BA, MA and soloists programmes.
Foreign students apply under the same conditions as Danish students.
Meet Federico Nelson Fioravanti, percussion player from Italy.
He first came to Aalborg as exchange student, in 2019 he became ordinary student at the soloist programme. He made his debut from the soloist programme in 2021.
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Joint Study Programmes
RAMA has founded internationale Master degrees in collaboration with other music academies.:
- Nordic Master of Jazz (NOMAZZ)
- Sino-Euro Opera Orchestra Academy
- Find out more about these programmes by following the links or the Joint study programmes menu.
The programmes are aimed at international students (regarding Nomazz: as well as Danish students) and the common language is English.
Tuition fees will be charged from students from non-EU/EEA countries. Read more.
RAMA is involved in a wide range of international collaborations with a strong base in the Nordic/Baltic Region and the EU.
However, RAMA is also heavily engaged in global collaborations through the GLOMUS network with member institutions in Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and the Americas.
The collaborations range from music performance and composition over educational training to distance learning based activities and capacity building of partner academies.
Read here to learn more about international projects and activities at RAMA.