The Royal Academy of Music's future As we enter our third century, our aim is to shape the future of music by discovering and supporting talent wherever it exists. With your gift, you can help unleash the potential of young musicians today who will change the world of music tomorrow.
Die Royal Academy of Music ist eine Musikhochschule in London, England, und zugleich eine der führenden Musikinstitutionen weltweit.
The Royal Academy of Music (RAM) in London, England, is one of the oldest music schools in the UK, founded in 1822 by John Fane and Nicolas-Charles Bochsa. It received its royal charter in 1830 from King George IV with the support of the first Duke of Wellington.
The Royal Academy of Music moves music forward by inspiring successive generations of musicians to connect, collaborate and create. We are the meeting point between the traditions of the past and the talent of the future, seeking out and supporting the musicians today whose music will move the world tomorrow.
We welcome the finest students from around the world to learn and perform alongside globally renowned artists, ensuring they benefit from a music-making environment of the highest quality. Discover more about the various opportunities you will have when you come to study at the Academy.
The Royal Academy of Music is a member institution of the University of London. This means that students studying for our BMus, PG Cert, MA, MMus, MPhil and PhD courses will receive degrees/awards from the University of London when graduating.
Why study at the Academy? Artistic Excellence; Artist Development; How to apply; Entry requirements; Audition; Fees and Funding