The Royal Irish Academy of Music
|Address:||36-38 Westland Row|
|ZIP, City:||2 DUBLIN|
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Founded in 1848, the Royal Irish Academy of Music is Ireland's oldest music conservatoire. The RIAM offers Bachelor, Master and Doctorate programmes in classical music performance and composition.
RIAM's graduates have gone on to significant international careers in the opera house and concert platform, and are also members of the world's foremost orchestras. Other graduates have pursured careers in broadcasting, teaching, non-formal music education and in the administration of conservatoires and arts festivals.
+Academic Year »
Start of year: September 12th Start term 1: September 12th Start term 2: January 2nd Description of exchange application deadline 1: 1st May for all semesters
+Curriculum and Developments »
Young talent/pre college: Yes 1st cycle: Yes Duration of bachelor: 4 years 2nd cycle: Yes Duration of master: 2 years 3rd cycle: Yes Pop and Jazz Programme: No Early Music Programme: No World Music Programme: No Pedagogical studies: Yes New Technology Studies: No
+Exchange Programmes and Information for Incoming Students »
ERASMUS Code: IRL DUBLIN 22 Use of ECTS system: Yes Required language skills: English Specific requirements for incoming exchange students application (demo, auditions… etc): Passport photo, 15minute CD, letter of recommendation from principal teacher, musical CV Currency: Euro Average cost of living: Approx. €1,000 per month including rent Insurance: Required Visa: Not required
+International Relations Coordinator (IRC) »
First name: Deborah Surname: KELLEHER Title: Function: International Relations Phone: +353/16764412 Mobile: Fax: +353/16622798 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Assistant: Assistant email: IRC workgroup member: No Other contact addresses IRC office: