RDAM accepts overseas exchange students via our bilateral agreements.
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We advise exchange applicants to contact their international office to receive information about local application procedures and requirements.
Overseas Exchange: 1st of March
Applications are processed as soon as possible, and we strive to have an answer for all applicants around 1st of May. The result of the assessment is sent directly to the international coordinator at the applicant's home institution.
The applicant is able to receive the RDAM application form via their home institution's coordinator or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
. Exchange students will receive an official notification from RDAM about the result of their application.
The application must include the following:
- Audition Recording - approximately 15 minutes duration*
- Letter of Motivation
- Letter of Recommendation - from main subject teacher
- Learning Agreement
- Bachelor's Degree Certificate (only Master's level applicants)
- Curriculum Vitae
*The audition repertoire is free of choice within the classical western repertoire (max. 15 min). We accept the audition material via www.wetransfer.com or similar. Note that applicants to Composition must submit the score of one-two composed piece(s) showing both technical and compositional skills. Tonmeister (Sound Engineer) applicants must submit a production, incl. a production plan.
When accepted to our exchange programme, the student will receive an email with information about how to apply for the student visa to Denmark. Note that there will be fee charged by the Danish Immigration Services when applying - this is a processing fee. Further information: www.nyidanmark.dk
Read more about student visas here.
Transcript of Records
The Transcript of Records will automatically be issued and send directly to the student's home institution after the exchange has ended. The transcript forms the basis for the final credit transfer to the home institution.