Structure of the study programmes

The academy offers courses of musical studies at the highest artistic level

The Academy offers a three-year Bachelor study programme and a two-year Master's programme in which you can specialise and focus on a particular area. Several optional modules are integrated into the programmes, giving students the opportunity to organise their studies in an individual and flexible manner.

After concluding a Master's programme, students may seek admission to the advanced postgraduate programmes, which normally take two years and conclude with a public debut concert. You can also pursue studies at the Opera Academy.

3 years Bachelor's programme (BMus)
2 years Master's programme (MMus)
2-4 years Advanced postgraduate (soloist) programme

The Academy also offers a number of continuing education.

Organisation of the tuition

The tuition is organised as a combination of timetabled weeks and non-timetabled weeks, the latter typically utilised for special orchestral projects or interdisciplinary projects and courses. Teaching is provided both individually, in classes, and in the form of projects.

The academic year at the Academy

The academic year starts in late August and lasts until late May when the summer examinations begin. Summer examinations lasts until late June. The academic year is divided up into 2 semesters: the first from August to December and the other from January to June.

Programmes approved for state education grants

All of the full-time study programmes at the Academy are approved for state education grants. You can apply for a grant, and read about the conditions for receiving grants and loans, at the website of the Danish Education Support Agency: www.su.dk.