International students

Tuition Fee

Prices for the academic year 2018-2019

NOTE: We do not accept cash payments.

Three-year Bachelor's programme

The prices below covers an academic year (two semesters):

  • Orchestral Instrument 11.000 EUR
  • Piano, Guitar and Accordion 9.000 EUR 
  • Voice 12.700 EUR
  • Composition 12.700 EUR
  • Tonmeister/Sound Engineer 9.700 EUR
  • Church Music 11.500 EUR

Two-year Master's programme

The prices below covers an academic year (two semesters):

  • Orchestral Instrument 11.200 EUR
  • Ensemble Conducting 11.300 EUR
  • Voice 12.100 EUR
  • Composition 9.200 EUR 
  • Piano, Guitar and Accordion 10.000 EUR 
  • Early Music 11.200 EUR 
  • Tonmeister 9.200 EUR
  • Church Music 9.000 EUR
  • Organ 8.300 EUR

Payment Deadlines

The tuition fee is paid in two instalments with the following deadlines: 

  • 1st instalment - 15 June
  • 2nd instalment - 15 September 

An invoice for 1st instalment of the tuition fee will be enclosed in the Admission e-mail that the student receives after having accepted the offer of enrolment.  

Advanced Postgraduate Diploma (soloist programme) 

The prices below covers an academic year (two semesters):

  • Instrumental 7.600 EUR (duration: 2 years) 
  • Voice 11.200 EUR (duration: 2 years)
  • Composition 8.700 EUR (duration: 2 years)
  • Orchestra Conductor 15.500 EUR (duration: 3-4 years)
  • The Royal Danish Opera Academy (affiliated with The Royal Danish Theater) 27.400 EUR (duration: 3 years)
  • Soloist Ensemble - contact RDAM for further information on prices.

Payment Deadlines

The tuition fee is paid in two instalments with the following deadlines: 

  • 1st instalment - 10 July
  • 2nd instalment - 15 September 

An invoice for 1st instalment of the tuition fee will be enclosed in the Admission email that the student receives after having accepted the offer of enrolment.

NOTE: If 1st instalment is not received by the set deadline, RDAM is not able to begin the application for the student's residence permit.
Payments received after deadline might cause a delay for the student to obtain a permit in time for the beginning of the study term.
Note that international bank transfers take longer than domestic transfers.

Exemptions from paying Tuition Fee

Under certain circumstances, students can be exempted from paying tuition fee according to Danish National Law.
Read more about Possible exemptions from tuition fee (pdf).

Note that the rules may be subject to changes, and it is solely the student's responsibility to document that he/she lives up to the requirements.