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About DKDM

The Royal Danish Conservatory of Music (DKDM) — public non-profit institution. It is located in Frederiksberg, Denmark. DKDM is working together with European Association of Conservatoires (AEC), Association of Nordic Music Academies (ANMA).

DKDM does research in different fields of study. You can find them on the official site.

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DKDM tuition fees

The academic calendar at DKDM is divided into two semesters, as in many other universities in Denmark. For convenience, tuition fees are calculated per year. At public Danish universities, local citizens and EU residents can study for free. For foreigners, tuition is free only for Danish programs (B2 level). English programs at DKDM start from 15,000 USD per year. With the help of financial support programs, students can partially or fully cover the cost of education. Check the university website for up-to-date information on prices and available scholarships.

When choosing an educational institution, it is necessary to take into account additional costs: accommodation, transportation, educational materials, meals and personal expenses.

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Bachelor degree at DKDM

Students are accepted to bachelor's programs at DKDM based on the results of entrance exams.

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DKDM campus

The campus of DKDM is located in Frederiksberg. The urban campus is suitable for those students who, firstly, are used to independence, and secondly, cannot imagine their life without the hustle and bustle of a big metropolis.

The university has a functioning library. In addition to educational materials in various scientific areas, it contains a collection of classical and contemporary literature. The university has everything for sports: sports grounds and clubs. Not only locals study at DKDM, but also students from other countries. The variety of cultures represented broadens the horizons of students and fills student life with all sorts of activities, the purpose of which is cultural exchange.

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What to do after graduation

After graduation, you can stay in Denmark for 2 years. To do this, you must obtain a job seeker visa, which allows you to live and work in the country. We talk about other options for immigration in our article.

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