University of London-Royal Academy of Musichttp://www.ram.ac.uk/
Founded in 1822, the Royal Academy of Music under the University of London is a senior conservatoire of the United Kingdom. The Academy is admitted to the University of London, and every student who successfully completes a course from this academy receives a University of London Degree. The Royal Academy of Music is the only conservatoire to be a member of the University.
The Royal Academy of Music is situated in Central London and is a few minutes from the International Students' House. The Academy also provides its students an easy access to the Wigmore Hall, Barbican, South Bank Centre, Covent Garden, London Coliseum, St John's Smith Square, and many other locations in which the world's greatest international artists perform.
The Royal Academy of Music also provides widespread availability of accommodation for its thousands of students from different parts of the world. There are almost 570 students in the Academy from over 50 countries from all over the world.
The Academy offers a wide range of courses in Music that includes the traditional instrumental and vocal disciplines, as well as Historical Performance, Jazz, Composition, Media & Applied Music, and Musical Theatre. The Royal Academy of School also provides its students an opportunity to perform with international artists through a dynamic programme of events, including regular high-profile concerts.
University of London-Royal Academy of Music
Marylebone Road, NW1 5HT, London
Greater London, London Region
Tel: 0207 873 7373, Fax: 0207 873 7374