The Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music (LRAM) provides an opportunity for you to acquire and have recognised a set of occupationally relevant skills in one-to-one music teaching as an adjunct to an undergraduate or postgraduate award. The LRAM gives you a solid foundational knowledge of the principles of teaching, together with practical skills in teaching an instrument, voice or composition (that of your Principal Study) to children or adults within the context of individual tuition. The LRAM is offered to students who are formally enrolled on one of the Academy’s undergraduate or postgraduate programmes.

Online registration for LRAM begins in enrolment week, and there is a fee of £350.

LRAM Handbook

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