About the Royal Conservatoire

The Royal Conservatoire in The Hague is an internationally renowned institute for education in music and dance. Studying at the Royal Conservatoire means studying at the oldest Conservatoire in the Netherlands with a high commitment to excellence, where internationally renowned musicians and dancers teach, and where tradition and craftsmanship are intertwined with experiment and innovation. The Royal Conservatoire is a centre for education, research, and production: this powerful triangle is the DNA of the institute. The Conservatoire has a strong focus on internationalisation, which is not only demonstrated by a high number of international students and teachers, but also by many international partnerships, various European projects for curriculum development and recognition gained through international accreditations.

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Job Application Code University of the Arts The Hague
The Royal Conservatoire - a faculty of the University of the Arts - uses this Job Application Code when filling vacancies. The application code sets out the basic rules that are observed in the recruitment and selection of candidates and is intended to provide a standard for a transparent recruitment and selection procedure.

Working at the University of the Arts
The University of the Arts The Hague is the overarching organisation of the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague (KABK) and the Royal Conservatoire (RC). Take a look at vacancies and more information here.

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