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You came this far, and you are really going on a study exchange! A unique experience is awaiting for you!

An exchange student application , may vary depending on the host University, but generally speaking you have to submit:

  • Student Application (via EASY, when applicable)
  • Learning Agreement (via EASY, when applicable)
  • Transcript of Records, preferably in English (download from OSIRIS)
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Recording of around 20 minutes; for composition candidates: three (or four) scores, incl. sound recordings.

When filling in the Student Application and Mobility (Learning) Agreement, you need to use the KC curriculum as a guideline, while choosing the subjects offered by the partner university. NB: you have to use the relevant subject names & codes, as published on their website.

Important to know

  • In some cases, host institutions will invite you for a live audition. However, in most of the cases, a recording is sufficient.
  • Many universities have an application deadline around March of the previous academic year
  • The procedure of assessment and selection can vary per partner university. In many cases, applications for an Erasmus+ study period will be considered parallel to regular applications. In this case regular students’ applications take priority, and exchange students’ acceptance will depend on possible remaining places. Consequently, exchange application results are published at a later stage, up until the 1st of July at the latest.
  • The Royal Conservatoire is the one responsible for the attribution and payment of the Erasmus Grant, given that you comply with all requirements.

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