Who can apply
Piano Accompaniment Fellows and Junior Fellows should already have successfully completed formal studies at a level equivalent to a postgraduate diploma or degree or be completing these studies in the academic year in which the application is made. Applications will be considered from those with equivalent experience.
Please note that in order to hold a Fellowship, if you are not an EU resident, you must obtain permission to be in the UK from the UK Border Agency. Unless you are a student on the Artist Diploma course at the Royal College of Music, Fellows are not eligible to hold or extend student visas. The only option currently available for non-EU Junior Fellows is the Youth Mobility Scheme. For further information and details of eligible nationalities please visit the Home Office website.
Please ensure that you have the most up-to-date information as this can change.
Applicants need to be able to demonstrate substantial successful experience in their specialism, the motivation and determination to continue intensive studies, and the desire to develop their skills by working regularly with other musicians within and outside the College.
Should you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Applications for 2017-18 are now closed. Fellowships available for 2018-19 will be advertised in the Autumn 2017 term.