Degrees and Programmes
If you wish to apply for RIAM’s full-time and part-time programmes for 2018/19, the process begins with an online application.
The deadline for all applications is 1st December. Please check out our prospectus for full-time applicants. RIAM Prospectus (July 2017)
The Royal Irish Academy of Music has a proven track record of fostering musical talent and producing graduates that have gone on to significant international careers, or who have contributed to our vibrant cultural community through work in other aspects of the music profession.
Meet the Faculties
The RIAM faculties include all classical musical disciplines, such as Keyboard; String; Woodwind, Brass and Percussion; Vocal and Musicianship.
Throughout its 150-year history, the Academy has nurtured and developed the talents of many of Ireland’s finest musicians.
We maintain small numbers on all of our Degrees and programmes as our focus is on giving the students a high level of attention in terms of lesson time, advice on their career path, and opportunities for performance. Applications for all Degrees and Programmes are made directly to the Academy [excluding Bachelor of Music in Education – application must be made through the CAO]. Please review the following admission criteria before completing your application.
We offer the following courses:-
Postgraduate Degrees and Programmes
Bachelor in Music Performance Handbook Instrumental Modules [Academic Year 2017-2018]
Bachelor in Music Performance Handbook Vocal Modules [Academic Year 2017-2018]
Bachelor in Music Composition Handbook [Academic Year 2017-2018]
Bachelor in Music Education
Applicants for Bachelor in Music Education must make application through the CAO
Access Handbook [Academic Year 2017-2018]
Diploma in Music Teaching and Performance [Academic Year 2017-2018]
Diploma in Community and Group Music Teaching Handbook [Academic Year 2017-2018]
Diploma in Conducting