Royal College of Music continues to climb in world rankings: now sixth among artistic institutions of higher learning!

By on March 13, 2017

Royal College of Music (KMH) have captured an impressive sixth place among world universities that offer higher arts education.

This “top list” is part of the QS World University Ranking, which uses a well-established system for measuring the level and attractiveness to higher education over the world. The data include extensive surveys, in which students and staff can assess other institutions other than its own.

2016 was done for the first time measurements specific for the performer of art. When we conquered the eleventh place, we wrote “an honorable position and an incentive for KMH to climb even higher in order to, to begin with, qualify in the top ten.”

And now we are there, with a good margin. KMH ranks thus ahead of both Indiana University Bloomington, the Paris Conservatory, the Sibelius Academy and Harvard University as regards the international attractiveness.

See the list of the top 50 universities in the “performing arts” here >>

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