The Rostov State Conservatory is a national and international centre of excellence for performing arts education. We are one of the best Conservatories in Russia, offering specialised and intensive teaching in music.
Located in the heart of Rostov-on-Don, the Conservatory is also the region’s busiest performing arts centre with hundreds of concerts taking place each year. We welcome thousands members of the public every academic year, who come to watch our talented and passionate students perform on stage.
Currently around 20% of our students come from outside Russia. Between them they represent a lot of different nationalities and add a rich multicultural diversity to the Rostov State Conservatory.
We value hard-working, talented and curious students, and, in exchange, we provide an inspiring and supportive environment in which to excel.
The Rachmaninov Rostov State Conservatory is cooperating with the leading Academies of Music and Conservatories in Russia, Belorussia, Moldova, Ukraine, Armenia, Turkey, Romania, South Korea, China, and Great Britain.
We have long and strong relationship with the Royal Conservatory of Scotland (Glasgow, Great Britain). Our successful and fruitful cooperation with the Royal Conservatoire is marked with two mutual projects of the academic mobility in the frame of the programme ERASMUS funded by the European Union.
Erasmus+ — Programme combines seven EU education, training and youth programs, including the university exchange programme, formally known as the Erasmus Programme.
As part of the Erasmus+ the Rachmaninov Rostov State Conservatory is a partner of the «George Enescu» National University of Arts from Iaşi .
”The «George Enescu» National University of Arts from Iaşi works as a State institution according to the Romanian Constitution, the Education Laws, the By-Laws of the teaching personnel and the Human Rights Declaration.
The University is a higher education institution that has as a mission:
(The Charter of the “George Enescu” National University of Arts from Iaşi)
The academic mobility programme was launched in February 2020 and will last until the end of 2022. While being the third academic mobility programme for the Rostov Conservatory in the frame of the ERASMUS, it includes both Student and Staff Mobility programmes.
The pandemic became a great obstacle for the realization of the mutual project of the two leading musical institutions, and major events were postponed until better times. But we continue supporting our collaboration and hope to fulfill our plans successfully.
The mobility component of the Erasmus+ program enables higher education students to study for part of their degree or to pursue a traineeship in a European or other associated country, encourages teacher and staff mobility and promotes transnational cooperation projects among universities across Europe.
As part of the Erasmus+ Rachmaninov Rostov State Conservatory is a partner of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
Mobility for students means the possibility of studying and / or internship abroad at a partner Conservatory for a period of 3 months. Mobility for teachers means teaching abroad at a partner Conservatory, conducting consultations and master classes.
The academic mobility program was launched in February 2017 and lasted until May, 2018. 11 students from the Rostov Conservatory and 5 students from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, along with more than 40 teachers from the both institutions took part in it. ERASMUS+ was the second successful and rather fruitful mutual project, which gave the opportunity to students- pianists, accordionists, violinists, musicologies and composers to enrich their experience in musical research and creative work.
Step 1. Choose the programme and review the requirements and application deadline date:
June 1, 2020.
Step 2. Submit the following to email@example.com:
Scan copies of the following documents:
Step 3. In the case your preliminary presentation (a video-recording of your performance) is approved, and the documents are accepted, the Conservatory sends you an official e-invitation for taking an obligatory 1 or 2-year Preparatory Course. Please, send us your e-mail.
Step 4. Upon receiving the invitation, apply to the Russian consulate in your home country for your visa.
Step 5. Buy a ticket and inform International Relations Office about the date of your arrival.
Step 6. Please note that your first visa is a one-entry visa and is valid for three months. In order to have it extended you must apply to the International Relations Office № 209 at the Conservatory no later than two months prior to the expiry date of your current visa. We strongly recommend you to arrive within the first month of your visa validity. The applicant arriving later than 5 weeks prior to his/her first visa expiry date, cannot have his/her visa extended.
Step 7. Make sure that upon arrival you can submit originals of the following documents:
Please note that all the applicants must have their migration card registered within three days upon arrival. Applicants are strongly recommended to come to the conservatory on the day of arrival or on the next day after arrival to Rostov-on-Don.
If you have questions on anything about the applications, audition and admissions process, please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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