Goals and results

As a public institution under the Ministry of Culture, RMC is guided by objectives formulated by the government, parliament, the minister and the ministry. These are augmented by strategic objectives that the Conservatory itself has drawn up, in consultation with the ministry. On this page you can find information on the Conservatory’s mission and vision, framework agreement, annual reports, pedagogical foundation, average grades, and numerous evaluations and studies.

 

Mission and vision

RMC’s mission and vision is set out in a framework agreement entered into with the Danish Ministry of Culture for the period 2019-22. RMC’s mission, through education, artistic development, research and general cultural activities, is to contribute to a vibrant artistic and cultural life, and the development of society. RMC’s vision is to be a pioneer in the study, practice and development of contemporary music; that students and staff at RMC thrive in a creative atmosphere of inspiring exchange and inventive inquiry; that RMC educates future innovators in music who enrich artistic and cultural experience in the world; and that graduates fra RMC, informed by deep knowledge and upon a foundation of highly developed skills, install themselves in society and actualize potentials in a wide network of relations, both locally and globally.

RMC is part of the Ministry of Culture, which consists of a department and more than 30 agencies and cultural institutions. The mission of the Ministry of Culture is, through art and culture, to create access to cultural education and development for people and society. The Ministry of Culture's vision is to create culture that enriches and enthuses.

Read RMC’s framework agreement (pdf in Danish)

                            

Annual reports

The annual report contains summaries of the year's academic and financial results, and the Conservatory’s expectations towards the coming year.

The reports is only released in Danish and can be downloaded from the Danish language version of rmc.dk.

 

Examinations and grades

Examinations at RMC fall into two categories: concluding examinations and proficiency tests. In the assessment of certain examinations, appointed external examiners also participate. The assessment given is either a grade from the seven-point scale, the evaluation Pass/Fail, a written statement or a written evaluation. A “written evaluation” means a graded assessment of a previously defined range of skills. The four forms of assessment may be used in combination, e.g. a pass/fail evaluation accompanied by a written statement.

The information on RMC’s assessment methods available at this site relates to the Conservatory’s concluding examinations with external moderation, divided up by study programme, educational level and subject. The information is based on grades awarded according to the seven-point scale and on a Pass/Fail basis. Statements and written evaluations are not included in the information.

The reports is only released in Danish and can be downloaded from the Danish language version of rmc.dk.

 

Employment reports

The employment reports contain information on the participation rates, unemployment and employment rates, workplaces, occupational status and earnings of RMC’s graduates.

The reports is only released in Danish and can be downloaded from the Danish language version of rmc.dk.

 

Graduate surveys

Graduate surveys illuminate the employment situation and educational qualifications of RMC’s graduates, including their work and wishes in this connection, the skills they have acquired through their study programmes, and the link between these skills and the needs of the employment market.

The reports is only released in Danish and can be downloaded from the Danish language version of rmc.dk.

 

Employer surveys

Employer surveys reveal the expectations and attitudes of employers towards the relevance and quality of the study programmes offered by the four Danish music academies, as well as their perceptions of the skills of academy-trained musicians.

The reports is only released in Danish and can be downloaded from the Danish language version of rmc.dk.

 

Learning environment evaluations

Learning environment evaluations are carried out every three years, and are intended to analyse and if necessary improve the Conservatory’s physical, psychological and aesthetic learning environment. On the basis of the survey results, an action plan is drawn up for any adjustments required in the learning environment.

The reports is only released in Danish and can be downloaded from the Danish language version of rmc.dk.