Entrance examinations and work samples
The entrance examinations tests special eligibility. They form the basis for the selection for admission to the various educations. Everyone who applies for the musician educations and pays registration fees or is exempt from fees, is called to the entrance examination. For some programmes, we also request work samples, repertoire list and a resumé.
Digital entrance examinations 2021
For admission to the academic year 2021/2022, most exams will be conducted digitally. See the test description for your programme / course what applies.
The joint music theory tests, so called MT-tests, will most likely also be conducted digitally – more information about this will be published here shortly.
Orchestral excerpts Classical Music
For the performance programmes in Classical Music there are compulsory pieces and orchestral excerpts to download.
The local examniations are auditions and some music theory tests. They are carried out and assessed at the music college you are applying to. In order to be accepted for education here, the local examinations must be conducted here, at KMH in Stockholm.
A few weeks after you have registered, you will receive a letter with an invitation to the entrance exams. You will then also receive links for uploading work samples and / or films for video audition.
Local KMH examinations take place in week 11. They usually start on Sunday in week 10, and then last for 7, sometimes 8 days. However, you do not take tests every day.
Joint music theory test, MT-test
The MT-test are joint for all music colleges in Sweden. The are performed only at the college of your highest priority when registering. Approved results on MT-test can in some cases be credited to other music colleges in Sweden.
MT-test are performed for the following bachelor porgrmmes at KMH:
- Performance, Classical Music (KMH-40000)
- Performance, Classical Music Edsberg (KMH-50000)
- Performance, Classical Music Early Music (KMH-60000)
Work samples, presentation / resumé and repertoire
For programmes in conducting, composition and music and media production, we request that you send in a work sample, presentation / resumé and repertoire list when you apply. A description of what the work test should include can be found on the programme page.
Conducting and Composition
You will receive a link for uploading by e-mail shortly after 15 January.
If you want to use the same work sample for applying to several programmes, you must submit one copy per programme applied for.
Music and media production
For the bachelor programme Performance Music and Media Production and the Masters programme Performance Music Production you admit the work samples digitally no later than 25 January. Upload via our service for entrance examinations and sample tests External link. (Swedish).
Contact the Student Affairs Office
Questions about application and admissions for programmes and courses: