The below fee schedule is applicable only for beginners Online or Offline classes, can change at any time without notice.
LONDON COLLEGE OF MUSIC - GRADES & DIPLOMAS
At ‘Philips School of Music’ we offer the globally honored qualifications in music by LCM, Established in 1887, the London College of Music Examinations (LCME) is one of the longest-established exam boards for the creative arts in the UK and the only one that is part of a leading British university, the University of West London.
Courses involve Pre-Grades, Grades, and Diplomas (Associate, Licentiate, and Fellowship)
FEE STRUCTURE: 2020-21
○ Rs 5999 per month
➢ Offline students - one-time Equipment Maintenance Fee: Rs 2900 (Non-refundable)
➢ All musical instruments will be provided at the school, students NO need to carry
➢ Method - Online, and Offline
➢ Each individual lesson is 40 minutes
➢ Working Hours 10 AM to 8 PM
➢ EXAMINATION | CERTIFICATION - by West London University.
➢ Students can participate in Recital / Concerts and Showcase their talent
➢ Band and Group practice after completing the basic program
➢ Eligible students will get a Certificate / Recommendation letter to apply for universities abroad Should you need more information please contact - 7093 000 999
Students participating in the Recital Concert
Philips School of Music - 2015
If you are looking for admission into Philips International School of Music for :
Theory of Music
Philips School of Music welcomes applications for admission from anyone who has completed 5 years of age, there is no maximum age limit, and is committed to the musical arts.
Applicants are evaluated according to standards that gauge abilities and talent in the music, Simple things like sense of pitch, Sense of rhythm or rhythmic patterns, or ability to follow a study pulse will be assessed before the admission if the student is found satisfactory admission will be provided.
Most often there is always a waiting list of candidates for admission for both Online / Offline
Admission to The Philips School, Each year the number of applicants for admission far exceeds the number of spaces available,
This is true at all levels/grades of admission, although the competition for admission to specific programs may vary from year to year.