EXAM LCM EXAM BOARD
What is The London College of Music (LCM) Examination Board?London College of Music is the International Music Board a part of the University of West London in the UK. London College of Music offers an impressive range of innovation courses, respected worldwide and delivered with creativity and passion by practicing industry experts. Courses include Performance and Composition, Popular Music Performance and Recording, Performing Arts, Music Management, Music Technology and Theatre Production.
Why take LCM practical Exams?
The LCM has 250 centers throughout the UK and overseas. A broad range of subjects is offered in music and in drama and communication, catering for candidates of all levels and are unique in the graded examinations sector in being awarded by a university.
LCM’s graded and diploma examinations in most subjects are accredited by Ofqual (formerly the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority, QCA), which serves as a UK governmental stamp of approval and quality assurance, confirming parity of standards with other similar examinations boards. Furthermore, the resulting mapping of LCM Examinations onto the QCF (Qualifications and Credit Framework) means that candidates applying to UK universities through the UCAS system can increase their points tariff if they have been awarded a Pass or higher at Grade 6-8 in an accredited subject.
Graded and diplomas syllabuses are available free of charge via our website uwl.ac.uk/lcmexams, or from the LCM Examinations office.
WHEN are exams?
There are 3 exam sessions per year
Awards Giving to the first, second, and third highest marks candidates of each year.
LCM Piano Competition. This will be held every two years.
For more information please contact Mrs. Siriwan Karnasuta,