The National College of Music and Arts, London was established over 100 years ago and now specialises as a music examinations board using its own graded examinations in music and speech subjects, with examination centres throughout the United Kingdom and overseas.
Please browse through the site and find out more about what we have to offer. We shall be pleased to hear from you, and thank you for your interest.
Congratulations to our Associate Fellows
The Council of the NCM sincerely congratulates all recently-elected Associate Fellows! We have been extremely impressed by the exceptional credentials of those on whom we have been able to confer the award and we hope that receipt of our highest non-examined diploma will encourage them ever further in their musical endeavours.
In order to qualify for consideration by the NCM’s Executive Council you need to be an experienced musician whose achievements are of the highest calibre and whose contribution to the musical arena is exceptional. If you would like to be considered for the award of Associate Fellow of the National College of Music (AFNCollM) please send a comprehensive curriculum vitae and letter of interest to our Principal, Dr Michael Walsh, at email@example.com If your application is successful a fee of £100 is payable, which covers administration costs.
During this challenging time we are pleased to be able to offer online examinations at all levels. We have a minimum requirement of five entries for grade examination bookings, which can be made online through this website, and as always, single entry is available for any of our diploma examinations.
If you are a teacher and would like to make an examination booking for your students, or if you are an individual person interested in one of our diploma examinations, please contact our Director of Studies, Mr Andrew Wilson, at firstname.lastname@example.org who will be pleased to guide you through the examination process.
National Federation of Church Musicians
The Federation is open to all church musicians, viz. organist, pianist, chorister, singer, conductor, instrumentalist, music group member. All applications for membership will be on the recommendation of the Director of Music where appropriate.