Course fee and scholarship 2020

The main part of the costs of the 2020 course is covered by The Norwegian Academy of Music, Dextra, Voksenåsen, Svensk-norska samarbetsfonden, Eckbos legat, and Florian Leonards Fine Violins.  Your fee covers some of your own accomocation, including meals.

The course fee of NOK 5250,- includes*

  • All meals
  • Accommodation in a single room
  • Access to all masterclasses and class lessons**
  • 4-5 lessons

*If the course needs to be cancelled due to events out of our control, or if students are unable to attend due to sickness or prolonged travel restrictions, we will refund the course fee.
**Limited persons in each room.

More information here:


If you need to book a room prior to or after the course, the price is NOK 750 including breakfast. Reservations cam be made when you pay for your course.


Students may be applicable for scholarships from their universities. Ask your university for guidance.

The Norwegian Academy of Music has a scholarship that their students can be granted. Students from NMH apply for scholarship automatically when aplying for the Summer Academy. The scholarship amount (if granted) will be subtracted from the invoice for the course fee. Questions regarding scholarship from NMH may be directed to Sommerakademiet or Tore Broholt, NMH.

  • If you’re going to be able to achieve credits (ECTS) for Summer Academy Voksenåsen, you’ll need to sign up in NMH’s “Søknadsweb”. Select “Andre opptak: Sommerkurs (only for invited )” and then the current course.Registration is open. This is to be sure that your credits will be registered.Link to NMH’s “Søknadsweb”:
    Contact system administrator Rasmus Kjær at NMH if you are experiencing problems with your registration; rasmus.kjaer(@)

Students at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm may apply for a travel stipend.  See more information at KMHs webpage. 

Students at Barratt-Due may apply for scholarship from Venneforeningen. 

Voksenåsen does not have any scholarships and will not be able to answer questions regarding other scholarships than from NMH.

© Eirik Tonnem