LCM & RGT Examinations in Kenya
We are proud to announce that LCM examinations (London College of Music) and RGT (Registry of Guitar Tutors) are now offered in Kenya, with
Confirmed practical centers for 2017 will be Peponi School, Banda school, Peponi House Prep School, Oshwal Senior High School, Braeburn Garden Estate, Braeburn Gitanga Rd. and Jalaram Academy for Kisumu.
**NOTE: With effect from 2017, Sonata School of Music will NO LONGER be a center for LCM Examinations.
If you wish to have a center where the examiner can come to you, a minimum entry of 25 students is required. This is because the expenses incurred by the examiner while in the country can only be met by a full day worth of examinations. Any center unable to pool 25 students must have the students travel to the nearest center for examinations, or allow us to populate your center with external candidates.
Conditions For Exam Entry
- All candidates MUST have their own original LCM publication of the exam(s) that they will be taking. This is a very strict policy. With the exception of siblings, no students will be allowed to share books. We take copyright violation very seriously and will not make any exceptions to this rule. Publications will be stamped upon entry to the examination room and they will be tagged to the candidate who uses them.
- The traditional registration forms will NO LONGER be accepted for Kenya exam registrations. All candidates must register online on this website (see the secondary menu above).
- Exam fees must be paid in full before submitting your online registration. The payment methods are all on the exam registration pages.
- RGT (Guitar) Examination entries are found at the back of the original RGT exam handbooks. Without this form, RGT entries cannot be accepted. Along with the online registration, you must send your filled out
formto MUSIXX. You will be contacted after registration with instructions for sending your form.
For more information on LCM subjects, RGT subjects,
Celebrating 130 Years of Music Eduction
As we celebrate 130 years of music education at London College of Music, I am reminded of our philosophy of being underpinned by history and tradition, but never bound by it. We live up to this by developing innovative and varied courses, supported by state-of-the-art facilities and academics who are active in industry and also research, which prepare our students for successful careers in tomorrow’s music industry.
Sara Raybould, Director of the London College of Music