Robert Schumann Hochschule

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The Robert Schumann Hochschule (Robert Schumann University of Music and Media) is a college for music studies at the university level located in Düsseldorf, Germany.


In 1935 three private music schools were merged into the Robert Schumann Conservatorium, named after the composer Robert Schumann, who lived in Düsseldorf for the final four years of his life.

In 1972 the state of North Rhine-Westphalia became the body responsible for the music college. It became part of the public college for music in the Rhineland. In 1987 it became an independent college and was given its current name.


The Hochschule offers courses in:

The Hochschule has about 41 professors, 160 lecturers and 600 students.

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Coordinates: 51°14′32″N 6°46′19″E / 51.24222°N 6.77194°E / 51.24222; 6.77194