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The CAMRAM scheme enables Cambridge Music students taking the recital options in the Tripos examinations during their second and third year (and very exceptionally in the first year) of Undergraduate study, to take lessons at the Royal Academy of Music in London alongside their studies at the University. Students selected for the scheme are assigned a teacher at the Academy and in addition to receiving individual tuition on their principal instrument, they may attend (and exceptionally perform in) departmental classes by arrangement. Lessons are paid for by the College of successful students, as the supervision equivalent, and do not represent additional funding.

CAMRAM was established in 2013 by the Director of Performance, Margaret Faultless, who is also Head of Historical Performance at the Academy. Students on the scheme benefit from individual advice provided by Margaret in devising a tailor-made programme of study.