Abbey Road Institute Amsterdam Response to COVID- 19

AN UPDATE FROM ABBEY ROAD INSTITUTE AMSTERDAM

In light of the current and developing situation with the coronavirus we have temporarily closed our campus and have moved to giving our students online lectures. This was a carefully considered decision and one we have made as we feel this is the best way to protect our students and staff whilst continuing to teach.

We are closely following the guidance provided by both the Dutch government and World Health Organisation to make sure we have the most up to date information and can effectively monitor the situation.

We’ll be updating our website and social media channels on a regular basis with status updates. Our team are still here, working from home and available to speak with you. If you have any questions please drop us an email amsterdam@abbeyroadinstitute.com

By day, you’re soaking in the knowledge of industry experts. By night, you practice what you’ve learnt in a playground of high-end studio equipment. What more could you possibly want?

Janice Wong, Amsterdam Graduate 2017

Abbey Road Institute is not a school, it is a high end production studio with a control room full of learners.

Théo Dorey, Amsterdam Graduate 2016

When you come here, it’s all about being eager to learn, put in the time, and believe in what you do. Hard work pays off.

Emiliano Caballero, Lecturer

“Every day spent here felt like I was better than the day before. It is beautiful to think in colours, mix with flavours and develop a unique way to listen and understand music. Abbey Road is all about perspective and attitude, things which are taught so well between the magical walls of the institute“

Stefan Roscovan, Amsterdam Graduate 2017

From the moment I entered Abbey Road Institute Amsterdam it took me a total of 5 minutes to realise that I came to the right place. It has been one of the best experiences, meeting new friends for life from all over the world. You learn so, so much in just 1 year in an incredible environment, which has to be felt to understand.

Fabian Brummel, Amsterdam Graduate 2017