AbstractWithin the group of stimuli‐responsive, “smart” materials, upper critical solution temperature (UCST) polymers remain sparsely investigated. Thus, this work focusses on a vastly ignored UCST polymer: polymethacrylamide (PMAAm). A cost‐efficient photoiniferter reversible addition–fragmentation chain transfer (RAFT) polymerization yielding narrowly dispersed (Đ < 1.1) PMAAm is presented. This PMAAm exhibits highly thermoreversible UCST‐type phase transitions (PT) in water/ethanol mixtures (ethanol content: 17–35 wt%) which are investigated via temperature dependent dynamic light scattering (DLS). Apart from the ethanol content, the PT temperature is affected by polymer mass fraction and chain length and varies between 10–80 °C depending on the three mentioned parameters. Lastly, PMAAm's propensity towards amide hydrolysis and concomitant PT‐suppression is investigated. Below temperatures of 40 °C, PMAAm solutions show no sign of amide hydrolysis for at least three days, however, if heated to 70 °C, the thermoresponsiveness gradually degrades within hours.