Working together for the future
Where will the RCA take you?
Rimjhim Surana (MRes RCA: Communication Design Pathway, 2019) came to the RCA to better integrate design research methodologies into her work as a designer in the development sector in India.
Since graduating, two RCA alumnae – Kyung Hwa Shon (PhD Painting, 2019) and Kate Gu (Curating Contemporary Art, 2018) – have continued to embrace the RCA ethos of cross-programme collaboration.
Ryan Mario Yasin (MA Global Innovation Design, 2017) is the Founder & CEO of Petit Pli, a company engineering innovative outerwear that grows with a child from age nine months up to four years.
Learnings that last a lifetime
No. 1 in the world for art and design (2020 QS World University Subject Rankings)
9 out of 10 of our graduates say that studying at the RCA has had a positive impact on their career
Over 95% of graduates say their current role is linked to their RCA degree
Collaborations & partnerships
We work with a selection of the world's most innovative organisations.
Service Design students are working with Rainbird and EY to develop cutting-edge AI-enabled apps that will help vulnerable banking customers better manage their finances and navigate the complex financial services industry.
CERN, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics, and the Royal College of Art come together to explore how science, technology and design can propose solutions for international sustainability challenges.