Year after year, the RCA has proved the importance of bringing together designers, artists, engineers, historians and scientists, to invent and innovate products and services that have created jobs, contributed to the economy and improved the quality of people’s lives.
Sixty percent of what we teach today has been part of our curriculum since 1957. In our digital age, many universities are abandoning traditional subjects, tools and making. We believe that students at the RCA need to experience both the most ancient and progressive of creative practices.
You can invest in the people, places and projects that will define and inspire a global standard for creativity for generations to come – securing the future of the RCA, and our influence on the world – in the following ways: