About the RCA
From the august reaches of its 185-year history to current staff, student and alumni and activities, there's more to the RCA than meets the eye.
Strategic Plan 2022–27
The Strategic Plan is our roadmap to continue to attract the most talented students, who come to us as the world’s most influential postgraduate art and design school.Read more
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About the College
Read about College governance structures, policies and official information
The Royal College of Art is an exempt charity, regulated by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE).
Use this page to browse profiles of our teaching staff, researchers and leaders. Alternatively, you can use site search to find individual visiting lecturers.
The RCA works closely with a diverse range of community partners and participants to develop collaborative projects and create a positive impact in the social and cultural fabric of our local, national and global communities.
The Royal College of Art started life in 1837 as the Government School of Design. Granted a Royal Charter and university status in 1967, today the RCA remains the world’s most influential postgraduate institution of art and design.
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The new flagship Battersea South campus, and the refurbishment of the Darwin Building on Kensington Gore.
Creating the scholarships that will support talented individuals, no matter what their background, to study at the RCA.
Investment in research and knowledge exchange that will inform and inspire a new generation of visionary practice in the creative industries.
Creative and intellectual excellence within a modern work culture.
Interested in applying to work at the RCA? Find out about how to apply.
Information on salaries, pensions, holiday and other benefits when working at the RCA.