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RCA White City

Located in the BBC Media Village, the RCA's White City campus houses the School of Arts & Humanities programmes of Critical Writing in Art & Design, Curating Contemporary Art and V&A/RCA History of Design (located jointly at the RCA and the historic Victoria and Albert Museum), and School of Communication programmes in Animation, Information Experience Design and Visual Communication, as well as practice-based and taught research programmes including the MRes RCA pathway in Communication Design

Opening in September 2017, the White City site is the newest addition to the RCA campus, and is equipped with state of the art bespoke studio, workshop and technical spaces that have been designed particularly for RCA students. With signage designed by Dean of Communication Professor Neville Brody, the site adds a new dimension to the College's cultural offer, with opportunities for collaborations, exhibitions and events.



For more information about our White City site, including full address and how to get to us, see Maps & Visiting.