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Sebastia, a Palestinian village of over 4,500 inhabitants

Key details


  • 11am – 12pm


  • Online


  • Free

Who could attend

  • Prospective students


  • Recruitment event

Join this online panel discussion and Q&A session to learn more about our programmes in the School of Architecture.

Embark on a journey with us in this online panel discussion and postgraduate Q&A, "Future Living Unveiled: Transforming Our Cities and Landscapes Together," where we invite everyone to explore how our Design Practice MArch, City Design MA, and Environmental Architecture MA programmes are addressing urgent global issues and reshaping the way we live in cities.

This inclusive discussion will unravel the planetary implications of construction and highlight the critical role we all play in shaping the future of our urban landscapes. Join us to learn how we can collectively support creative and critical engagement with the world, fostering new opportunities for positive change.

You can expect to learn

  • More about different approaches to city design teaching and design practice
  • How the RCA expands and pivots practice and approaches designing of cities in a transdisciplinary way
  • How the RCA offers unique exhibiting skills to make knowledge public
  • More about social innovation based on spatial and environmental justice
  • More information for career changes, upgrades and the professional network that contributes to the programmes within the School of Architecture

Who is this event for?

  • Those interested in postgraduate study at the Royal College of Art
  • Current RCA applicants and offer-holders
  • Parents, guardians, family members, and those interested in these topics are also welcome to join

How to join

This event will take place virtually on Zoom. The event is free to attend, but you will need to register through Eventbrite to guarantee your spot and receive the Zoom link.

To avoid any technical issues on the day, we recommend you download the latest version of Zoom in advance.

When it’s time, come back to this Eventbrite page to join the event - you’ll get an email reminder on the day too.

Book a free ticket

In order to attend this event, please book a free ticket here.