The College is still accepting applications for 2017/18 entry for all programmes except Ceramics & Glass, Fashion, Global Innovation Design, Jewellery & Metal, Photography, Print and Sculpture. APPLY HERE.
The UK Government has confirmed that EU students applying to English universities in autumn 2018 will continue to benefit from the current system of postgraduate loans and pay the same fees as UK students, for the duration of their programme.
EU nationals will also remain eligible to apply for Research Council PhD studentships at UK institutions for 2018 to 2019 to help cover costs for the duration of their study.
The Royal College of Art welcomes applications from all over the world. If you are considering applying to the College for 2017/18, you can prepare for your application by researching the academic programmes offered by each of the Schools, accessing the Applications 2017/18 page and information under Fees & Funding.
The criteria for acceptance are talent and potential, along with the commitment and the ambition to make a difference within an art or design discipline.
In this section, you will find details about what is required to make an MA or Research application to the College, along with dates and deadlines and information about entry requirements.
You are welcome to visit the College during the application period: please note the dates and times of programme Open Days, along with contact information for each programme.
All programmes welcome enquiries regarding MA, MPhil, MRes and PhD study throughout the year.
Our Equal Opportunities Policy is accessible via the menu.
New Government Postgraduate Loan Scheme
£10,000 study loans available to do MA, MPhil and MRes courses at the RCA.
The Higher Education Funding Council for England have announced details of a new loan scheme for students starting Master courses from 2016. Click here for more details.
HEFCE Guidance for Prospective Postgraduate Students
The HEFCE guide Steps to Postgraduate Study provides information and resources for prospective UK, European Union and international students considering taught postgraduate courses. It highlights questions that students may wish to ask themselves and course providers about their study options, and provides links to where they may find answers.
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