Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

About

The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland is Scotland’s national centre for professional vocational training in performance arts. The campus is situated in the centre of Glasgow which is renowned for being a cultural powerhouse of creative arts, music, and theatre. They are leading the way as one of the top conservatoires in Europe, providing a rare breadth of artistic disciplines. The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland offers numerous undergraduate and postgraduate courses as well as doctoral programs. In addition, they provide courses for children, young adults, and older adults. The campus has excellent facilities including rehearsal rooms, recording studios, the café bar, the library, and more.

Over 100 lecturers, artists, tutors, coordinators, technicians, and support staff work in the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. As a student here, you can expect to be working with some of the best educators, performing artists, and production artists in the country. Most of the teaching staff combine teaching with professional work, with music tutors working in the national orchestras, film lecturers working on new projects across the globe, and drama tutors directing professional companies. Their teaching staff has also gained many accolades and awards for their work.

Types of Postgraduate Programs They Run

The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland provides a wide range of postgraduate-level degree courses. They span topics such as musical directing, performance, composition, music, psychology, as well as courses specific to instruments like piano and different styles such as opera. Their postgraduate courses provide award classifications such as Master of Art (MA), Master of Music (MMus), Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip), and more.

Admissions Process

Those looking to study undergraduate programs at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland should apply via the UCAS website. You will need to include the course and institution codes in your online application and these can be found on the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland website. After you have submitted your application, the admissions team will review it and contact you to let you know if you have been successful. Postgraduate applicants can also apply this way.

Accommodation

The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland has its own student halls of residence, Base Glasgow. It is located in the heart of Glasgow and is two minutes walk from the Renfrew Street building. Rent is around £149 per week for a studio bedroom and £166 for a classic studio. All classic bedrooms have shared kitchen and dining areas as well as en-suite bathrooms. Studio rooms have en-suite bathrooms too and their own modern kitchenette with microwave ovens, hobs, and fridge-freezers.  In addition, there are practice rooms at Base Glasgow and an on-site gym, games room, rooftop terrace, cinema, and more. You can find out more about the accommodation available on the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland website.

Scholarships and Financial Support

The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland has a number of scholarships and bursaries available for incoming and current postgraduate and undergraduate students. These financial supports are based on financial need, potential, and merit. They vary in amount with some offering to cover either part of the entire cost of tuition fees. For further information, visit the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland website.

Contact Info

For general enquiries, call +44 (0)141 332 4101 or email hello@rcs.ac.uk

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