Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s review of the year

From royal days to remember to famous graduates returning to their roots and a year of captivating performances … 2019 brought many magical moments to the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS). At its Annual General Meeting today (Wednesday, December 4), Scotland’s national conservatoire reflected on a year of student, staff and graduate achievements.


Scotland’s national conservatoire appoints new governors

Five senior figures from the worlds of arts, higher education and business have been appointed to the board of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Andrew Butcher, Morag Campbell, Stuart Cross, Dorothy Miell and Philip Rodney join the Board of Governors, responsible for overseeing the institution’s activities, determining its future direction and fostering an environment in


Royal Conservatoire of Scotland delighted by extension of royal patronage

His Royal Highness, The Prince Charles, Duke of Rothesay, has extended his Patronage of Scotland’s national conservatoire. Welcoming the announcement, Professor Jeffrey Sharkey, Principal of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, said: “The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland values deeply and benefits from The Duke of Rothesay’s Patronage and we are delighted and honoured to have this continue. Our


Post-study Work Visas Update

Last week the UK Government announced the return of Post-study Work Visas. These enable eligible students to work in the UK for two years after completing their course.

Under the spotlight: Mary Miller

From music student to orchestral performer, newspaper critic and internationally-renowned cultural leader, graduate Mary Miller has enjoyed a stellar career in the performing arts.

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