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BA Arts with Community

Please note, this programme is subject to validation.

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Overview

BA Arts with Community is a three-year programme for artists who want to explore performing and/or production arts in community contexts. Whether you are a performer, writer, musician, dancer, storyteller, production artist or filmmaker, this programme will encourage you to develop your own artform, facilitation practice and voice, as a socially engaged practitioner.

It is ideal for self-determined learners who are motivated by the positive impact that that the arts can have. Students will investigate the performing and/or production arts creatively, collaboratively, and ethically, with a range of people and settings, all underpinned by practice, theory and research.

We will continue to update this page as more information becomes available. In the meantime if you would like to know more about studying this programme, please email our Recruitment & Admissions Team: hello@rcs.ac.uk

The important details

UK Applicant Deadline:
29 January 2025

International (including EU) Applicant Deadline:
29 January 2025

Institution Code:
R58

Programme Code:
205F

Audition Fee:
TBC

Application Fee:
£28.50


Why RCS?

We are the only place in Europe where you can study all of the performing arts on the one campus. There is a distinctive creative energy at RCS and you’ll be made to feel part of our inclusive and diverse environment from the very beginning of your studies.

Our graduates are resourceful, highly employable and members of a dynamic community of artists who make a significant impact across the globe.

At RCS, students develop not just their art but their power to use it.

Why RCS

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World Top Ten


We were voted one of the world’s Top Ten destinations to study the performing arts (QS Rankings) in 2024, the eighth time we have been placed in the top ten since the ranking was established in 2016.