Listen to Jesse Paul, our Head of Fair Access, and Andrew Comrie, our Director of Fair Access, chat about what Fair Access means here at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
Welcome to our pages for the Fair Access department here at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS).
Fair Access at RCS is about ensuring that people from all backgrounds have the opportunity to study in performing or production arts education. We are specifically funded to promote and provide fairer access to Higher Education. We prioritise working with people who are one or more of the following:
We provide a range of opportunities from taster sessions to more advanced activities in preparing for higher education courses, working with some of the best artists and teachers across the UK.
The three main Fair Access initiatives here at RCS are:
We believe that the performing and production arts needs voices from different backgrounds. We need the whole of society to be reflected in our industries.
If you’re not sure how we can help you, get in touch. You can also find out more about what we do below.
To get in touch:
Email the team at: firstname.lastname@example.org
– Molly Gribbon
Our activities focus on creative learning, designed to nurture your understanding of arts training at conservatoire level and to equip you with the transferable skills and qualities you need to excel as a student and beyond.
We offer a wide variety of funded opportunities including tuition, coaching, masterclasses, personal development and more.
To be eligible you need to:
To find out more:
Visit our website at: portal.rcs.ac.uk/transitions
Email the team at: email@example.com