RCS continues winning streak

RCS continues winning streak

Published: 15/07/2016

Right off the back of winning in two categories at this years HEIST Awards, last night RCS continued the winning streak at the Herald higher Education Awards in Glasgow, taking home the Widening Access Award.

At RCS we are proud to have won this award and be recognised for our uniqueBA Performance in BSL and Englishdegree, as well as our Transitions 20/40 Programme. As an educational institution RCS is always looking for ways to make the arts more accessible and inclusive.

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