The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, founded as the Glasgow Athenaeum in 1847 provides specialised vocational education to professional standards across dance, drama, music, production and screen.
As the only conservatoire in the UK, and one of few internationally, to offer dance, drama, music, screen, and production, students are provided with an education that transcends disciplinary boundaries.
Facilities spread over two Glasgow city centre campuses are amongst the best in Europe, with specialist dance rehearsal space, technical construction workshops, props and wardrobe facilities, a new digital media suite, recording studio facilities and professional performance venues.
The Conservatoire is uniquely placed to partner with a wealth of inspiring professionals and artistic companies; students benefit from the blend of mentoring and real world experience, working in a professional but supported context. There are currently around 800 students from around the world on the Conservatoire’s degree programmes.
Undergraduate courses at the Royal Conservatoire Scotland.
Postgraduate courses at the Royal Conservatoire Scotland.
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