Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

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  • Address: 100 Renfrew Street

Conservatoire-995

The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland provides specialised vocational education to professional standard across dance, drama, music, production and screen, preparing the next generation of professionals for the global workplace.

The conservatoire experience we provide is highly unusual in the UK. We provide everything you need to excel in your specialism and go beyond to develop your own artistic voice: the qualities you need for a flourishing, deeply satisfying career.

Studying at Scotland's national Conservatoire means that you will join an artistic and learning community that is integral to the whole country's vibrant performance culture. We are uniquely placed to partner with a wealth of inspiring professionals and artistic companies. The quality of our Conservatoire education is inextricably linked with the professional world; our professional partnerships are so embedded within the programmes that it's impossible to separate the two.

We enjoy a rigorous and intense performance schedule so you'll have many opportunities to put what you learn into practice; we regard this as an essential aspect of our highly vocational conservatoire education. With six performance spaces at professional standard, it's no surprise that we are known as the busiest producing arts venue in Scotland.


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Quick Facts

  • Founded in 1847
  • 900 students
  • 1000 teaching and research staff
  • 15% of students are international - from over 50 countries
  • 20% of students are from the rest of the UK
  • Best known for - Dance, Drama, Music, Production and Screen
  • Qualifications on offer - Bachelor, Master and PhD
  • BA Modern Ballet - 90% of our graduates are employed or in further study
  • BA Contemporary Performance Practice - 100% of our graduates are employed or full-time study
  • MA Musical Theatre - 100% of our graduates are employed or in full-time study
  • BMus - 98% of our graduates are employed or in full-time study
  • BEd Music - 96% of our graduates are employed or in full-time study
  • RAE 2008 result showed that 85% of our research in music is of recognised international quality.
  • Term starts in September
  • 180 rooms in student accommodation

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