This policy outlines the procedure for students wishing to appeal academic decisions or outcomes.
Specifically tailored for students enrolled in the MA/MSc Global Innovation Design and MA/MSc Innovation Design Engineering programs, this policy provides guidelines for academic appeals.
The Academic Engagement Policy highlights the importance of active participation and involvement in academic activities on campus and sets expectations for student engagement.
This policy defines academic misconduct and provides guidelines on how instances of misconduct will be addressed and resolved.
This is a Statement about Access and Participation: with a goal of attracting diverse talent, the College aims to increase the number of Master's and research students. Financial support, career services, and comprehensive student support are provided. The adoption of a flexible academic model and studentships will enhance access for underrepresented groups.
The Admissions Policy provides information on the RCA's admissions criteria, procedures, and guidelines for prospective students.
This policy addresses the college's stance on drug and alcohol misuse, emphasising the importance of maintaining a safe and healthy environment for all students.
The Dyslexia Policy outlines the RCA's support services and accommodations available for students with dyslexia or specific learning difficulties.
This policy outlines the procedure for students who experience unexpected and unavoidable circumstances that may affect their academic performance.
The Leave of Absence Policy provides guidelines and procedures for students who need to take a temporary break from their studies.
This policy specifies the requirements and procedures for accessing and utilizing the RCA library facilities.
The Library Collections Policy provides an overview of the RCA library's collections, resources, and guidelines for their use.
This policy sets out the college's expectations for student conduct and outlines the procedures for addressing instances of misconduct.
The Poster and Information Display Policy provides guidelines for the appropriate posting and dissemination of information on campus notice boards and display areas.
This policy covers guidelines and procedures for the public exhibition of student work, ensuring professionalism and high standards of presentation.
The Referral Policy outlines the procedures for students who have not met the requirements for progression or completion in a particular module or course.
This policy outlines the ethical considerations and guidelines for conducting research involving human participants or sensitive data.
The RCA Regulations encompass the general rules and regulations that govern student conduct and academic affairs at the Royal College of Art.
If you encounter dissatisfaction or concerns with our services or standards, the complaints procedure covers issues such as misleading information, program delivery, disruption to studies, staff conduct, and contracted services. There are three stages of resolution, and confidentiality and fairness are ensured. Seek support from the Students' Union throughout the process.
The Student Refund Policy provides information on the RCA's refund procedures in cases where students are eligible for a refund.
This policy outlines the procedures and guidelines for students seeking to transfer to or from other institutions or programs.
The Terms & Conditions for Students outline the contractual agreement between students and the Royal College of Art, specifying rights, responsibilities, and obligations.