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Granted the Royal Charter in 1967, Royal College of Art (RAC) is the world’s most influential, wholly postgraduate university of art and design. The RCA's Schools offer a vibrant mix of studio work, critical and creative thinking, and research. The RCA offers 24 distinctive programmes across the art and design disciplines, delivered through six integral Schools - Architecture, Communication, Design, Fine Art, Humanities and Material. MA programmes and MPhil/PhD research are delivered through the Schools, with combined facilities and opportunities for cross-pollination. Each programme offers a full package of assisted learning through tutorials, seminars and support for individual and group projects, and learning is focused to give each student the support she or he needs for building expertise in the chosen discipline. The College is home to the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, which is a pioneering multidisciplinary centre for people-centred design research.
Kensington Gore,Kensington and Chelsea,London,England,SW7 2EU
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I discovered my Japanese identity here
It was in the UK that I discovered my Japanese identity. I studied Fine Arts in Japan did my bachelors and masters there. The reason I came to London was to study more western art and to show my work to that audience. I
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It was in the UK that I discovered my Japanese identity. I studied Fine Arts in Japan did my bachelors and masters there. The reason I came to London was to study more western art and to show my work to that audience. I spent 2 years at the Royal College of Art and wanted to stay on afterwards.
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