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INTRODUCTION

WELCOME TO THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCE

PROFESSOR JOAN WHITE MA, BA, CERT.ED. FRSA

Director of Education

Royal Academy of Dance

Everyone remembers a good teacher!

Perhaps you are reading our prospectus because your dance teacher is helping you to make one of the most important decisions of your life. In making your decision you will need answers to questions such as what shall I study and where, what sort of qualification will I get, will I get a job when I finish, where shall I live, and how much will it all cost? Dance and dance teaching is central to the work of the Royal Academy of Dance and we are here to help you with answers to your questions.

At the Royal Academy of Dance we offer a unique portfolio of internationally acclaimed dance and dance teaching qualifications. The degrees, diplomas and certificates that we offer, whether undergraduate or postgraduate, university-validated or validated by the RAD as a Chartered Body, enable student teachers, teachers, and professional dancers to gain qualifications, either at the Academy’s London headquarters or by distance learning. If you choose one of our distance learning programmes, you will have the opportunity to study at times and in places to suit your specific life style and career aspirations.

One thing of which you can be certain is that at the Royal Academy of Dance, dance, dancing, dance teaching and the study of dance will be central to all that you do.

I hope to have the opportunity to welcome you to one of our programmes.

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