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Equality, diversity and inclusion

We committed to making RADA a safe, inclusive space for our diverse community, where everyone can fulfil their potential.

Equality, diversity and inclusion at RADA

Statement on anti-racism

Access and participation

Zero tolerance statement

RADA Pride

Student wellbeing

The Student Wellbeing Service delivers a robust and fully integrated service of wellbeing support, helping you get the most out of your course.

An introduction to RADA's Wellbeing Service

Read about the support we offer

Living in London

Our location in central London puts you at the heart of the capital's vibrant cultural network.

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Financial support

We believe no-one should be held back because of financial or personal circumstances.

Fund your training

RADA Connect

Safeguarding and reporting a concern

RADA's safeguarding policy ensures a safe creative learning environment to support and promote the promote the welfare of our community. You can report a concern either anonymously, or with your contact details so we can follow up with you.

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Support for students with a learning difference, disability or neurodiversity

We support students as individuals, working together to make sure you get the most out of your training and helping you access any additional support you need.

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International students

We are a community of students and staff from all over the world, united by a passion for making theatre and telling stories.

Support and advice for international students

Governance structure and student advisors

Information regarding the Governance here at RADA, providing details about the RADA Council, the Staff and Student Governors and Representatives.

RADA Council

Academic board and governance structure

Student governors and student reps

Regulations and policies

Find our policies on admissions, academic regulations, student conduct and freedom of speech.

Policies for current students and admissions


Our on-site theatres, workshops, rehearsal studios and library occupy three buildings on Gower Street and Chenies Street in central London.

Explore our facilities

Explore our range of full-time and short courses in Acting and Theatre Production.

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