The Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama was originally established in 1845 and ever since it has been the main university in the city of Glasgow for music and Drama. The impressive building is located just north of Suachiehall Street, on Renfrew Street. As well as offering a variety of undergraduate degrees, the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama also offers the opportunity for studying at a post graduate level. Research degrees, either MPhil or PhD are accredited with the University of Saint Andrews which is located in Fife.
The current building was purpose built and opened in 1988, and before that it was part of the Glasgow Educational Association, which began operating in 1845. The school took on its present name in 1950 and has been noted for training many of Scotland’s best known actors and actresses, directors and technicians. The institution became the first in the UK to have its own full broadcast specification television studio in 1962.
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