With some 650 undergraduates and another 200 online, international and postgraduate students, Rose Bruford College is committed to giving each and every individual unqualified student support, and a quality training, teaching and learning experience. Our commitment as a university-sector drama school is to continually develop and lead our sector through education and training that is student centred and industry focused. We will offer our graduates the best possible preparation for successful and satisfying careers as innovative and enterprising practitioners.
OUR COMMITMENT TO OUR STUDENTS AND THOSE WHO TEACH THEM
1. We aim to support both our students and staff in their ambitions and aspirations to be independent learners and professional teachers and to maintain the College’s reputation as a world-class, practice-based, professional conservatoire.
- Develop the academic environment for students through enriched courses that are constantly being developed and monitored to deliver the highest standards of excellence, which are informed by the latest developments in the subject of study and industry practice.
- Provide academic staff with the stimulation, support, mentoring and resources to continually develop as teachers and practitioners, ensuring that staff maintain a close understanding of current developments in research, scholarship and professional practice in their subjects.
- Deliver a broad range of taught, distance-learning and research degrees, whilst adopting new models of non-degree and continuing professional training.
- We aim to create new insights in the area of theatre and performance through distinctive approaches to research into and through practice.
2. We aim to continually develop and lead our sector through education and training that is industry focused. We will offer our graduates the best possible preparation for successful and satisfying careers as innovative and enterprising practitioners.
- Make certain that our programmes reflect changing practices in the industry.
- Improve student employability through career guidance and by showcasing their work to industry professionals.
- Attract industry professionals to the College to teach and share their knowledge and practice with students and staff.
- Collaborate with external partners nationally and internationally to create opportunities for students to learn in diverse professional and educational environments.
3. We aim to give our students the necessary mentoring, student support and career support so that they will be successful students and productive graduates.
- Provide quality teaching, technical and pastoral support at all levels of training.
- Enable students of all abilities to achieve the best out of their studies and with the appropriate support mechanisms.
- Ensure that our library, teaching and learning facilities and VLE are up-to-date and can deliver the right level of ancillary support.
- Continue to monitor appropriate assessment work and returns to meet student expectations.