The RNCM is required by the US Department of Education to publish the following consumer information.
Any queries should be directed to [email protected]
Student Aid Information
The RNCM provides need, and non-needs based support to students. For information about this support, please see:
For Federal Loans information, please see our US Loans page which contains:
- Terms and conditions of the Title IV HEA (Higher Education Act) loans
- Criteria for selecting recipients and determining the award amount
- Eligibility requirements and procedures for applying for aid
- Methods and frequency of disbursements of aid
- Rights and responsibilities of students receiving Title IV HEA student financial aid, including the criteria for continued student eligibility and standards for satisfactory academic progress
- Terms of loans received as part of the financial aid package, and the necessity for repaying loans
- Procedures and forms by which students apply for assistance
- A statement that enrolment in a program of study abroad approved for credit by the home school may be considered enrolment in the home school for the purposes of applying for federal student financial aid
- The exit counselling information the University collects and provides to servicers
Facilities and Services Available to Students with Disabilities
Students should be aware that any related costs can be included in their Cost of Attendance when applying for Direct and Private Loans. Please see our Additional Funding page for further information.
Academic Programme Information
For information about courses the RNCM currently offer, please see our information pages below:
For the transfer of credit policy please see:
- Admissions policy (coming soon)
Please note that any programme with an internship is not applicable to US students.
Copyright Infringement Policy and Sanctions
Unauthorised use / distribution of copyrighted materials could lead to civil / criminal liability. The RNCM copyright policy can be found in the RNCM Student Handbook, Section 2, page 5.
School and Programme Accreditation, Approval or License
In the UK, the power to award degrees is regulated by law and the Privy Council is responsible for the granting of degree awarding powers and university titles. Please see our Royal Charter.
Smoking, Alcohol and Substance Abuse policy
The Student Information handbook contains the policy and procedure.
The US Department of Education provides information on the penalties associated with drug related offences under the US Higher Education Act. Should you lose eligibility for your US student loan as a result of these penalties, we will provide you with a written notice which notifies you of your loss of eligibility and advises you of the ways in which to regain eligibility. For further information, please visit this page on the US Department for Education website.
The RNCM has no specific policy on vaccinations. We follow guidance from UKCISA, which can be found here.
The RNCM do not require students to purchase textbooks or music from any specific book shop and any recommended reading list will be provided by the specific school. Should you require specific advice, you should contact the school in the first instance.
Completion and Graduation for Students Receiving Athletically Related Aid
The RNCM do not offer any Athletics related aid or Scholarships.
The Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) collate and publish the RNCM retention rate. Please see our statistics here.
Completion / Graduation and Transfer-Out Rates
The Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) collate and publish the RNCM Completion / Graduation and Transfer-out rates. Please see our statistics here.
Placement in Employment
The RNCM submits annual data to DLHE who collate the data and provide students with useful information such as average starting salary and number of students going into work following graduation.
For undergraduate courses, you can view useful statistics from the DLHE survey and National Student Survey via the Key Information Sets available through Discover Uni.
Intercollegiate Athletic Programme Participation Rates and Financial Support Data
The RNCM does not have an intercollegiate athletic programme.
Fire report (coming soon)
Missing person report (coming soon)
Privacy of Student Records
You have rights under the Data Protection Act 1998. This includes how to make a data access request.
Should you have a complaint about the processing of your US loan, you have the right to file complaints with the US Department of Education, although it would be preferable that you contact us first so that we can try to resolve the problem for you.
Study Abroad Programmes : US students don’t participate in this programme
None Degree Programmes: These are offered but US students don’t participate in Title IV programme.
Written arrangement between an eligible foreign institution and an ineligible entity (34 CFR 600.54(c)) Notwithstanding the information contained in 34 CFR 668.5, written arrangements between an eligible foreign institution and an ineligible entity are limited to those under which the ineligible entity is an institution that meets the definition of “foreign institution” in 34 CFR 600.52. In addition, the ineligible foreign institution can only provide 25 percent or less of the educational program. Written arrangements do not include affiliation agreements for the provision of clinical training for foreign medical, veterinary, and nursing schools.
34 CFR 600.54(c) (1) Notwithstanding 34 CFR 668.5, written arrangements between an eligible foreign institution and an ineligible entity are limited to those under which -(i) The ineligible entity is an institution that meets the requirements in paragraphs (1)(iii) and (iv) of the definition of “foreign institution” in § 600.52; and (ii) The ineligible foreign institution provides 25 percent or less of the educational