Find out about Fellowship

Support the mission of the RSA

The Fellowship is a global network of 29,000 people who support the RSA’s mission to enrich society through ideas and action.

Why should you become a Fellow of the RSA?

You share RSA values

RSA’s mission is to create the conditions for the enlightened thinking and collaborative action needed to address today’s most pressing social challenges. At the heart of the RSA is an international community of 29,000 like-minded people, a Fellowship, with the shared values of  creativity, inclusivity and responsibility.

You support the RSA approach

The power to create is the ability to turn your ideas and aspirations into reality. The rapid pace of change in society, politics and technology means that, for the first time, millions of people around the world now have the tools and the resources to do this.  This approach – the Power to Create – informs all of the RSA work.

You are inspired by the brightest ideas

Through the unique Fellowship network new ideas from the RSA and around the world are made available to all. Fellows have access to original articles from some of the world’s greatest thinkers in the award-winning RSA Journal and they stay up to date with the latest RSA news, research and projects through regular communications.

Did you know?

There’s a very special opportunity if you are a staff member or governor at an RSA school.  You are entitled to complete a fast-track application form and can take advantage of a permanent 75% reduction on the Fellowship fee and no joining fee. The annual cost of Fellowship is currently £178 so this has been reduced to £44.50  which is only £3.71 a month by direct debit. 

Join us!

Contact Arrun Degenhardt, Fellowship Development Co-ordinator, RSA who will be happy to tell you more.

The Fellowship is a truly unique group of people. Coming from all walks of life, the Fellowship is open to anyone who shares the RSA’s values of progressive social change and wants to make a real difference in the world.

Adam Timmins, Deputy Director of Fellowship, RSA