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From developing life skills and crafts expertise to inspiring schoolchildren to grow food and sharing advanced knowledge and experience of building sustainable communities, the Prince’s Foundation aims to offer leading-edge, in-depth and enjoyable teaching for all.


Whether you’re looking to take your study further or you want to build on your current skills, we offer a variety of interdisciplinary courses for students and professionals. From short courses in building crafts and heritage skills to full-time postgraduate studies in sustainable urbanism and development, there’s something to inspire anyone who is committed to creating sustainable and beautiful places.

Students and Alumni

We have been lucky enough to teach some of the most exceptional and talented students through our portfolio of courses, many of whom go on to highly successful careers in a variety of disciplines. Here are some of their stories and what they have achieved after studying with us.

School of Traditional Arts

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We ensure that traditional arts enrich our changing world by offering courses at all levels to everyone interested in developing their knowledge and skill in textiles, ceramics, calligraphy, stained glass, mosaics and more. From short courses, taster sessions and lectures to our pioneering academic programmes and outreach work in over 20 countries, we aim to inspire people to continue their journey with traditional arts, taking our heritage into the future.

Visit The Prince's Foundation School of Traditional Arts to find out more.

Dumfries House

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One of Britain’s most beautiful country estates, Dumfries House, provides innovative programmes for primary-age pupils to post-graduate students. Farm-to-fork experiences, exciting workshops in STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering, maths) and the opportunity to take part in craft initiatives, are all part of the dynamic education offering.

The Estate also proves a space for many craftspeople to demonstrate and learn hands-on skills of building restoration and heritage crafts, including stonemasonry, joinery and timber framing, thatching, lime plastering and pargeting. The ongoing restoration project, begun in 2007 by HRH The Prince Charles, can be seen by visitors to the estate all year round.

Visit Dumfries House to find out more.