The RSA – OCR (Oxford, Cambridge and RSA Examinations).


The Society Royal Society of Arts was a pioneer in examinations, offering the first national public examinations in 1882 that led to the formation of the RSA Examinations Board now included in the Oxford, Cambridge and RSA Examinations Board.

OCR (Oxford, Cambridge and RSA Examinations) is an examination board that sets examinations and awards qualifications (including GCSEs and A-levels). It is one of England, Wales and Northern Ireland’s five main examination boards.

CQU Sydney International Campus lecturer John Raciti has been elected a Fellow of The Royal Society of Arts, FRSA, in London, at the age of 29.

The RSA is an honorable society that has been in existence for over 250 years.

Mr Raciti was recently awarded this honor based on previous merits – in degrees he was awarded at a university postgraduate level and for outstanding work and contribution to Australian arts education in both Melbourne and Sydney, and in the Catholic and public communities.

The RSA is a society that has welcomed many high profile people such as one of its earliest members Gugliemo Marconi, the inventor of the radio.

Currently, The RSA has more than 24,000 fellows all around the world. Its Patron is currently HM Queen Elizabeth 2nd; its President is HRH Prince Philip.