Royal Holloway University of London

We’re a pioneering university, steeped in history and culture, yet constantly evolving and adapting to the demands of modern higher education.

Our university was founded by two social reformers who pioneered the ideal of education and knowledge for all who could benefit. Their vision lives on today. As one of the UK’s leading research-intensive universities, we are home to some of the world’s foremost authorities in the sciences, arts, business, economics and law. As teachers and researchers they change lives, expand minds and help current and future leaders understand power and responsibility.  We are strengthened by diversity, and welcome students and academics who travel from all over the world to study and work here, ensuring an international and multi-cultural perspective within a close-knit and historic campus.

Royal Holloway, University of London (RHUL) is a university and a constituent college of the federal University of London. It has three faculties, 20 academic departments and c. 9,265 undergraduate and postgraduate students from over 100 countries. The campus is located west of Egham, Surrey, 19 miles (31 km) from central London.

Royal Holloway is ranked 31st in the UK and 197th in the world by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings for 2018. Royal Holloway was ranked in 30th place in the world (9th in the UK) for 2016 in the category of “International Outlook”.

Experience campus life

When you study at Royal Holloway International Study Centre, you will have access to all the University’s facilities. This means you will be immersed in university life from the day you arrive. The campus has everything you might need in one place, from places to eat and socialise with friends, to study rooms and a library where you can do research as your programme requires.

Clubs and societies

Getting involved in student activities on campus will introduce you to other students and help you find others who share your interests. You can join 140 student-run clubs and societies, where you can for example:

Build your first app

Start developing your entrepreneurial and programming skills as a student.

Relax with yoga

Take the time to have a break from yours studies so you are more productive.

Join a music band

Take the opportunity to develop new creative skills.

Act in a play

This is a great to way to work on your public speaking skills.

There are no classes at the International Study Centre on Wednesdays, giving you the opportunity to join sports clubs and societies at the University. This is a traditional part of the university experience, giving you some extra free time when you can explore the campus.

If you have a unique interest but can’t find a dedicated society or club for it, you can start your own. This is a fantastic opportunity to develop transferrable skills like leadership, organisation, time and people management, and problem solving. Such an experience where you have showed initiative will benefit your career development and impress employers.

  • The Emily Wilding Davison Building: a modern, well-stocked library that opened in 2017 with 1,150 in different study zones for individual or group work
  • The Founder’s Building: a spectacular Victorian building from 1886 at the heart of university life, containing lecture halls, a picture gallery and the campus’s chapel
  • The Beatrice Shilling Building: the latest investment opening in 2018 with a lecture theatre, seminar rooms and the brand new home of the Department of Electronic Engineering.

 

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