About Royal Holloway, University of London
Royal Holloway is ranked highly in the UK for the quality of our research and importantly also that of our teaching - a powerful combination that benefits our students. By choosing to study here, students become part of a close-knit community that is all about inspiring them to succeed – academically, socially and culturally. With over 250 courses across 23 academic departments including arts, engineering, humanities, languages, and sciences there is a course to suit each student's career goals, interests and needs.
Supporting Schools and Colleges
Our Schools and Colleges Liaison Team works with schools and students across the UK. We support teachers, advisors and careers leads in facilitating and providing information, advice and guidance on university and careers. Through in person and online workshops, webinars, presentations and events we demystify university. We have a hub of online resources for both teachers and students to discover more about student finance, writing a personal statement or reference and much more. Check out our resources and events HERE.
Royal Holloway is a top 25 University (1) located in Egham, Surrey. Our beautiful (2) campus is built across 135 acres and includes an ancient woodland, hidden arboretum and free roaming deer. Just 40 minutes by train to London Waterloo and 7 miles from London Heathrow, it’s a peaceful green escape within easy commuting distance of the Capital and world.
As one of the UK’s most international universities ours is a rich and vibrant community bringing together diverse perspectives. With over 150 clubs & societies there’s a range of activities to get involved in with our students reporting an above sector average student satisfaction rate (3). Finally, our awarding-winning careers service will help you achieve your goals with 79% of UK undergraduate leavers in graduate level work or in further study 15 months after graduating (4).
1 - The Guardian University Guide 2022 - ranked #22
2 - The 10 most beautiful university in the UK, Times Higher Education, 2018 – Ranked #1
3 - The National Student Survey (NSS) 2021
4 - Data from Government run Graduate Outcomes Survey (GOS) of 2018 leavers, graduate level work defined by the government
Showcasing life at Royal Holloway