Royal Holloway University of London

Royal Holloway is one of the UK’s leading research-intensive universities, with 20 academic departments spanning the arts and humanities, sciences, social sciences, management, economics and law. Royal Holloway is a member of the University of London which is a brand recognized around the world.

Main Campus:
Egham

Locations:
Egham

Student Population:
9,000


Faculties:

Overview

—   We’re ranked 1st in the UK and 5th in the world for international outlook in the Times Higher World Rankings
—   Studying at Royal Holloway gives you access to the University of London careers service which helps students access links with a range of national and international companies
—   Our Founder’s Building is widely recognised as one of the most spectacular university buildings in the world

Areas Of Study

Academic departments at Royal Holloway are grouped into three faculties, and all offer a wide range of intellectually challenging and diverse programmes of study.

Our academic departments

Arts & Social Sciences
–  Classics & Philosophy
–  Drama & Theatre
–  English
–  History
–  Media Arts
–  Modern Languages, Literatures & Cultures
–  Music
–  Politics & International Relations

Management, Economics and Law
–  Criminology & Sociology
–  Economics
–  Law
–  Management

Science 
–  Biological Sciences
–  Computer Science
–  Earth Sciences
–  Geography
–  Information Security
–  Mathematics
–  Physics
–  Psychology

Pathway Programmes

The university preparation courses offered by the Royal Holloway’s Centre for the Development of Academic Skills(CeDAS) aim to provide students with the skills to succeed in their undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses. The Centre offers a range of courses including a Pre-Masters Diploma for International Students, pre-sessional English language programmes of 4,8 and 12 weeks, and in-sessional academic English courses. Students can also study an International Foundation Year at the Royal Holloway International Study Centre. Students can choose one of four subject pathways: Arts, Media, Film and Music; Business and Economics; Sciences or Social Sciences.

Fees and Finance

 Undergraduate  Postgraduate Research  Postgraduate Research
 £12,900-£14,600  £12,900-£13,600  £11,900-£18,500
(MBA)

Living Expenses
£6,300 – £8,400

Information about scholarships can be found on
www.royalholloway.ac.uk/international/feesandfunding/scholarships

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