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Find out about your course and student life at our top 25 UK university.*

Our spring Open Days and Online Applicant Events are primarily designed for students who have applied and already have an offer to join us in September 2022. The events are your chance to hear from some of our world-leading academics, staff from key services such as Careers and Wellbeing, and current students.

If you have not yet applied to study at Royal Holloway, you might prefer to take a look at our Campus Tours or sign up to be the first to hear about our summer Open Days. The campus tours are either guided by one of our friendly Student Ambassadors or self-led and must be booked in advance. 

(*The Guardian University Guide 2022)

Visit our campus in person and get a real feel for student life at one of our spring Open Days.

Meet lecturers and current students, visit your academic department, find out more about our accommodation and the support available to you, and explore our facilities at your own pace. These Open Days offer a full programme of talks from every department, campus tours, and enable you to get all your questions about Royal Holloway answered in real time.

The events are grouped by subject of interest and run between 9am and 5pm. All visitors are required to book an arrival slot with the first arrival time at 9am and the last slot for 2:30pm. To attend, book the date for your subject listed below.

Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences courses:
Saturday 26 February and Sunday 20 March 2022

For students interested in courses taught by the Departments of: Classics, Criminology, Drama, Theatre and Dance, Economics, English, History, Languages, Literatures and Cultures, Law, Media Arts, Music, Philosophy, Politics and International Relations or Social Sciences. 

Book your arrival time for Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences courses here.

Business, Management and Science courses: 
Sunday 27 February and Saturday 19 March 2022

For students interested in courses taught by the Departments of: Biological Sciences, Business and Management, Computer Science, Earth Sciences, Electronic Engineering, Geography, Mathematics, Physics and Psychology.

Book your arrival time for Business, Management and Science courses here.

These events have been planned with the health and safety of students and guests as a priority, and so there will be some precautions in place. 

  • please bring no more than two guests in order to limit the number of people on campus.
  • our staff and students will be wearing face coverings whilst inside buildings and we require that all visitors do the same (unless medically exempt). 
  • we ask that all visitors please take a lateral flow test prior to travelling to campus. Please do not attend the event if the test result is positive.  

The event will also allow for social distancing as much as possible. This means that our lecture theatres for talks and presentations will have reduced capacity, and allow us to only accommodate one student and one guest. Your other guest can take advantage of the other activities happening on campus during this time.

If you have any questions, please contact us by emailing campus-tours@royalholloway.ac.uk or call +44 (0)1784 414112.

Online Applicant Events are a great way find out what life at Royal Holloway is really like from the comfort of your own home. During these events held on the 16 February and 23 March, you’ll be able to:

  • join interactive sessions with your chosen academic department,
  • explore our campus on a virtual tour,
  • find out about our accommodation options,
  • talk to current students,
  • watch exclusive videos about life at Royal Holloway.

You’ll also have the opportunity to hear from our Admissions, UK and International Student Recruitment teams and ask any questions you have about joining Royal Holloway.

Book the Wednesday 16 February Online Applicant Event from 2-5pm here

Book the Wednesday 23 March  Online Applicant Event from 2-5pm here.

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