This autumn we are offering a range of opportunities for you to explore our campus and courses using a mixture of online and on-campus events.Exploring Royal Holloway this Autumn
Our Online Open Days allow you to explore your courses and departments, talk to academics and current students, and gain information and insight into our teaching, facilities and accommodation.
Due to the measures needed to keep everyone safe in light of Covid-19, it is not possible to run a full Open Day on campus this year. However, in order to provide an opportunity to visit campus in person, we are offering a number of Covid-secure Autumn Visit Experiences.
More information about all of these opportunities can be found here.
Getting to Royal Holloway
Where is Royal Holloway?
We are located on the A30 in Egham, Surrey and our postcode is TW20 0EX.
Where can I park my car?
Parking is free for all guests at the Open Day on our Egham campus, parking marshals will direct you to the nearest available space upon arrival.
How do I get to Royal Holloway from the train station?
Our nearest train station is Egham, which benefits from direct services from central London and across the South East. We will be running a free shuttle bus between the station and the campus throughout the day.
Applicant visit days
Get an in-depth feel for what it’s really like to study your chosen course. These specially-tailored days feature department-specific activities, a tour of campus, a look around our accommodation, and a talk on student life. The day includes the opportunity to visit our Advice Hub and Parents' talks, as well as the chance to speak with students about their experiences of studying here.
You will receive your invitation to an Applicant Visit Day once you've received an offer to study with us. This will be sent by email to the address on your UCAS application. You will be able to choose from a selection of dates between December and March. If you haven’t received your invitation within a week of your offer, please contact us.
To find out more about accessibility on campus, please view our AccessAble profile.