Royal Holloway warmly welcomes students from Nigeria.
Nigerian students here study a wide range of programmes, including Information Security, Geology, Petroleum Geoscience, Politics & International Relations, Management, Biomedical Sciences, Computer Science and Psychology.
The Regional Manager responsible for Nigeria is Sam Gibson. For further information or assistance with making an application please contact email@example.com
The qualifications we accept
Applicants to Royal Holloway come from a diverse range of backgrounds and we accept a broad range of qualifications to our courses. Each applicant is considered carefully on their individual merits, but please see below for the standard minimum entry requirements for students from Nigeria.
West Africa Secondary School Certificate (WASSC)
If you have completed your West Africa Secondary School Certificate in Nigeria you will need to take our one year International Foundation Programme, or the equivalent from another institution, before beginning your undergraduate studies.
If you have successfully completed one year of a Bachelor's degree at an accredited university in Nigeria and you have achieved good grades, then you will be considered for direct entry to the first year of a Bachelor's degree programme.
A levels & International Baccalaureate (IB)
If you have taken A levels or the IB, you will be considered for direct entry onto our undergraduate programmes. Specific grade requirements can be found in the course finder entry for your chosen course.
Our International Foundation Year, run by Study Group, is a programme of academic and English language study skills for international students who do not meet the direct entry requirements for undergraduate study.
If you have successfully completed a Bachelor's degree in an appropriate subject with good grades/GPA at an accredited university, then you will be considered for entry to a Royal Holloway Master's degree programme. Exact requirements will depend upon the programme and the university you have studied at, but most departments will ask for either a 2:2 or a 2:1 or a GPA of between 2.5/5.0 and 3.5/5.0.
If you have successfully completed a 2-year Masters degree in an appropriate subject with good grades/GPA at an accredited university, you will be considered for entry to a Royal Holloway MPhil/PhD programme. Exact requirements will depend upon the programme.
English Language requirements
How to apply
Royal Holloway in Nigeria
Royal Holloway frequently makes trips to Nigeria, so why not take the opportunity to meet us in person? You can find out more details about the next Royal Holloway visit to Nigeria in 2019 by contacting Sam Gibson: firstname.lastname@example.org
We also have a number of permanent representatives in Nigeria.
24B Djibouti Crescent, Off Freetown Street
Behind Rockview Hotel, the 5th House after Zartech
Tel: 081-7149-5402 / 09-093478930
UKEAS Nigeria (Abuja Office)
Suite 3, 2nd Floor Hatlab Place
Plot 1952 Sokode Crescent
Wuse Zone 5
Tel: +234 (0) 9 7818 864
Suite B8, Bethel Plaza
Plot 36 Garden Avenue
Tel: +234 7059193156
UKEAS Nigeria (Ibadan Office)
1st Floor, Ile Ori Detu
1 Shell Close Onireke
Tel: +234 (0) 2 -7517 057
2nd Floor The Horizon Office Complex
Vitas Bus Stop
1st Floor, Chalet 'A', Tahir Guest Palace (Annex)
89 Lamido Road
Off Suleiman Crescent
(Behind Niima Hotel)
Tel: +234 (0) 8 - 1354 03294
Ground Floor (Suite 10A)
JBS Plaza, No 375 Civic Centre Road,
SI-UK Education Council
84 Opebi Road
Tel: +234-1-212 0530
UKEAS Nigeria (Ikeja Office)
3rd Floor, 76 Opebi Road
Tel: +234 1 7419173
M: +234 (0) 8057126716
99 Opebi Road
Valley View Plaza
Tel: +234 013427600
BCIE Port Harcourt
Jumbo House, 2nd Floor
80 Aba Road, Opposite Government Crafts Development Centre
Port Harcourt, Rivers State
Tel: +234 (0) 708501 0020
Plot 156, No. 11 Tom Inko-Tariah Street
Tel: +234 (0)8116 709 992
BCIE Victoria Island
14 Muri Okunola Street
Off Ajose Adeogun Street
Tel: +234 013427601
Our local Nigerian Community
There are a range of societies and groups for Nigerian students, both on the campus and in the local area. First and foremost is the Afro-Caribbean society supported by the Student's Union.
Voice of Africa radio provides an exciting range of African music spanning the continent of Africa, as well as phone–in programmes discussing issues which are pertinent to Africans in the London area.
Nigeria London is a community website that advertises local services for Nigerians as well hosting an online chat forum.