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Location

You’ll find us in the heart of London’s Bloomsbury, an area loaded with museums, libraries, production houses and agencies as well as shops, pubs and cafes.

Right in the centre of a vibrant city, you can soak up everything London has to offer; from work experience and networking to enjoying all the culture, food and nightlife. The nearest London Underground stations are Tottenham Court Road, Goodge Street or Russell Square.

Facilities

The Royal Holloway London Graduate School campus is made up of three buildings, just a few minutes apart:

  • 11 Bedford Square, one of London’s most beautiful and best-preserved historic squares
  • Senate House, a dedicated suite of seminar rooms in the University of London's impressive headquarters, opposite the British Museum.
  • Stewart House, newly renovated space in 2021

You’ll be taught in modern seminar rooms with access to the University of London’s Senate House Library. And if you need somewhere comfortable to relax between teaching sessions, we have breakout areas and common rooms.

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