Meet some of our students and get their personal insights into the courses, the university and what it's like living on or near campus:
Now in her third-year, Sophie Escobar talks about how the facilities here at Royal Holloway have helped her practical explorations of theatre.
From one of our many joint honours programmes, Caleb Rowan talks about how he found the perfect balance between theory and practice in his multidisciplinary work.
BA English and Drama student Azan Ahmed talks about talks about working collaboratively to tackle texts in two different subjects.
Joint honours Jack Fairy talks about the new and exciting stuff he's discovering that pushes both personal and global boundaries.
Finalist Rachel Burnham talks about why she chose to come study Drama and Theatre with us, where she hid a sneaky note to Tom Holloway, and her experience as a student.
Alumna Lizzie Cooper talks about the many theatre companies that grew from the Drama courses at Royal Holloway, the transition from student to graduate and how the course sets you up for 'the real world', and what a "Barry" is.
Royal Holloway finalist Jay Douglass talks about why he chose to come to Royal Holloway, and explains about his special performance project/dissertation about Shakespearean fight sequences and how the Department has enhanced his career possibilities.
Royal Holloway finalist Louise Parker talks about why she chose to come to Royal Holloway, what she's learnt over the last three years and how she feels this will help her in the future.
A compilation of students discussing what they love so much about Drama at Royal Holloway.