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Open Days 2015

Want to know more? See first-hand what we have to offer our undergraduates at our June Open Days

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Magna Carta:
800 years

Using our knowledge and insight, we’re celebrating the sealing of this iconic document right here in Runnymede

Magna Carta: 800 Years|

Postgraduate
scholarships

We're offering 75 scholarships worth £10,000 to Masters students.
Deadline extended until 27 July 2015

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Estate plan


We are developing our historic campus to meet the needs of people studying and working in our university today



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News |

New exhibition of Victorian art celebrates Magna Carta anniversary

New exhibition of Victorian art celebrates Magna Carta anniversary

Description
To celebrate 800 years of Magna Carta, a new exhibition will open in the Picture Gallery at Royal Holloway, University of London, on Monday 1 June.
Date:
21/05/2015
New exhibition reveals ancient eating habits

New exhibition reveals ancient eating habits

Description
Dr Zena Kamash from the Department of Classics at Royal Holloway, University of London has curated a new exhibition, Food for Thought that reveals the daily eating habits of the Romans.
Date:
21/05/2015
Royal Holloway raises £80m to support campus development

Royal Holloway raises £80m to support campus development

Description
Royal Holloway, University of London, has raised £80m to support investment in the development of its historic campus.
Date:
19/05/2015
Royal Holloway's Magna Carta festival revealed

Royal Holloway's Magna Carta festival revealed

Description
Royal Holloway, University of London, has revealed the exciting activities and performances that will take place at the Great Charter Festival on Sunday 14 June - a free festival of art and ideas, a fusion of professional and community artists and performers.
Date:
15/05/2015

Events|

Magna Carta and the loss of liberties in Victorian art

Magna Carta and the loss of liberties in Victorian art

Date
01 - 19/06/2015
Location:
Picture Gallery
Description
A unique exhibition of some of our most dramatic paintings, giving a fascinating insight into how the Victorians used art to campaign for freedom and liberty.
Play! Festival 2015

Play! Festival 2015

Date
01 - 04/06/2015
Location:
Royal Holloway campus
Description
Our annual festival of culture this year showcases over 20 free music, theatre, poetry, creative writing and art events, and more, created and performed by Royal Holloway students and staff. For further details click on the link above.
The Director's Lecture Series

The Director's Lecture Series

Date
03/06/2015
Location:
MX001 Management Annex 001
Description
The talk is part of the Director's Lecture series hosted by Dr. Amany Elbanna, Director of MSc Project Management and Principal Investigator of the SM4EM project funded by the British Academy and Leverhulme Trust and supported by the School of Management and College Theme on Security and Sustainability. Patrick Meier is an internationally recognised thought-leader on humanitarian technology and innovation. Patrick directs QCRI's Social Innovation Programme where he develops "Next Generation Humanitarian Technologies" in partnership with international humanitarian organisations. He has a PhD from The Fletcher School, Pre-Doc from Stanford and an MA from Columbia. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, CNN, BBC, Forbes, Times, Wired and Mashable.
Runnymede Music Festival 2015

Runnymede Music Festival 2015

Date
07/06/2015 - 04/07/2015
Location:
Various: Royal Holloway; Chertsey; Addlestone; Egham
Description
The Runnymede Music Festival 2015 is the first of an annual music festival taking place across Egham, Chertsey and Addlestone throughout June and into July. With performances from Royal Holloway's own Chapel Choir, Absolute Harmony and Gospel Choir, plus local groups ranging from the New Egham Singers, Oatlands Park Pipe Band and Highside Rock Tribute Act, plus folk group The Dead Rat Orchestra, there's something for everyone. For full details click on the link above.

 
 
 

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