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What to do if your application is rejected

Unfortunately, Royal Holloway is unable to make every applicant an offer of a place on their chosen course.

Applicants may not be offered a place due to the very specific entry requirements of some of our programmes, or because courses have become oversubscribed.  If you are unsure of why you have been rejected from your chosen course and would like further information or advice, please enquire here

If we were unable to offer you a place on a programme due to your academic qualifications not meeting the entry requirements for that course, you may wish to take a look at our University Prepartion programmes:

The International Foundation Programme prepares students with overseas high school certificate for study on undergraduate programmes both at Royal Holloway and other UK universities.

The Pre-Masters Diploma for International Students provides a ten month preparation for students wishing to pursue postgraduate courses in the UK.


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