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Partner institutions

Royal Holloway's agreements with international partner institutions fall into four categories:

Erasmus partners listed by academic department

Erasmus is the European Commission's flagship educational exchange programme for Higher Education students, teachers and institutions. It was introduced with the aim of increasing student mobility within Europe. Royal Holloway has agreements with academic departments in the following institutions under this scheme:

Drama and Theatre

Partner institutions for Drama and Theatre:

Trinity College Dublin

European Studies

Partner institutions for European Studies:

Université Robert Schuman de Strasbourg

Health and Social Care 

Partner Institutions for Health and Social Care:

Universität Wien (for PhD students) 


Partner Institutions for Mathematics:

Universidad de Cantabria


Partner Institutions for Physics:

Niels Bohr Institute, Kobenhavns Universitet  

Politics and International Relations

Partner Institutions for Politics and International Relations:

Koç University (for PhD students) 



Partner Institutions for Psychology:

University of Cyprus

International Exchange Partners

Royal Holloway has student exchange agreements with the following institutions.


Study Abroad Partners

Students enrolled at one of our Study Abroad partners may study for a year of a semester at Royal Holloway. Fees are payable to Royal Holloway.


Articulated agreements and Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs)

These agreements are various and may include areas such as joint degrees, staff exchange, or Royal Holloway programmes delivered at partner campuses.

Partner institutions

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Renmin University of China
Japan Ritsumeikan University
Tyumen State Oil and Gas University

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