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Visiting research students

Research (PhD) students may apply to work with a particular academic department either  to increase the department's research output or to further an academic collaboration.

Follow our step-by-step guide for further details on how to apply:

Step 1: Are you eligible to apply?

To be eligible to apply, you must be invited by a Royal Holloway academic who has agreed to supervise you and agreed the length of your stay with their head of department.  If you have not yet been invited, please look at the research sections of our departmental webpages to consider whether an application would be appropriate.  If so, please contact the relevant academic directly in the first instance.

Step 2: Apply

Once your period of research has been approved by the academic department, you will then receive an invite to ask you apply online. Your student record and access to student support services are enabled after application is processed.

Step 3: Check your fees

The fee for Research students for 2017-18 is £340 per month.  In some cases, academic departments will agree to waive these fees and they will notify you directly if this is the case.  All other Visiting Research Students will be billed accordingly.

Step 4: Accommodation

Campus accommodation is not normally available to Visiting Research Students, but our Accommodation team will be happy to advise you on how to use the House Search portal to find suitable accommodation locally.  Please contact them directly at StudentAccommodation@rhul.ac.uk .

  
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