Useful websites and contacts
You should find lots of information on the Royal Holloway website to help guide you through the application process and help with your preparations for studying.
For queries relating to the International Foundation Programme, Pre-Masters Diploma, Pre-Sessional English Language Programmes, and visiting students (Erasmus, International Exchange and Study Abroad), please enquire here
Admissions and course enquiries
The Admissions Office deals with all undergraduate and postgraduate applications to the university, for Home/EU and international students.
Admissions office: +44 (0)1784 414944 I Contact us
Open Days and campus tours:
Book online | More information and dates
Royal Holloway prospectus:
Browse online | Order online
Disability & Dyslexia Services (ESO): (advice on support requirements for students with disabilities)+44 (0)1784 276473 | email
Enrolment: +44 (0)1784 276641 | email
Student Services Centre (for all non-academic related queries): +44 (0)1784 276641 | email
e-pay: online card payment site I Fee payment advice: email
Students Services and Welfare
Student Services Centre
+44 (0)1784 276641 | email
Accommodation support in halls of residence
Private sector housing: what you need to know
Accommodation non-resident support team
Counselling Service: +44 (0)1784 443128 | email
Disability & Dyslexia Services: Founder's West room 143 , +44 (0)1784 276473 | email
Financial Advice: +44 (0)1784 276109 | email
Health Centre: +44 (0)1784 443131 (9am to 5pm, Mon-Fri) I 01753 865773 (for out of hours medical advice)
Security Centre: +44 (0)1784 443063
Student welfare: +44 (0)1784 443394
International Student Support Office: +44 (0)1784 443663 | email
Students’ Union: +44 (0)1784 276700
(customer service points)
01784 443 394 8am-5pm | email
Non-residential Customer Services covers administrative and academic areas for staff and students.
01784 44 3052 7am-10pm | email
01784 44 3440 9am-5pm | email
This covers Penrose and Highfield Court
01784 43 5331 7am-10pm | email
01784 44 3285 7am-10pm | email
Important departments when applying to study at Royal Holloway include:
Useful Websites for international students
The United Kingdom Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA)
UKCISA offers information and advice to international students who are studying or considering studying in the UK. Their website offers information on a wide range of issues of interest to overseas students.
Outside the UK: +44 20 7788 9214
Inside the UK: 020 7788 9214
Please note that they only give advice by telephone. they do not offer personal appointments or advice by email.
Host offers the opportunity for overseas students to spend a weekend or holiday with a British family in their home.
The British Council
For information about British Council activities and a list of offices worldwide.
International Students House, London
ISH offer accommodation, support and social activities for students in London.
Prepare for Success
This an interactive web learning tool for international students who are getting ready to come to the UK for study in further or higher education. It contains learning resources which are activity-based to help you find out about different aspects of academic life in the UK and the skills needed for effective study.
Useful government websites
For information about who needs a visa to enter the UK and how to apply.
For information on Leave to Remain in the UK. Application forms can be downloaded from this site.
Surrey County Council
For information on local county government services including schools and registered childcare, as well as local public transport information.
Use the "Driver homepage" for information about driving licenses in the UK or the "Vehicles homepage" for information about car registration and taxes.
For information about rail travel and train times
National Express Coach Service
For information on inter-city and airport link bus services including those from Stansted and Luton airport.
Transport for London
For information about travelling in and around London, including on the tube, buses, river services and the docklands light railway (DLR).