National Student Survey, 2017 - Overall College student satisfaction: 89%. We are the highest ranked of the non-specialist University of London institutions for student satisfaction.
2014 Research Excellence Framework (published 2014)
14th in the UK for management research
74% of our research regarded as world leading and/or internationally excellent
The Complete University Guide 2017 (published April 2016)
39th out of 119 for Management and 4th out of 81 for Marketing
The Times Higher Education World Ranking (2016-17) - Royal Holloway is ranked 27th in the UK and 10th in the UK for international outlook.
Our modern facilities reflect our dedication to building an environment that advances critical thinking and enhances the application of new knowledge. We have our own computer labs for PhD and masters students, plus state of the art technology (including video conferencing) in several lecture theatres within the Moore Complex. We also have eight dedicated seminar/break-out rooms, three innovative flexible work pods and the creation of a central feature atrium area providing a flexible social work space.
Royal Holloway Library is on two sites within easy walking distance of each other. The Founder's Library (Languages, Literatures, Cinema, Theatre, Fine Arts and Music) is located within the Founder's Building opened by Queen Victoria in 1886.
The Bedford Library , opened in 1993, houses resources for Management and Economics, Social Sciences and History and Science.
Royal Holloway's book collections extend to some 600,000 volumes. There are subscriptions to more than 17,000 e-journals; more than 800,000 items are loaned each year and there is an annual footfall of about 700,000. There is increasing provision of electronic resources: e-journals, databases, datasets, e-books, all of which are accessible remotely 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The AMBA accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement in postgraduate business education and is earned only by the best programmes.
The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International)
The AACSB International is a membership association of educational institutions, business, not-for-profit and government organizations devoted to the advancement of higher education in business administration and management. Membership does not imply accreditation.
Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS)
The Chartered Association of Business Schools is the representative body and authoritative voice for leading business schools of UK universities, higher education institutions and independent management colleges.
The European Academy of Business in Society (EABIS)
EABIS is an alliance of companies, business schools and academic institutions, supported by the European Commission, which is committed to integrating business in society issues into the heart of business theory and practice in Europe.
The European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD)
Brussels-based EFMD is an international organization drawing members from academia, business and the public sector. Its activities include disseminating knowledge and best practices, international accreditations and benchmarking, as well as advocacy and lobbying.
Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRiME)
The PRiME initiative was developed in 2007 by official representatives of leading business schools and academic institutions following a recommendation by the UN Global Compact. It's mission is to inspire and champion responsible management education, research and thought leadership globally.