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How to apply

How to apply

Applying to study physics at Royal Holloway is a simple process before you apply, check the entry requirements and course codes of your selected course using course finder. If you have any questions come and visit us on an open day, taster day, evening lecture or one of our online events. Alternatively, contact our admissions team by email.

You can apply directly via the UCAS online system.

Once your application has been processed you will be made an offer and invited to join us on an applicant visit day. During the applicant visit day, you will have a chance to meet our students, tour the research facilities and teaching laboratories and experience a tutorial with our academics. Attending an applicant visit day is a necessary condition to be eligible for one of our physics department bursaries for students with outstanding A-level results, more details on the physics bursaries can be found here, physics bursaries

Physics students are exceptionally talented students and historically have been very successful at being awarded prestigious College bursaries, for more information follow this link, college bursaries.


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