Applying online is quick and easy, whichever stage of study you’re at. Here are some hints and tips to read before you apply.
When to apply
If Royal Holloway is your first choice for a full-time programme and you have accepted your place, you can apply online now.
If we’re your insurance choice and you do not meet the requirements for your firm choice, we will review your application to study at Royal Holloway and decide if we can accept you. If so, we will automatically become your firm choice and then you can apply for accommodation online.
All new undergraduates are assured a place in halls for 2018/19 if you apply within the application window of Wednesday 21 March to Wednesday 6 June 2018.
Postgraduate accommodation in London
We have a limited number of rooms in central London (intercollegiate accommodation), reserved for our postgraduate students. Click here to find out more.
Frequently asked questions
What are the costs?
If you’re looking for the most cost-effective options, single standard bands E and J along with shared standard Band L might be best for you.
If you’re applying for a maintenance loan from Student Finance, you can use the Student Finance Calculator to estimate how much you’ll receive, before you apply.
What are the catering options?
You can choose between catered and self-catered halls. Self-catered halls come with a shared kitchen, where you can cook your own food. All catered accommodation offers freshly-prepared meals in the dining hall, on a pay-as-you-go basis.
What about dietary requirements?
Our dining halls cater for a range of dietary requirements, including vegan and halal. If you can’t see the option you’re after on the menu, just ask one of the staff at the food counter and they’ll cook something fresh, just for you.
What bathroom facilities are available?
Some of our halls offer en suite facilities, so you’ll have your own toilet, sink and shower. These are often the most expensive. If price is your main factor, do bear this in mind when making your application if budget is an issue.
Other halls have shared facilities. Here you share a bathroom with fellow students in your flat or corridor. You may also have a sink in your room.
Is my medical condition taken into account?
If you have a medical condition we’ll do everything to make sure you’re offered the right accommodation to suit your needs.
Firstly, you’ll need to register with the Disability and Dyslexia Services team, as well as submitting an application, as normal. We’ll then assess your needs and allocate you a room that works for you.