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Book a campus tour

Book a campus tour

We are delighted to be able to offer monthly campus tours, showcasing our beautiful campus and excellent facilities.

These guided tours will take place every month, and will offer prospective students the opportunity to discover our beautiful campus in Egham, Surrey.  

Your guide will take you around the campus, showing facilities such as teaching spaces and the library.

We will also be running dedicated tours for anyone interested in Postgraduate study, led by a current postgraduate student. 

The dates of the upcoming tours are:

Wednesday 10 November, 14:00

Wednesday 1 December, 14:00

Wednesday 12 January, 14:00

Booking is essential- please use the links above to book your place.

Where does the tour start?

One of our Student Ambassadors will be waiting to greet you in the Emily Wilding Davison Building foyer. Starting with a welcome presentation, the tour will begin the tour at 2pm. We recommend you arrive 10 minutes early. They should be wearing a bright orange top. 

Will I get to see the accommodation?

At the moment we are unable to show the inside of our accommodation due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the need to prioritise the safety of our current students.  You will be able to see the outside of some of our on-campus accommodation as part of the tour.  Virtual tours of our Halls are available here.

How long does the tour take?

The tour should take approximately 1 hour.

Will I be able to visit an academic department?

Our Student Ambassador can point out the various department buildings during the campus tour. Many of our staff are still working from home at times and so if you would like to talk to your department we recommend getting in touch with them directly to arrange either a face to face meeting or a Teams call.

Do I need to book tickets for my guests?

You can bring as many guests as you like and will only need one booking for yourself and your guests.

Where can I park?

It is free to park on campus for the duration of your visit. We are, however, required to assign you a parking permit for the day. Therefore, please ensure you provide you vehicle registration details when you are booking your campus tour. If you decide to drive after completing the booking form you can contact us on +44 (0)1784 414112 or email campus-tours@royalholloway.ac.uk to register your vehicle.

Can I get there using public transport?

Egham railway station is the nearest station to campus. It is approximately 1.2 miles from our Founder's Building and there are bus and taxi services between Egham railway station and campus.

Can I book at the last minute?

Bookings can be made until the tour start time through our online booking system, links to which can be found on this page. 

Can I update, change or cancel my booking?

It is possible to amend, update or cancel your booking from within your Eventbrite 'My Events' page. If you are unable to amend your booking on Eventbrite for any reason please contact us on +44 (0)1784 414112 or email campus-tours@royalholloway.ac.uk with the details of what you are trying to amend, update or cancel.

 

Any other questions? Contact us on +44 (0)1784 414112 or email campus-tours@royalholloway.ac.uk

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