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Exploring Royal Holloway this autumn

This autumn we are offering a range of opportunities for you to explore our campus and courses using a mixture of online and on-campus events. You are welcome to choose which option best fits your needs, or attend both an on-campus and online event.

Online Open Days

At our Online Open Days, you’ll be able to find out about our departments and courses, and gain an understanding of what it’s like to study here. You’ll also be able to get a taste for our campus and facilities, including some of our student accommodation. Throughout the event, there'll be opportunities to get involved with lectures and Q&As, and live chat with academics, support staff and current students. To book your place, click one of the links below.

Wednesday 28 October

Thursday 29 October

Wednesday 9 December

If you have any questions about our Online Open Days, please email opendays@royalholloway.ac.uk.

Autumn Visit Experiences

Due to the measures needed to keep everyone safe in light of Covid-19, it is not possible to run a full Open Day on campus this year.  However, in order to provide an opportunity to visit campus in person, we are offering a number of Covid-secure Autumn Visit Experiences.  

Following the Government’s updated guidance (Covid-19), the university is following the advice carefully. We currently expect these events to go ahead as planned, and are taking bookings as normal. If the situation changes we will contact those who have already booked directly, and also update the information on this page.

These events will give you an informative and personalised experience of what Royal Holloway is really like. During your visit you will have the opportunity to:

  • Speak with staff from departments and key services
  • Explore our beautiful campus
  • Speak with current students

Due to the need to ensure the safety of our current students, unfortunately we will not be able show any accommodation at these events.  However, there will be information on accommodation available, as well as staff available to talk to about what we have to offer.

In order to limit the number of people on campus, there will only be selected subjects available on each day:

Saturday 26 September & Sunday 18 October 2020

Arts, Humanities and Social Science

Sunday 27 September & Saturday 17 October 2020

Business, Management and Sciences

Classics

Drama, Theatre and Dance

Economics

English

History

Languages, Literatures and Cultures

Law

Media Arts

Music

Philosophy

Politics and International Relations

Social Sciences

Biological Sciences

Business and Management

Criminology

Computer Science

Earth Sciences

Electronic Engineering

Geography

Mathematics

Physics

Psychology

Booking is compulsory and we will not be able to accommodate anyone who has not registered in advance. We’ve been working hard to make sure our campus is safe following the current rules and guidance on social distancing. Please read the Eventbrite page fully when making your booking to understand how the visit will be organised. For more information about how we are making our campus visits Covid-secure, see the FAQ section below.

If you need any more information about our campus visits, please email us at campus-tours@royalholloway.ac.uk or call on +44 (0)1784 414112.

What will the Autumn Visit Experience look like?

Autumn Visit Experience FAQs

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