Student media is a fantastic addition to your experience at university and we boast a very strong student media presence.
Whether you want to move into journalism, media or communications or just get involved for fun, student media is a fantastic way to get involved at Royal Holloway whilst adding significantly to your CV.
We offer plenty of opportunities for you to get involved with media: for example our Media Arts students studying avant-garde film worked with Tate Britain to organise a study day on the films of Andy Warhol, while students studying screenwriting had their work exhibited at a public show.
Our Media Arts Department is always looking for volunteers to join their film casts while the Students' Union offers training in radio broadcasting and journalism and regularly hosts free talks from industry professionals.
Royal Holloway has four core student media outlets, which are run by students from our recently-opened Media Suite in the Students' Union. They offer an unlimited scope for involvement.
Write for the Students' Union publication.
Get involved with our independent student newspaper.
Present a show or help operate our community FM radio station.
Help run our unique broadcasting and recording brand.