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19 March 2018
Varsity car park closures
16 March 2018
Get to know... Katie Taylor, Active Lifestyle and Sport Communications Intern
Student Success Celebration
Chapel services from Sunday 18 - Friday 23 March
15 March 2018
The Five-day Careers De-stress
Important information regarding meningitis
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21 March 2018
KPMG Application Bootcamp
Mindful Walk - Work/life balance - The careers de-stress day 3
22 March 2018
Will my stress /anxiety effect my job prospects? - The Careers de-stress day 4
Careers in Writing: Student Drop-in
Television as digital media
Cinema/Easter Egg Hunt
23 March 2018
How am I going to cope with job interviews? - The careers de-stress day 5
Come take a break from revision and deadlines, don't spend the whole day in the library take a breath of fresh air and enjoy a short guided mindful walk around our beautiful campus. Meet outside the Event Space, Davison at 12.30 dressed ready to go outdoors whatever the weather!
This is a fantastic opportunity to receive exclusive advice on our application process and meet with our recruitment team to understand how to make the best impact in your KPMG application. You will also gain insight into what KPMG does, and how you can use your strengths and skills to succeed in a career at KPMG.
Joining KPMG means joining a talented team of exceptional colleagues who bring innovative thoughts and a natural curiosity to the work they do each day. KPMG is a diverse business that requires diverse personalities, characters and perspectives. We welcome a range of backgrounds, and degree disciplines, so wherever your journey of discovery leads you, KPMG is a place where you can learn, grow and thrive.
Places are limited, so make sure you book your place as soon as possible using the registration link below.
Take a bit of time out to discuss your concerns and some strategies in a relaxed and informal environment with people from the Careers and Wellbeing teams.
Do you dream of making a career from your writing? On Thursday 22 March, you have the opportunity to meet two Royal Holloway alumni who are successful writers:
You can book a time to meet Lucy and Daniel between 2 and 4pm to get tips and advice, ask questions and build your network.
The digital revolution has long promised the ‘death of TV’. However, over the last 20 years television has become the digital media form par excellence, dominating our internet experiences and even slaying some of its supposed interactive executioners. This lecture, by Professor James Bennett from the Department of Media Arts, explores what television’s formation as digital media means for the medium itself and digital culture more widely.
Admission free but booking is essential.
Join us in Founders' Lecture Theatre for a Cinema and Easter Egg Hunt night. All halls students welcome.
Take a bit of time out to explore strategies to overcome your concerns about job interviews in a relaxed informal environment in a small group with people from the Careers and Wellbeing teams.
For the season of Lent, Rupert Gough and the Choir of Royal Holloway presents a dramatic evening featuring Arvo Pärt’s powerful setting of the St John Passion, Passio. One of the most significant choral works of the 20th century, Passio sees the suffering at the heart of the Easter story unfold in a work which never fails to connect with listeners in an intensely powerful way. The programme will also include Allegri’s Miserere and works by other Baltic composers.
For more information and to book your tickets, please visit: chapelchoir.co.uk
Interested in a ticket to travel? Learn to teach English as a foreign language at Royal Holloway, 31 May – 29 June 2018. You’ll complete the internationally-recognised Trinity College London TESOL Course.
Come along to this drop-in session to find out more and ask your questions. Now's your chance!
After a year’s break, the annual Play! Festival returns in 2018. Held in the penultimate week of the summer term, Play! is a cross-departmental festival of culture presented by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. It showcases some of the best and most innovative modern and classical music, theatre and creative writing as well as talks, tours and exhibitions created and performed by the university’s students and staff.
For the latest information and what to expect visit: royalholloway.ac.uk/play
Royal Holloway, University of London invites you to join us for the second Festival of History. This free event will bring to life women’s struggle for the vote and the end of the First World War in a family-friendly spectacular. The day will feature an exciting programme of talks, performances, live music, re-enactments and children’s activities.
Digital Forest, a new multi-sensory moving image installation by media artist Madi Boyd, is informed by the latest attention research conducted by Professor Polly Dalton, in particular, the notion that the ‘soft fascination’ provided by natural environments can restore people’s mental resources. As well as being art in its own right, the creation of a ‘natural’ environment in a constructed performative space will enable the restorative effects of installation art to be investigated.
Please note the exhibition space is open at the following times:
Monday-Wednesday, 10am-6pmThursday, 10am -8.30pmFriday-Sunday, 10am-6pm
Admission free, no booking necessary.
Join us for the part-time jobs fair! We have over 20 employers coming to the fair. Offering on and off campus work! Including but not limited to Students' Union, THORPE PARK Resort, Camp America, The Runnymede on Thames and many more! All you need to do is bring your student card.