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US student loans
If you are from the US, detailed information about US federal and private loans is available on our US student loans web page and from US federal government websites and publications listed on our page. The information will tell you about your eligibility, what types of loans are available and their terms and conditions, how you apply, how we determine how much you may borrow, when and how you can expect to receive your loan funds, your rights and responsibilities as a borrower, what is required to maintain eligibility, and repayment of loans.
Cost of attendance
See "Student financial aid information" section for tuition fees. If your programme of study is lab-based, you may have additional lab fees to pay, or you may have additional costs associated with fieldwork. Please consult the relevant academic department. Average living expenses figures are available here. If you are from the US and wish to borrow federal loans, please consult our US student loans web page for living expenses figures used in calculating your Cost of Attendance at Royal Holloway.
Refund policy, withdrawal procedure and return of Title IV financial aid
Royal Holloway's policy on payment of fees, fee liability in the event of withdrawal from the College and refunds is available on our US student loans web page. If you wish to withdraw from the College, you would need to complete a withdrawal form. Procedural notes are provided on the form. The requirements for return of Title IV financial aid are summarised in our Return of Title IV Funds and Royal Holloway, University of London Refund Policy.
Royal Holloway only awards up to 25 Student Talented Athlete Recognition Scheme (STARS) bursaries a year to the value of £ 1,000 each, which only represents up to 0.3 per cent of the overall student population, and therefore we will not be reporting on the gender, ethnicity, transfer-out rate or completion rates of the recipients.