Royal Holloway warmly welcomes students from Tanzania.
Tanzanian students at Royal Holloway study a variety of programmes, including Information Security, Project Management and Economics.
The International Officer responsible for this country is Alice Crichton. If you have any questions about Royal Holloway or making an application, please email Alice.Crichton@rhul.ac.uk
Applicants to Royal Holloway come from a diverse range of backgrounds and we accept a broad range of qualifications to our courses. Each applicant is considered carefully on their individual merits, but please see below for the standard minimum entry requirements for students from Tanzania.
Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education (CSEE)
We accept the Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education for direct entry on to our undergraduate programmes. The requirements are the same as for A-Levels, so please consult the course finder pages for your chosen programme.
A levels & International Baccalaureate (IB)
If you have taken A levels or the IB, you will be considered for direct entry onto our undergraduate programmes. Specific grade requirements can be found in the course finder entry for your chosen course.
Students who have successfully completed a Bachelor's degree in an appropriate subject with good grades/GPA at an accredited university will be considered for entry to a Royal Holloway Master's degree programme. Exact requirements will depend upon the programme and the university you have studied at, but most departments will ask for either a Lower Second Class Honours (2:2) or an Upper Second Class Honours (2:1)
How to apply
Royal Holloway in Tanzania
Royal Holloway has representatives in Tanzania that can assist you with your application.
S3 Education Consultants
Study Without Borders
World Student Advisors
The Local Tanzanian Community
There is a growing African community at Royal Holloway. There are a range of societies and groups for South African students, both on the campus and in the local area. First and foremost the Afro-Caribbean society supported by the Student's Union
Royal Holloway is a multi-faith community, with many different beliefs represented on campus and excellent cooperation between faiths both on campus and in the local community. For information about our College Chaplaincy and the numerous on-campus faith groups, please see our Faith Support pages.
Voice of Africa radio provides an exciting range of African music spanning the continent of Africa, as well as phone–in programmes discussing issues which are pertinent to Africans in the London area.