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Supporting international counsellors, advisors and teachers

If your role involves counselling and helping students to make important decisions, we want to make sure you have everything you need for you, and your students, to succeed.

On this page, you will find a list of links and resources that will provide you with the information you need to help your students make informed and confident decisions when applying to Royal Holloway.

For undergraduate online prospectus, please visit here.

For entry requirements and information on accepted qualifications, visit our Find your country/region pages.

If you can’t find what you’re looking for, please contact the Regional Manager covering your country. You can find their details on our Meet the Team page.

School and group campus visits

We welcome visitors to our campus.

We can tailor the campus visits to enable students to experience university life and receive information, advice and guidance about higher education.

Campus visits will vary depending on the size of the group visiting, and room availability, but a typical visit will include:

  • Introduction to Royal Holloway
  • A campus tour
  • A Q&A with our student ambassadors 

Optional sessions can be considered such as:

  • An academic session (e.g. a subject taster workshop or a lab tour)
  • An Information, Advice, and Guidance session (e.g. about personal statement)
  • Student life activities (discussing clubs, budgeting and more)

To request a campus visit complete our form below:

Request a campus visit form
Careers and Higher Education Fairs

Please email if you would like us to attend your existing event. Please include the date, location, how many students and their nationality you expect to be in attendance. Dependent on staff availability and location we will look to accommodate the request. 

Talks and workshops for students

We offer a range of talks and workshops aimed at helping students understand more about higher education and what it has to offer. Our talks and workshops will suit audiences from ages 14-19 years and can be tailored to fit your requirements. Example talks & workshops:

  • Studying in the UK
  • How to choose a course and/or university
  • Study skills
  • UCAS uncovered
  • Personal statements
  • Student life in the UK
  • Transition to university
  • Parents evening - introducing parents to studying at university within the UK
Talks and workshops for teachers

We offer talks, workshops and training for teachers aimed at supporting them to support students wanting to study in the UK and at Royal Holloway, University of London. Talks include:

  • How to write a teachers reference
  • Personal Statements
  • UCAS
  • Studying in the UK
Where do I find courses and entry requirements?

You can use the course finder on our website to search for courses. On each course page, you can find the course structure, teaching & assessment, entry requirements, future career, and fees information.

You can also use our undergraduate online prospectus for additional information. To download a PDF copy of the main prospectus or departmental brochures, please visit the Prospectuses and brochures page.

Could an EPQ (Extended Project Qualification) be considered when a student apply?

Where an applicant is taking the EPQ alongside A-levels, the EPQ will be taken into consideration and result in lower A-level grades being required. It is best to contact our Admissions team at: to seek further clarity regarding your student's EPQ.

Could my students talk to your students to find out more about studying at Royal Holloway?

Yes. Your student can use Unibuddy to chat with our current students.

Attending our open days also provides the opportunities to talk to our current students.

Could my students talk to a member of International Student Recruitment Team?

Yes. Your student can use Unibuddy to chat with our staff members by clicking onto the 'staff' tab.

They can also find the staff contact here to email them.


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