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Join us at our events for schools, colleges and individuals. All of our upcoming events can be found in the UniTasterDays section below.

We are once again hosting visitors on our campus, but with limited availability due to in-person teaching resuming on campus. 

We deliver full and half-day campus visits (subject to availability) 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:

  • An academic session (e.g. a subject taster workshop or a lab tour)
  • An Information, Advice, and Guidance session (e.g. about student finance)
  • A campus tour
  • A Q&A with our student ambassadors 

To request a campus visit, please fill in our enquiry form. Note that this is subject to availability.

For other enquiries  please contact us -

An example of a Year 10 & Year 11 timetable



Group A

Group B


Arrive on campus


Introduction Session


Taster Lecture


Campus tour

Student Life + Q&A


Student Life + Q&A

Campus Tour


Information Session


Wrap up




Optional Lunch

An example of a Year 12 - Year 13 timetable



Group A

Group B


Arrival on campus


Introductory session


Taster Lecture

Campus Tour


Campus Tour

Taster Lecture




Information Session

Student Life + Q&A


Student Life + Q&A

Information Session


Wrap Up




We are currently not accepting any requests for November 2022 and will continue to accept booking forms for 2023. Due to room bookings we are unable to confirm any visits until after December 9th but will be provisionally booking dates into our diary.


We have also developed a virtual campus visit. Students are able to experience our campus at their own pace and we can arrange a live element (such as a student ambassador Q&A), subject to availability.

To enquire about a school visit to Royal Holloway or our virtual campus visit, please contact us -

We acknowledge the skills and independence developed by students completing the Extended Project Qualification and for many Royal Holloway Undergraduate courses, an EPQ will be taken into consideration and result in lower A-level grades being required for applicants. To watch and share our short video about the benefits of an EPQ, please click here.

Our EPQ visit days offer students the chance to learn research skills in an interactive session hosted by our librarians, as well as supervised use of our university library. Students can explore sources and supporting material for their projects while getting an insight into university level facilities. These visits are subject to the availability of our staff, and the best time for a visit would be between 14-18 February 2022, 19-22 April 2022 or 13 June - 8 July 2022. If these dates are not possible, do still get in touch and we will do our best to accommodate you.

To enquire about an EPQ visit please contact us -

Get a glimpse of life at Royal Holloway on one of our free university residentials for students in Year 10, 11 and 12.

Visit our Residential page to find out more.

We regularly attend exhibitions and university fairs, including events hosted by UCAS and UK Uni Search.

A full list of events we are attending can be found on our UCAS Fairs page.

Our team can visit your school or college to deliver talks and workshops, set up a stand at your careers or HE fair, or to work with teachers or parents. For more information, visit our school visits page and/or complete our enquiry form.

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