Royal Holloway University of London
Royal Holloway, University of London was founded by Victorian social pioneers as one of the first places in Britain where women could access higher education.
Today, this pioneering spirit remains and it is one of the UK’s leading research-intensive universities, home to some of the world’s leading authorities in science, the arts, humanities, management, and law. Royal Holloway attracts a diverse, international community of over 11,000 students and has a global network of alumni spanning 160 countries.
At the heart of the campus sits the iconic Grade 1-listed Founder’s Building, which was opened by Queen Victoria in 1886. The university has modern academic buildings, sports facilities, student halls and social spaces all conveniently located across 135 acres of green space and woodlands.