Working on your UCAS application? Find out the top 5 things you should know to write the best personal statement from Admissions Tutor Dr Ian Candy!
Brutalism Redux - an evening on Brutalism. The Science Museum, 27 January from 4pm, organised by Dr Oli Mould from our Department of Geography. Book now [ Socsi.in Link ]
Watch students from our Department of Geography discuss how they knew Royal Holloway was the right place for them.
Just in case you missed it, we're officially naming our new Library and Student Services Centre after alumna Emily Wilding Davison!

Royal Holloway | Emblem of women's emancipation, Emily Wilding Davison celebrated by landmark new Library and Student Services Centre | About us home

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"It is hard to imagine a Saturday job at a bakery could lead to working at a wind turbine"

Our Department of Geography offers many inspiring opportunities - find out more from our students [ Socsi.in Link ]

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"Our staff are all very friendly, so our students really benefit from that" meet Dr Bethan Davis from our Department of Geography.

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"It's such a happy atmosphere, everyone knows each other" Geography students Poppy and Charlotte talk about their Royal Holloway experience.
This week we're 'spotlighting' our Department of Geography - stay tuned on social media to find out more about this inspiring department!
The Royal Holloway Chamber Orchestra will be performing alongside The Choir of Royal Holloway and the London Mozart Players this Wednesday, 11 January at St John’s Smith Square. Students Jack and Lydia told us what this means for them during their rehearsal of Mozart's Coronation Mass. Book your tickets at: [ Socsi.in Link ]
Here's a snap of our Politics and International Relations students at the 2016 National Model United Nations!

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"Philosophy prepares you for thinking about what's important to you, what you want to fight for" Dr Neil Gascoigne on why Philosophy matters.

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Studying European and International Studies gives you the chance to spend a year abroad, so you'll learn a language and enhance your studies.

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See Royal Holloway in concert next week in central London! Book your tickets here [ Socsi.in Link ]
Meet politics students Nyssa and Liam: "you get to know yourself a lot more, why you think what you think, and maybe you'll even change a lot of your beliefs and views".

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Alexis Papazoglou from our Department of Politics and International Relations on how the post-truth era of Trump is just what Nietzsche predicted [ Socsi.in Link ]

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"I've always been fascinated by politics" meet Dr Nicholas Allen, Senior Lecturer in Politics.

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Follow us this week as we explore our dynamic Department of Politics and International Relations!

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A very merry Christmas to everyone celebrating today! #christmas2016
Feeling festive yet? Get a helping hand with members of our Choir singing Twelve Days of Christmas!

You can see The Choir of Royal Holloway, The London Mozart Players, and The Royal Holloway Chamber Orchestra in concert in London on 11 January! Book your ticket here [ Socsi.in Link ]