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Royal Holloway is one of the UK’s leading research-intensive universities. Based in Surrey, our campus is among the most beautiful in the world.
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Royal Holloway 13h
This week on campus find out about official First World War artists, look at the work of two leading satirical artists. Welcome back Pärt, Elcock and Ravel: Tippett Quartet and journey through climate change, stress and biopharming:
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Royal Holloway 18h
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Can't make it? 'The hope of loving' will be performed at our annual St Cecilia's Concert in the College Chapel on 23 November 2019 - book now:
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Royal Holloway 18h
The Choir will be performing Mozart's Requiem and the UK premiere of 'The hope of loving' by Jake Runestad at St Martin in the Fields on Thursday at 7pm.
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Daniella Hodgson Oct 15
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Royal Holloway Oct 14
There are a wide range of benefits to students who study abroad and that is why we support the campaign urging the government to clearly commit to funding study abroad from 2020 and beyond. Find out more here:
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Royal Holloway Oct 14
Microplastics: Seeking the 'plastic score' of the food on our plates Find out more about the latest research from
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Royal Holloway Oct 12
From accommodation tours to taster talks and meeting current students, experience Royal Holloway for yourself at our next Open Day on Saturday 19 October:
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Royal Holloway Oct 9
This week on campus there will be a variety of lectures and workshops, from the planet as a conscious object, to Anglo-Japanese relations, to Making room for women in the 21st century art museum. Find out more:
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Royal Holloway Oct 8
Join us on Thursday as we welcome on to campus the Japanese Ambassador, Koji Tsuruoka, to give a special talk on the history and future of Anglo-Japanese relations. Find out more and book your free ticket here:
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Royal Holloway Oct 2
Toe-tapping, genre-bending music, prints and printmaking and The Life of Bohuslav Martinů are just a few of the events happening on campus this week. Find out more:
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Royal Holloway Oct 2
Our new What's on events guide is now available, check out this years upcoming events, from arts and humanities, social sciences and science we will be hosting a wide range of lectures and talks. Find out more:
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Royal Holloway Sep 29
Royal Holloway is delighted to welcome the Japanese Ambassador, Koji Tsuruoka, to campus on Thursday 10 October at 6.15pm, to give a special talk on the history and future of Anglo-Japanese relations. Book your free ticket now:
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Royal Holloway Sep 29
Couldn't make it to yesterday's Open Day? There's still time to book your place for Saturday 19 October:
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Royal Holloway Sep 28
Thank you to everyone who visited us today, it was great to meet so many of you on campus!
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Royal Holloway Sep 28
For festival snacks and musical entertainment by our student radio, head to Founder’s Square!
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Royal Holloway Sep 28
If you are visiting us today and would like to know a bit more about specific degree subjects, then come and visit our friendly academics in the Emily Wilding Davison building and they will answer all your questions.
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Royal Holloway Sep 28
Whether you’re interested in exploring campus, visiting accommodation or viewing our sports facilities, you can join any one of our tours that are running from 10am until 3pm. Ask our student ambassadors if you have any questions!
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Royal Holloway Sep 28
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We look forward to welcoming you!
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Royal Holloway Sep 28
We’re looking forward to meeting everyone who is coming to campus today for our Open Day!
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Royal Holloway Sep 27
Billy from Biological Sciences shares some of his favourite things to do out and about in the local area - Where are your favourite places to visit?
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