Royal Holloway, University of London
With historic buildings set in 135 acres of parkland and forest and yet only 35 mins by train to London, Royal Holloway's beautiful campus makes an excellent location for study abroad. And with stunning facilities and research ranked as world leading (top 30 in the UK, top 200 in the world), you can be confident you will receive an excellent education.
About Royal Holloway
Royal Holloway was founded in 1886 as a women's college by two social reformers who pioneered the ideal of education and knowledge for all who could benefit. The university received its charter from the University of London in 1900 and becoming co-educational in 1965.
As one of the UK’s leading research-intensive universities, RH is home to some of the world’s foremost authorities in the sciences, arts, business, economics and law. They are strengthened by diversity, and welcome students and academics who travel from all over the world to study and work here, ensuring an international and multi-cultural perspective within a close knit and historic campus.
The university enrolls around 9,800 students, who benefit from studying at a spacious, largely residential campus, with the attractions of London only a 35-minute train journey away. In September 2017, the university’s flagship library and student services center opened; the most ambitious building project since the original Founder’s Building, it places students at the heart of campus in an inspiring, 21st century setting. Students, staff and alumni chose to name the new building after the suffragette and Royal Holloway alumna, Emily Wilding Davison.
Royal Holloway’s world-leading researchers have committed to addressing global challenges, including the development of treatments and therapies for rare diseases, the dramatic decline of bees and protecting the UK from cyber-attacks. Many Royal Holloway academics are also advisors to policy makers and the Government on a range of issues, for example combating radicalisation and terrorism.
There is a dual application process for this program.
(1) Students must complete the Hopkins application by clicking on the green "Apply Now" button
(2) Students must complete the program application, which you can access on the program website (see link under "Homepage," near the top of this page).
Please make sure to abide by both the Hopkins and the program deadlines as they may be different.