Royal Holloway, University of London International Study Centre

Why choose Royal Holloway?

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Highly-ranked for research and international outlook, Royal Holloway will give you a head start in your education and career. You will be part of the community from day one, learning from experts and taking part in a global network.

Pathway programmes

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Programmes at the International Study Centre offer international students a pathway to a degree at Royal Holloway. Choose between two undergraduate programmes and one postgraduate, with a variety of subject pathways, to ensure your success at university.

Study options

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You can choose to study your programme virtually from home or on campus depending on your local and global situation. Choose the option that suits your circumstances so you can continue with your study plans.

Flexible study options

You can choose to join us on campus for your programme or start virtually from home. Start your course in September 2021 and progress to Royal Holloway University London next autumn. Find out more about preparing to study at the International Study Centre.

International Foundation Year

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The International Foundation Year is your pathway to an undergraduate degree at Royal Holloway. Study with other international students and get the essential academic and English language skills to enter the first year of university.

Latest news


  • Jun 04 2021
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    The School of Business and Management at Royal Holloway, University of London has been recognised for its dedication to high quality research, excellent management education and commitment to having a positive impact upon management policy and practice by AACSB International.

  • Jan 29 2021
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    The new iCAS launch at the International Study Centre gives students the opportunity to study with us under just one visa – saving time and money, so you can spend more time focusing on your studies.
  • Oct 16 2020
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    When choosing your degree programme, there are many aspects to consider. These can be related to the kind of career you are interested in, your hobbies or where you want to live in the future.

    If you are interested in problem solving, mathematics, communication or design among other things, then a computer science degree could be right for you.


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