(based on 33 ratings in 2018)
Royal Holloway, University of London
In a few words
"Royal Holloway alumna include George Eliot, who most English undergraduates will study during their degree, and a new building on campus has been named after her. Similarly, the new library has been named after another former student, Emily Wilding Davison, the pivotal suffragette. It is excellent that the university is recognising these important women whose education was gained here."
Quality of academic facilities
8.2 / 10
Location of university
6.1 / 10
5.3 / 10
6.2 / 10
How diverse is your university
8.1 / 10
Quality of teaching
8.2 / 10
Preparation for a job
7 / 10
Quality of other facilities
7.3 / 10
Cost of living
6.3 / 10
What students say about...
"Royal Holloway alumna include George Eliot, who most English undergraduates will..."
"The location is a bit outside of London but worth it for the quiet and proximity..."
"We have a student pub, which is actually really nice and there is the SU and Medicine,..."
"The societies are very diverse and there is a society for basically everything and..."
"The university tries but I still think the student's union could do more."
"Careers and employability is much more targeted to 2nd and 3rd year students but..."
"The organised structure of the course and interpersonal relationships with teach..."
"Not all lecturers are approachable and the gym isn't very good."