Royal Holloway, University of London
Please let us know whether you think your university does enough to attract and cater for students from a diverse range of backgrounds?
"There are lots of foreign students and ample support for them."
"Almost half of the university population is probably made up of international students; it's very diverse."
"I think Royal Holloway is one of the most multicultural universities in England."
"The university does more than enough to attract a diverse range of backgrounds."
"There are lots of scholarships and bursaries, the uni does a lot."
"Royal Holloway has a big international student population, with many of its students coming from all over the world. It has facilities specifically for international students including the international student support office as well as offering language workshops and international scholarships. It also appeals to people from various financial backgrounds. I myself am from a low-income area, yet was offered support including a bursary to study there."
"There are so many international students."
"It is a very cosmopolitan place."
"The university tries but I still think the student's union could do more."
"Definitely, there are plenty of societies on offer to help."
"The university has connections to universities in Korea and there is a large Asian population on campus. My house, at present, has two Italians, two Brits and a French student. Students from across the world study at this uni and it is very diverse."
"As an international student I managed to feel like I am at home. It is in fact the number one university for international outlook."
"For a university we are reasonably diverse, about 25% of our population are international students and the home students are a nice mix. It is still predominately white, though. Royal Holloway has a great LGBT community and I feel it's much better than most unis at addressing any problems with diversity that may occur."
"There are a lot of rich white students."
"I think it does. There is a lot of support for international students here."