Royal Holloway, University of London
What are the best things about studying at your university?
"The amazing campus, the close-knit feeling between lecturers and students and all the support and opportunities that I've been able to experience so far."
"It's a small and cosy campus and it's easy to get from one class to the next. We have good café facilities and beautiful buildings and there are a lot of sports clubs and societies that you can take part in."
"There's a great community feel and it's not too big a campus. We have a great choice of halls and the option to live on campus for our second and third years if needed."
"We have an international outlook and are part of the University of London. There's a beautiful campus and we have good facilities mostly."
"There are excellent facilities for my course including an MRI scanner. We have a very helpful and welcoming staff as well as a beautiful campus."
"My department is really good, the campus is beautiful and there is a nice sense of community here."
"We have a beautiful campus with an excellent new library and a diverse community of students."
"I love being able to speak with highly experienced academics who have expertise in a broad range of political affairs."
"It's a small campus uni that has a very homely feel. All accommodation is within walking distance to the uni so it is convenient and practical."
"The unique founders building makes my university experience. The lectures are fantastic and the campus is beautiful, I'm so glad I chose Royal Holloway."
"The relevancy of the material."
"Beautiful with great course leaders and opportunities on my course."
"It's a very lovely campus with lovely staff. There are interesting research fields in biology with seminars from staff outside of the university. I also like the connections you can make through the University of London."
"The organised structure of the course and interpersonal relationships with teachers."
"The small campus is accessible and makes it easier to meet people."
"It is close to home and the university is in the top 20 in the UK league tables for my subject."