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Royal Holloway University of London

Royal Holloway University of London

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Royal Holloway University of London

About Royal Holloway University of London

Royal Holloway, University of London, was founded to provide accessible education, initially for women. We believe that there should not be any barriers to learning, and that an inclusive, diverse and supportive environment is key to helping students make the most of their time here.

The College is committed to supporting its students and staff in order to ensure they maximise their potential and progress, regardless of any accessibility needs or issues they may experience.

To help us continue to break down barriers and showcase our campus facilities and services, we have partnered with AccessAble, who are highly experienced at helping organisations to measure and improve the accessibility of their physical spaces. They have helped to produce a comprehensive series of access guides and routes for our campus. This will enable prospective students and visitors to take a virtual tour of the accessibility of the Campus prior to commencing studies or a visit and make an informed decision for themselves.

In addition to AccessAble, Royal Holloway has a dedicated Disability Service who provide a range of support to enable students to participate in both their wider studies and university life.

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