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SSC opening times in April 2019

If you are planning to submit your thesis in person during April, please check the SSC opening times

Three Minute Thesis (3MT)

The Three Minute Thesis event will take place as part of the Annual Doctoral Conference on 6 June 2019. If you'd like to take part in the 3MT competition, submit your registration form to by Friday 3 May

Royal Holloway Annual Doctoral Conference

The Annual Doctoral Conference will take place on 6 June 2019 in the Boilerhouse. If you'd like to register for the poster competition, to present a 10 minute paper or just wish to attend and support your peers, please email Pam Kaur by Thursday 23 June

PGR space in the Library

Between 1 April and 31 May 2019, the PGR space in the Library will be extended to PGT students. If you have any questions or feedback, please email the Library

Additional space study space for PGR students

Between 1 April and 31 May 2019, additional rooms have been booked out for PGR students who are looking for extra study space

Postgraduate Research Experience Survey

Remember to complete the PRES survey! As soon as you complete your survey, you'll be entered into our prize draw to win one of the three £50 Waterstones vouchers.

Library training sessions

During March, the library has several training sessions open to PGR students

Welcome to the Doctoral School

A message from Professor Rosemary Deem (Dean, Doctoral School)

Mission Statement for the Doctoral School

Mission Statement for the Doctoral School

Students Against Depression

The Students Against Depression website is a free resource to help students who may be struggling with depression and anxiety

NCRM courses

Various training courses are being offered in 2019.

UEA/SENSS Online Training Series

These electronic courses for social scientists are open to all Royal Holloway Postgraduate Research students.

Royal Holloway proofreading scheme

The Royal Holloway Proofreading Scheme is only open to postgraduates who would like to have the final draft of an assessed project or dissertation checked for minor slips and errors

Researcher Development Programme

A series of transferable skills courses designed for research students to help develop their skills alongside their research

How to apply for a research degree


Studentships and finance

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Researcher development

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Changes that can affect your study


Research degree exam process