Here at Royal Holloway, we pride ourselves on our campus, which was once named one of the world's most beautiful by the Daily Telegraph.
And it isn't just the Founder's Building that has given us this reputation. It probably helps that we have 135 acres of parkland and forest where you can catch glimpses of British wildlife, like this Muntjac deer, on your strolls around campus.
One of our academics, Dr Steve Portugal (School of Biological Sciences), took this great snap on his lunch break.
As well as wildlife, you'll find everything you need on your doorstep here including teaching and study spaces, high-quality accommodation, the sports centre, cafés and bars.
Pretty soon the new Emily Wilding Davison Building will be open to our students giving them access to more study space with glorious views of both Founder's and our green spaces.
Are you still making your mind up about where to study in 2018? Take a look at some of the other reasons for why you should choose us.