Moore Building,

Royal Holloway, University of London



TW20 0EX


We want to give everyone the opportunity to join the conference regardless of your location, so overnight en-suite accommodation on campus on the eve of the conference is available and complimentary for all delegates. Simply select YES on the accommodation option when you purchase your ticket.

Royal Holloway can easily be accessed by car or train and is only a short journey from London Heathrow.

By car - Royal Holloway is located off the A30, a few minutes from junction 13 of the M25.

By train - the nearest train station is Egham, which is on the main Waterloo to Reading train line. The journey is 40 minutes from London Waterloo.

A campus bus service runs between the station and university. Alternatively you can burn a few extra calories by walking to campus which is approximately 15 minutes. Local taxi firms also know the campus well and we recommend pre-booking with these companies from Heathrow to avoid being over-charged.

Residential delegates have complimentary use of our on-site gym which houses popular fitness equipment such as treadmills, weights and cross trainers.

Historic seat of learning

Today's Royal Holloway is formed from two colleges, founded by two social pioneers, Elizabeth Jesser Reid and Thomas Holloway. They were among the first places in Britain where women could access higher education.

Bedford College, in London, opened its doors in 1849, and Royal Holloway College's stunning Founder's Building was unveiled by Queen Victoria in 1886 – it’s still the focal point of the campus.

In 1900, the colleges became part of the University of London and in 1985 they merged to form what is now known as Royal Holloway.

Find out more about the fascinating history of Royal Holloway by reading this interactive timeline:

This amazing video by current BSc Economics, Politics and International Relations student Alexandre de Silva, provides an incredible bird's-eye view of Founder's Building, including footage in the snow! ❄️