About WEE - Royal Holloway

Royal Holloway is part of the University of London and was founded in 1879 by the Victorian entrepreneur Thomas Holloway. With over 8,600 undergraduate and postgraduate students from over 100 countries it is the ideal location for the prestigious BEO programme. The campus is located just outside Egham and is ranked 6th in the world for its ‘International Outlook’.

Founders Building, Royal Holloway

Royal Holloway – Programme Highlights

The World English Experience (WEE) combines a General English language course, Trinity exam preparation, a series of English language based mental and physical challenges and a full British cultural and activity programme.

Recommended ages: 7-17


  • 24 hours of English Lessons and option to take Trinity Exam at the end of the course
  • 2 extended full days to London (9am-8pm) including a ride on the London Eye and a Politics and Royalty walking tour
  • 1 extended full day to London (9am-10.30pm) including a West End Musical
  • Full-day excursion to Brighton with walking tour and option to include an entrance to Brighton Pavilion
  • Full day excursion to Oxford with walking tour and entrance to an Oxford College, option to include Punting on River Cherwell.

Please find the centre guidebook here


  • London Heathrow


  • London Gatwick


  • London Stansted

    1hr 45mins

WEE - Royal Hospital


  • Mixed accommodation including single, twin and multi-bedded options with shared bathroom facilities
  • Exceptionally high standard common rooms in every boarding house with TVs and computers
  • Newly refurbished dining hall and servery (2015)
  • Extensive sports facilities including tennis courts, a swimming pool, large sports hall and outdoor playing fields
  • Group leader social space overlooking the River Stour
  • WiFi access available (computer room sessions available during 2 week programme).