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Bedford College (University Of London)
... merged with another of the University of London's colleges – Royal Holloway College ... The merged institution was named Royal Holloway and Bedford New College (RHBNC) ... day-to-day use the college is called Royal Holloway, University of London (RHUL) ...
Royal Holloway, University Of London - People - Principals - Bedford College
... Dame Emily Penrose First principal (1893–1898) also Royal Holloway (1898–1907) Ethel Hurlbatt (1898–1906) Dame Margaret Jansen Tuke (1907–1929) Geraldine Emma May Jebb (1930–1951) Norah Lillian ...
University Of London - Organisation and Administration - Former Colleges and Schools
... These include Bedford College - Inner Circle Regent's Park now part of Royal Holloway and Bedford New College (the registered Royal Charter title of Royal Holloway, University of London ... Avenue, Hampstead now part of Queen Mary and Westfield College (the registered Royal Charter title of Queen Mary, University of London) Wye College - Wye, Kent Wye courses are now run by the ... Despite the name the college never had any association with Royal Holloway and Bedford New College ...
St George's, University Of London - History
... In 2008, St George's announced that it planned to merge with Royal Holloway to form a single institution within the University of London ... St George's intends to keep working with Royal Holloway in the field of health and social care along with its well-established Joint Faculty with Kingston University ... St George's, Kingston University and Royal Holloway will continue to collaborate in the field of health and social care as part of the existing SWan (South West London Academic Network ...
Marjorie Williamson - Royal Holloway
... She was invited to become Principal of Royal Holloway College, University of London, (RHC) in 1962 following the resignation of Dr Edith Clara Batho ...

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