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University of Roehampton

At a glance

With undoubtedly the most beautiful campus in London, University of Roehampton sits comfortably within 54 acres of parkland, lakes and woodland, situated only 30 minutes from central London.  

Students at Roehampton benefit from its reach heritage in education that stretches back 175 years. This, together with modern teaching facilities, high-quality accommodation and social hubs as well as sporting and leisure facilities provides a supportive community in which to thrive.

Roehampton offers a wealth of courses through 11 schools of its academic departments that include Business School; Dance; Drama, Theatre and Performance; Education; English and Creative Writing; Graduate School; Humanities; Life Sciences; Media, Culture and Language; Psychology; Social Sciences.

At Roehampton employability is a priority and students are preparing for a successful career through modules imbedded in their course of study as well as many projects such as Career Mentoring Scheme, which matches students with experienced professional for career guidance. This and other schemes explain why 92% of Roehampton’s graduates are in work and further study within six months of graduating, one of the best rates in London. 


Facts & figures

Year of Foundation


Type of institution

Tier 4 Sponsor, Higher Education Institution (HEI)

Course offered

Foundation, Undergraduate, Postgraduate, Research, English pre-sessional


September – all courses, January - Business School postgraduate only, June/August (Bachelors/Masters with English Pre-sessional)

Campus locations

South-West London


Yes (up to £6,000 per a course for Master level study and £1,000 for Bachelor)

Main strength

Education, Business, Life Sciences, Media, Translation

No of academic staff




Total student number


International student number


Number of countries represented


Student union


Facilities and supports

24-hour security; 18 accommodation halls; 24-hours library and learning services; 24-hours IT suite; study rooms; free Wi-Fi; Sport: Gym, Multi use games area, Tennis court; 20 sports clubs; 38 student socialites; biomedical labs; photo labs; theatre; TV studios; journalist suits; translation software; personal tutor; career skills development; free language classes for non-native speakers; student welfare service; health & wellbeing advice and counselling

Professional associations

CIM, CMI, ACCA, Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS), British Psychological Society (BPS), British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), British Association of Play Therapists (BAPT), European Commission recognition for European Masters in Audio-visual Translation

Career development supports


Career after 6 months

92% undergraduate and 98% postgraduate students in work or further study

Guardian University rank


Awards obtained

Ranked no 1 in London for campus environment, i-grad 2012; Roehampton Students

Famous alumni

Darren Shan - internationally known author of Cirque du Freak series; Noel Clark - actor/director; Daniel Kitson – Comedian, Perrier Award winner; Jeremy Kyle - TV personality, Alice Beer - TV presenter; David Rossdale - Bishop of Grimsby; Prof David Halton - former Vice Chancellor, Glamorgan University; Matt Horan - Inventor of Rollasole Shoes, Danielle Perez – former Miss Gibraltar, Chris Robshaw – Harlequins and England Rugby captain

Why choose the University of Roehampton

A friendly, modern, vibrant learning community with students from across the world and from all types of backgrounds set on a beautiful and historic campus in sout

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