About the University
Located on a large parkland campus in south-west London, the University of Roehampton offers students the safety and community of a campus university at the same time as all the advantages of being in England’s capital city.
The university has a rich and diverse student life, with an international student community from over 140 countries, and 50+ societies and clubs to join. Roehampton is particularly well-known for it’s creative degree programmes in Film, Journalism, and Photography, but offers over 50 exciting courses in a variety of subjects, taught by experts in their fields.
Moreover, the university is in the Top 10 ranking for London universities and has been awarded a TEF Silver.
Times Higher Education Rankings
Guardian Academic Rankings
Roehampton’s accommodation consists of four colleges with Mount Clare exclusively for continuing students, and Linden House reserved for Postgraduate students.
It also offers accommodation in central London at the Spring Mews development in Vauxhall.
The university has a broad range of specialist facilities for teaching and research. This includes a Biomechanics Laboratory, a Physiology Laboratory and Sport and Exercise Psychology Laboratories.
There is also a new library, opened in 2017, which is home to several expert collections.
The University of Roehampton provides its students with the opportunity to discover within the vibrant capital city of London. With dozens of student societies to join, there’s plenty of places to make new friends. There is also a range of sports clubs, including football, badminton, yoga and cheerleading. College life provides new experiences and chances to socialise with neighbours and new friends too.
Samira Makhmalbaf (filmmaker), Darren Shan (author), Deepak Tripathi (historian), Lamorna Watts (actress), Jack Garratt (singer)