University of Roehampton


The University of Roehampton, London provides a high-quality learning experience in a friendly and supportive environment. The Roehampton ethos sees higher education as an important driver of both personal growth and social change. Roehampton has a proud and distinguished history dating back to the 1840s, its Colleges were also among the first colleges of higher education in the UK to admit women. That tradition of commitment to equality continues to be part of the ethos of Roehampton, which has one of the most diverse communities of students in the UK. Today the University has a broad range of expertise across business, the arts and humanities, social sciences and human and life sciences, at the same time as maintaining its historic strength in education. In an era of globalisation, studying in a community that consists of more than 120 different nationalities prepares graduates to do business with people from around the world. And because Roehampton students are taught directly by academics with national and international reputations for their research, they learn in an environment that is rich in creativity and new ideas.

  • Roehampton expert advises video game summit

    Roehampton’s Miguel Bernal Merino has been appointed as adviser for the ‘Game Localization Summit’ as part of the biggest and most important international event in the video game industry.

  • Book launch: Wolf

    Professor of Human-Animal Studies, Marvin explores the resultant reputation of the wolf as a creature of evil.

  • Beyond the classroom

    Explore "Beyond the Classroom" at the University of Roehampton.


  • About University of Roehampton

    See one of London's most beautiful campus, the University of Roehampton offers a high-quality student experience with outstanding staff and facilities.

  • Dance Company of Roehampton Alumni chosen to perform at 'Resolution'

    A Roehampton graduate’s performance has been selected to be shown at the Robin Howard Dance Theatre as part of Resolution!, the biggest European platform for new choreographers.

  • Get Paid: Roehampton research helps small businesses

    The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), Experian, the Forum of Private Business and the Institute of Credit Management (ICM), have jointly published a new guide to ensuring prompt payment, aimed at owners and managers of small businesses.

  • Experts study parkour orang-utans

    No doubt orangutans move around in a very different way to humans, but when it comes to climbing or jumping, people adopt some of the similar methods as their great ape cousins, a new study has found.

  • Dr Graham White presented with BBC Audio Drama Award

    Dr Graham White, Reader in Drama and Creative Practice, has been awarded an inaugural BBC Audio Drama award in the 'Innovation' category.

  • #tweetyourthesis

    A Roehampton lecturer inspired students around the world to deliver their academic thesis in 140 characters with a viral campaign #tweetyourthesis.

  • Roehampton launches Western Balkans and Human Rights Initiative

    Fifteen representatives from Universities in Albania, Montenegro, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo, Sweden, Germany, Ireland and the UK, gathered at the University for the first  meeting of an EU Tempus funded project on developing human rights education in university curricula in the Western Balkans.