We welcome applications from students around the world. If you would like to check the progress of your application, or have queries about the application process, please contact the international admissions team for advice on your application:E: firstname.lastname@example.orgT: +44 (0) 208 392 8104
International Foundation Certificate
You can download an application form here. Please ensure that you return certified copies of your current academic achievements with your application.
Please also send us the disability and ethnicity form with your application form. This form is not used in the selection process but is used to make sure that the University is following its equal opportunities policy.
You are also asked to send the disability and ethnicity form with your application form. This form is not used in the selection process but is used to make sure that the University is following its equal opportunities policy.
Pre-sessional English language courses
If you have already applied for a programme at Roehampton you do not need to fill in another application form. Just email admissions, to let them know that you would like to do the presessional course.
You can apply through a central admissions body called the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). You can make your application online on the UCAS website. You are responsible for completing the online form, for obtaining an academic reference and for submitting the completed application to UCAS.
If you need help in completing the form, please contact the International Team at Roehampton (if possible, send a copy of your UCAS application along with your transcripts, certificates or other proof of qualifications) or your local British Council office.
If you are applying for 2nd or 3rd year entry (ie transfer from another institution) then apply here.
You make your application direct to the University of Roehampton. You can either:
University of RoehamptonInternational Admissions OfficerErasmus House Roehampton LaneLondonSW15 5PU, UK
You must ensure you include copies of your academic transcripts and certificates, an academic reference and a copy of your English language qualification. If you make your application online, you should include your online application reference number in any further correspondence.
Application for PGCE programmes are made through a central admissions body called the Graduate Teacher Training Registry (GTTR). You can make your application online on the GTTR website. You are responsible for completing the online form, for obtaining an academic reference, for paying the fee online and for submitting the completed application to GTTR.
If you want to apply for a higher degree by research, you should contact the Research Office for an information pack:
Graduate SchoolRoom 018, Richardson BuildingDigby Stuart BuildingUniversity of RoehamptonRoehampton LaneLondon SW15 5PHUKTel: +44 (0)20 8392 3460Email: email@example.comAlternatively, the relevant application forms and guidelines can be found online.
Students with offers for the University’s undergraduate programmes received through the UCAS scheme should make their responses through the UCAS Track Progress service: www.ucas.ac.uk/students/track. The timetable for responding to offers can be found at www.ucas.ac.uk/students/importantdates. You will need your UCAS personal ID, username and password to access the Track service. If you have any issues with the use of this process, contact UCAS Customer Enquiries; Tel: + 44(0)871 468 0468 for further advice.
If you have applied directly to us, we will endeavour to
inform you of our decision within four weeks of processing applications. If you
applied via UKPASS you should respond to your offer (accept/decline/withdraw)
via your UKPASS account. If you applied to the University using a direct DA1
application form, you should respond to your offer by completing the Offer
Decision Form issued with your offer and return this to firstname.lastname@example.org
The level of tuition fees you are liable for is based on your fee status, which we assess based on government regulations. Guidelines for fee assessment are set out by the UK Council for International Student Affairs on their website.