Registration takes place between 9.00am - 11.30am in our new state of-the-art Library, with subject sessions starting at 11.45am and repeating at 1.00pm. During the day we have talks on student finance and student accommodation, as well as tours of the campus and an informative Student Life Fair. The day will close around 3.00pm.
Travelling to Roehampton
The best way to travel to Roehampton is by using trains and London public transport. Plan your journey with National Rail. Barnes Station is in Zone 3 and is the nearest station to Roehampton. At Barnes Station we will be running a free shuttle bus service to the University between 8.30am to 10.45am.
A small number of parking spaces will be available at Queen Mary Hospital (SW15 5PN) opposite the Roehampton campus, however we would strongly advise you to travel by public transport wherever possible.
This will be your first point of call at the Open Day. Please enter campus through the Main Gate entrance on Roehampton Lane and walk to the Library for Registration.
Welcome Talks: 9.15am, 10am and 10.45am
Make the most of this unique opportunity to hear how being a student at the University of Roehampton can be one of the most rewarding experiences you’ll ever have.
Accommodation Talks: 9.30am, 10am and 10.30am
Find out about the accommodation options that are available for you on our campus, and the accommodation guarantee we offer to new students.
Student Finance Talks: 9.30am, 10am and 10.30am
These talks are aimed at potential student and parents. Topics covered include when and how to apply, how student finance works including additional support available for studying in London.
Student Life Fair: 9am – 3pm
The Student Life Fair runs throughout the Open Day and is an ideal way to find out about the wide range of services on offer for students at Roehampton.
Campus Tours: 9am – 3pm
Take a tour of our campus with a Student Ambassador. You will be able to view accommodation as part of your campus tour.
Subject Sessions: 11.45am and repeated again at 1pm
Subject sessions are perhaps the most important part of the Roehampton Open Day. Take the opportunity to ask lots of questions and make notes. These sessions take different forms, such as sample lectures and informal presentations.