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This is the first MA in the world to combine audiovisual translation, accessibility and filmmaking.
This course takes an in-depth examination of accounting, finance, and the interconnected nature of these within organisations.
Our MA TESOL is designed for students with an undergraduate degree in English or Linguistics who are intending to have a career in English teaching.
A range of theoretical and practical training, clinical placements to become a therapist, taking in psychodynamic framework, art, music and drama therapy.
This course offers practical and theoretical training in Patricia Crittenden’s Dynamic Maturational Model (DMM) of attachment.
The MA in Audiovisual Translation is an internationally leading course in its field, recognised by the European Commission as a European Masters in Translation.
The course interrogates the concept of ballet by asking philosophical questions about the works and stylistic elements of both training and choreography.
This unique course critically examines the theoretical basis of methods of assessment and the practical application of data within biomechanics. It offers students a means of studying biomechanics from a discipline-specific standpoint in an exciting, practical yet academic way.
This Children's Literature masters/ postgraduate (MA/PGDip) course studies children's books and their influence on culture.
This course allows you to study children’s literature in a flexible, part-time format. This MA is taught through a mixture of independent study, tutor feedback, and peer support.
Roehampton Dance's MFA provides a unique environment for emerging choreographers to develop their artistic practice.
Practice as research is a growing discipline for experienced choreographers and performers who want to deepen their artistic practice and strengthen their profile.
Choreomundus is an Erasmus Mundus programme that investigates dance and other movement systems.
This MA is designed for lay and ordained Christians with significant experience of working (paid or volunteer) in churches, mission agencies, or not-for-profit organisations (faith-based or secular).
Students on the MRes in Classical Research will engage with a broad range of research methods relevant for classical studies.
This course offers an exciting opportunity to study modern neuroscience with a focus on clinical implications.
The course is designed for all members of nutrition support teams and is also suitable for students who wish to pursue clinically based nutrition research.
Community dance negotiates complex relationships between the creative, social and political.
The Practitioner Doctorate in Counselling Psychology is a three year, full-time professional training accredited by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and the British Psychological Society (BPS).
This rich and varied course is designed for early-career writers seeking to develop the necessary skills and knowledge to enhance their creative practice.
Roehampton's Creative Writing programme is designed for ambitious, committed creative writers who are developing their independent writing practice.
The Anthropology of Dance investigates the place of dance in society from the perspectives of those participating in it.
This unique course integrates theoretical, experiential and clinical learning, preparing you to practice as a dance movement psychotherapist.
This is still the only theoretical postgraduate course in the UK to explore practice of movement and spectatorship.
This unique course provides opportunities for the theoretical, practical and clinical exploration of ritual and drama for healing and change.
With content that crosses different disciplinary and professional boundaries, this course aims to develop a deep understanding of the factors that promote the wellbeing of young children and their families.
This programme is designed to offer professionals the opportunity to engage in systematic and analytical enquiry into the theories and practices of educational leadership and management, with a view to improving your own practice.
The MA Education Policy programme will explore key debates in national and international education policy. Students will engage with concepts in the changing landscape of global education policy and engage with a critical analysis of the different theoretical perspectives and debates around it.
The programme has a strong emphasis on professional development, and how human rights principles can be put into practice through policy and active engagement in human rights issues.
The course aims to enable students to critically explore policy and practice in Special and Inclusive Education within Europe and internationally.
This MA offers the opportunity for advanced studies in film, television and new media. Taught by leading figures in the field, it allows you to engage with the most up-to-date research and to explore new approaches to audiovisual scholarship.
You will develop an understanding of interrelationships between political and social issues that impact upon artistic practices.
This course deals with a wide range of health issues from stress to sleep, and looks at the aetiology and symptomology of what can be complex processes.
You will study different approaches to the research and writing of history, with a focus on innovative theoretical and methodological developments.
This course offers a compelling programme of study in human rights to prepare you for your future career in the field.
The study of human rights is critical for any understanding of the effects of global terrorism and counter-terrorism campaigns and the profound struggle for democratic freedoms sweeping the world.
This course is based on an integrative relational approach to counselling/psychotherapy.
The MSc International Management portfolio will develop you as a future manager and leader who can do business across time zones, cultures and languages and in global and diverse contexts.
This course examines and challenges the theoretical and practical operation of accounting within an organisation.
On this course, you will develop a strong understanding of the operational aspects of corporate and financial management.
This pathway is designed to engage students in a critical dialogue about the strategic importance of HRM in international firms as well as competing perspectives of international HRM, drawing on current research and practice.
This specialist pathway will enable you to analyse the marketing context in which international brands operate. You will learn how to apply marketing concepts to different contexts, including non-traditional organisations, non-profit entities and the public sector.
Offering an advanced qualification for graduates with previous study or experience who wish to pursue a career as a marketing professional or academic.
The Roehampton MBA is designed to prepare students for the challenges of senior management within an international environment.
This course is ideal for those who wish to pursue media, communications and cultural inquiry at an advanced level in order to develop media based careers.
This course provides you with professional training in music therapy, approved by the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC).
The course examines the problem of an excess of energy intake over energy expenditure from an integrative perspective.
This cutting-edge course provides the opportunity to engage in performance as an interdisciplinary and connective practice.
This course provides both an academic qualification (PGCE) and the recommendation for Qualified Teacher Status.
This programme is for students who have a strength in mathematics and wish to teach in primary schools, focusing solely or mainly on mathematics.
This course provides both an academic qualification at Masters level (PGCE) and the recommendation for Qualified Teacher Status.
Based on a person-centred model of therapy, this course emphasises the use of play within a therapeutic relationship to facilitate therapeutic change.
This course combines theoretical investigation with fieldwork and laboratory work on a range of topics in primatology.
The programme will encourage you to explore a holistic approach to being a modern, successful, strategic project manager.
This exciting and innovative programme provides students with a thorough theoretical, conceptual and practical grounding in the discipline.
This unique degree is focused on questions of religion and gender and their implications for wider political, cultural and ethical issues.
The course is distinctive in providing students with an exciting opportunity to develop expertise in a range of both quantitative and qualitative research methods of data collection and analysis with a focus on their application to real-world issues.
A one year part-time, postgraduate certificate that introduces students to the ‘Sounds of Intent’ music-developmental framework and explains how to use the resources and assessment tool available on the website.
This course encourages students to think about Indian/Asian cultural production within a global modernity and diaspora perspective.
This exciting programme welcomes professionals and others with relevant experience and interests to investigate the issues involved in the education and development of children and young people with special educational needs, disabilities and disadvantage, along with others.
Study the use of translation software and multilingual material, learn languages skills, and about translating technical texts.
This innovative course offers you a means of studying sport and exercise physiology in an exciting, practical way.
The programme critically examines the philosophical and theoretical basis of assessment, support and intervention, to give an informed and holistic perspective of the profession.
The course gives you the opportunity to examine critically the theoretical bases of assessment methods and their practical application within physiology, psychology and biomechanics.
Ideal for students who are interested in focusing on a specific research area at Masters level and provides an excellent platform for progression to PhD-level study.
This course provides a science-based qualification in the study of stress.
This Masters course gives students the opportunity to focus on Roman Catholicism since the Second Vatican Council.
This postgraduate Teaching Dance: Science and Art course critically examines the teaching of dance and is aimed at practising dance teachers.
This MA creatively balances the close study of particular traditions and a broad understanding of the subject area.
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