The University of Roehampton has an enviable track record in graduate employment. Employers want a complete package of qualifications, experience and life skills, so we provide all sorts of career boosting opportunities such as internships, work or volunteer placements, networking events and semesters at universities abroad.
You will also acquire transferable skills such as the ability to carry out independent research, computer literacy and the understanding of behavioural, biological and cultural differences among people.
Career paths include teaching, human resources, journalism and media.
Some graduates have also gone on to run non-governmental organisations, and work for international charities and organisations, and the NHS, while others have become lawyers (after completing a one-year conversion course).