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Roehampton’s students have given the University a resounding show of support and graded it ‘first class’ in the National Student Survey, with overall the best ever results being recorded this year.

Students say they love Roehampton because of the hard work which goes into creating a high quality all round experience: A great lifestyle plus a respected degree coupled with skills employers want which will get graduates into work.

Outstanding poets and researchers David Harsent, Fiona Sampson and Paul O’Prey will illuminate Wimbledon’s BookFest in October, when they share favourite works including war poetry with audiences, it has just been confirmed.

Roehampton drama graduate Emely Neu will soon join a prestigious group of artists including Damien Hirst and David Hockney, after being selected to join the Bloomberg New Contemporaries exhibition.

As the United Kingdom marks 100 years since the start of the First World War, plans have been revealed for the public to join with staff and students at the University of Roehampton to commemorate the conflict.

An East Putney couple who first met as staff members at Froebel College in 1983 returned to the University of Roehampton for the first time on Thursday (31 July) to get married, saying they wanted the beautiful surroundings of the campus as a backdrop to their wedding.

A host of big name speakers are set to illuminate Wimbledon later this year at the town’s expanding annual BookFest, which the University of Roehampton is a key partner in.

Businesswoman and former journalist Dame Marjorie Scardino, tipped as the next head of the BBC Trust, has received an honorary doctorate of laws from the University of Roehampton.

An expert in Muslim law, an eminent professor of American culture, and a man who has dedicated his life to protecting endangered species have been awarded honorary doctorates by the University of Roehampton.
Eminent BBC journalist John Simpson, the corporation's World Affairs Editor, has today been made an honorary fellow of the University of Roehampton, as he steps down from the figurehead role of Chancellor after nine years.
More than 2,500 students will graduate from the University of Roehampton with degrees from Dance to Human Resources Management today and tomorrow, and for the first time ever, they will be graduating at the Royal Festival Hall, on the world-famous South Bank.
Hearing directly from the Pope about the need to live simply and find out what is truly important in life has been inspirational for a member of Digby Stuart College’s alumni.

European-based degrees from a respected American educator will be validated by London’s University of Roehampton following the confirmation of a new partnership between the two organisations.

Brand new halls of residence and a landmark library building are to be constructed within the next three years by the University of Roehampton as part of an overall £80m investment programme across its 54 acre Wandsworth campus.

A new partnership struck between Newsquest south London, publishers of the Wandsworth Guardian, and the University will create a three month paid internship for a student to learn first-hand how to be a reporter.

A total of 92 per cent of full-time first degree graduates from the University of Roehampton were in work or further study six months after finishing their courses, a figure higher than almost any other university in London, according to the latest data released by the Higher Education Statistics Agency.

New figures show Roehampton is the safest inner London university, after nationwide research highlighted low levels of crime within a three mile radius of the campus.

A new collection of some of the most poignant poetry from World War One challenges the notion that all poems by soldiers and nurses at the time were of an anti-war sentiment.

University of Roehampton academic Dr Aisha K. Gill has played a key role in researching and drafting the new law making forced marriage a criminal offence, which came into operation this week.

Fewer school children with mental health conditions could be labelled as 'trouble-makers' thanks to new official Government guidance to teachers, which has been informed by research from a Roehampton professor.