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Principal lecturer in computing education at the University of Roehampton, Miles Berry, has won the 2015 primary digital content, BETT Award for his work on the ‘Switched on Computing’ project.

Lovers of literature in south west London will find a bigger and better festival on their doorsteps from next year, after the University of Roehampton agreed a three year partnership with Wimbledon BookFest.

Professor of Marketing at Roehampton Business School, Sabine Benoit, has been selected to join the editorial review board of the world leading service journal, Journal of Service Research.

A striking collection of poems called Fire Songs by Roehampton’s Professor of Creative Writing, David Harsent, has won the renowned TS Eliot Prize, one of the most admired in the poetry world.

The University of Roehampton is pleased to announce a major new partnership with EU Business School, which will see students across the continent given the chance to study for a UK-accredited degree.

Actress Sally Phillips, who starred in Bridget Jones’ Diary, and wrote Channel4 hit comedy Smack the Pony will be leading a comedy sketch writing workshop for Roehampton students this week.

The University of Roehampton is the most research-intensive modern university in the UK, according to new evidence from the Higher Education Funding Council for England, which has just released its much-anticipated review of universities’ research performance.

Dance researchers at the University of Roehampton have received the highest recognition in the country for the quality and reputation of their work, according to a much-anticipated review of UK higher education institutions.

Two Roehampton graduates were among the England Women’s Rugby squad who claimed the BBC Sports Personality of the Year team award on Sunday, in tribute to their World Cup win in August.

Law students must develop excellent practical skills like making a winning argument, sharp precise writing skills and the ability to manage information effectively, according to Dr Giles Proctor, Head of Roehampton’s Law School.

Working out which university to apply to can be a really difficult choice for teenagers, when there are so many available to choose from and degree courses can often sound quite similar at many different higher education organisations.

The High Court in London has overturned a controversial Government ban on books being sent to prisoners from their friends and families. A judge described the decision by the Ministry of Justice as ‘unlawful’.

An online training game, designed to teach students and professionals about business ethics, has been awarded £24,000 funding by West Focus Consortium.

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

Roehampton counselling expert Professor Mick Cooper will be part of a nine person panel discussing mental health problems in school pupils and staff during a live webchat with The Guardian newspaper this evening.

For the first time ever, postgraduate students will be able to apply for a loan of up to £10,000 to fund their studies, Chancellor George Osborne has announced in today’s Autumn Statement in the House of Commons.

A senior academic has demanded greater use of private sector business skills in the Ministry of Defence, as Government rolls out its plan for a vastly different structure to the UK’s military which is based on significant partnership with industry.

Television channels have improved the quality of their subtitles, meaning more hard of hearing people than ever before can understand programmes from news bulletins to chat shows, according to new research for Ofcom by the University of Roehampton.

Roehampton academics and students will be at the forefront of new research to understand how watercourses naturally react to protect themselves from pollution and climate change, so they can be better managed by industrial users and regulators.

New research on the role of traditional dance in creating a ‘new Rwanda’, as the country recovers from the impact of the 1994 genocide, will be carried out at the University of Roehampton, thanks to a 110,803 Euro grant.