The University's BSc in Human Resource Management (HRM) has been awarded a professional accreditation from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), the professional body for HR and people development.

Professor Carole Elliott’s research on Challenging Gendered Media Mis(s)representations of Women Professionals and Leaders has been nominated for the Global Equality & Diversity Awards (GED) Research Award. 

Professor Elaine Harris both contributed to and edited the Routledge Companion to Performance Management and Control which was comprised of research undertaken by over 50 experts.

Mark Richardson has been appointed the new Director of Roehampton Business School, following the departure of Professor Sharon Mavin.

Research from Roehampton Business School academics has won multiple awards in the Emerald Literati Awards.

Roehampton Business School students took advantage of a day of workshops, 1:1 sessions with leaders from top companies, and a panel discussion at annual employability event 'Land that Job', aimed at providing them with the best tips on seeking out and landing their ideal job.

Journalists, academics and business people joined Ruth Cadbury MP at the House of Commons to discuss current representations of women in the media, the challenges and changes needed to gain impact and set a positive tone in society on how women are portrayed.

Entrepreneurial Roehampton Business graduate Gurminder Dhillon has recently won the backing of Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden and Touker Suleyman in the latest series of BBC’s Dragons Den, for his invention, Boot Buddy.
How women look is still a defining feature of their status in the work place, according to research undertaken in the Roehampton Business School.
Stephen Ludlow, who founded high street estate agents LudlowThompson has received the University of Roehampton’s Chancellor’s Prize for his outstanding career in business at Graduation at the Royal Festival Hall on Wednesday 27 July. Stephen has built one of the country’s leading estate agents which prides itself on emphasising good customer service and integrity.
Business leaders, academics and researchers from across the world gathered in Grove House at the University of Roehampton this week, to share ideas, progress gender research and increase the number of women in positions of leadership.
University of Roehampton has retained its position as the highest ranked modern university in London in the results of the Complete University Guide 2017.
Roehampton Business School is holding a workshop on women’s leadership as part of the University’s 175 anniversary celebrations.
The first known virtual game created to teach business ethics to students is in advanced stages of development at the University of Roehampton – and its creator says private sector firms have already shown interest in using it to educate employees.
Roehampton Business School hosted speakers from a range of businesses to speak with students about their companies, the opportunities they have for graduates and to share advice and expertise on securing a job after university. 
There is something quite exciting about the feeling you get after listening to two very inspirational and successful people speak to you about their experiences. They may leave you with one thing that will forever change the way you think, or drive you to achieve that goal you never thought possible.
The former editor-in-chief of The Guardian, Alan Rusbridger, has been made an honorary Doctor of Letters by the University of Roehampton, at its annual Winter graduation ceremony. The award is in recognition of his significant contribution to the journalism industry.

The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016 has again ranked the University of Roehampton as the best modern university in London, after its annual league table was published yesterday.

Businessman David Sanger has been acknowledged for his contribution to industry and for his commitment to educating leaders and entrepreneurs of the future, with an honorary doctorate from the University of Roehampton.
An award of £15k from the Department for Education (DfE) has been granted for a study into the impact of funding on the attainment of children with additonal needs.