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Roehampton is part of a consortium, which has won £13.5 million in funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council. The Doctoral Training Partnership will develop much-needed skilled researchers in the arts and humanities.

Thanks to a generous donation from the family of Southlands alumna, Barbara Baxter (nee Reynolds) who sadly passed away earlier this year,  five new Primary Education bursaries will be offered in 2014.

He came to national prominence on "The Voice" where he was coached by Will.I.Am and Jessie J, however Matt Henry’s path to success has its roots in Roehampton. We caught up with him to ask a few questions...

Roehampton is pleased to announce its participation in a major new £1.94 million Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funded research project looking into Human-Chicken interactions.

The University of Roehampton is pleased to announce that David Dickinson has joined as the new Director of Student Experience.

Professor Molly Scott Cato of the Roehampton Business School, was an expert panellist, alongside the Rt Hon Dr Vince Cable MP, at an RSA event premiering the documentary “The Taxing Question of Land”.

Dr Ann David, Head of Dance is showcasing a new research project on the cultural history of Southall this Saturday, 7th September 2013, at the Centre for Creative Collaboration in Central London. 

The University of Roehampton, London Online has just launched a MSc in Strategic Human Resource Management.

A project at the University- "Growhampton" - has been awarded £230,000 in funding by the NUS Students Green Fund.  

The University has scored its best ever results in the National Student Survey. 86% of Roehampton students are satisfied with their overall experience of the University - above the national average.

Representatives from the University of Roehampton will be at the Whitgift Shopping Centre in Croydon giving advice to school and college leavers who are awaiting A-Level results and considering going to university this September

Researchers at the University of Roehampton are celebrating the success of their Prison Reading Groups (PRG) project with the publication of their new report, ‘What Books Can Do Behind Bars’.

Graduation Ceremonies are a fitting conclusion to the hard work of our students over the course of their studies. They also provide the perfect opportunity for the University to recognise excellence in areas that reflect its mission through the conferment of honorary degrees.

New research published by the University of Roehampton reveals that more needs to be done to ensure that gender inequalities are not perpetuated when developing higher education pedagogies.

Award-winning poet and scriptwriter, David Harsent, has been appointed as Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Roehampton.

In 2012, Ray Ansah walked across the stage at Guildford Cathedral and graduated from the University of Roehampton with a degree in Sports Science. At first glance, Ray seems like your typical university student; however, after hearing his background story, you quickly realise that this accomplishment and this young man’s perseverance are nothing short of extraordinary.

The Employability and Entrepreneurship Department at the University of Roehampton once again successfully ran the Bright Futures entrepreneurship course for Roehampton students in addition to students from Kingston, Royal Holloway, Westminster and Brunel Universities.

Julie Hall, Director of Learning and Teaching Enhancement has been awarded a National Teaching Fellowship, in recognition of her sustained impact on student learning in higher education.
“Smart” schools will benefit from flexible university partnerships in the new world of School Direct according to CEO of the National College for Teaching and Leadership.
New research has revealed a huge surge in the number of new churches being formed in the London Borough of Southwark, particularly new Black Majority Churches.