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The University of Roehampton has agreed a new publishing partnership with the world's leading academic publisher in the Humanities and Social Sciences, Routledge, Taylor & Francis, who will now publish Poem magazine.

The historic 54 acre campus at the University of Roehampton is being used by students as the basis for a pioneering project including researching the lives of high society Georgian and Victorian figures.

Fifty high-achieving postgraduates are being offered the chance of a fully-funded PhD scholarship at the University of Roehampton, with opportunities in all 10 of the University’s academic departments currently available.

Senior Lecturer in Computing Education, Peter Kemp, has been awarded £50,000 funding from Creative Skillset to expand a 3D animation summer school for young people aged 14-18.

Celebrated children’s author, Dame Jacqueline Wilson, has revealed her favourite books to mark World Book Day today and to encourage people to enjoy learning about literature.

Women eating in restaurants and cafes are subconsciously influenced in their menu preferences by the server’s appearance, according to new academic research.

The three judges for the Roehampton Poetry Centre’s annual Roehampton Prize have been announced, as the Centre’s Director issues a call to publishers to submit poetry collections for this prestigious book of the year award.

More than 150 people have already applied to study at the University’s new Law School, which is offering qualifying LLB in Law from this September, according to the latest applications figures.

Squash star Yathreb Adel, who is studying a Business degree at the University of Roehampton swept to victory in the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) Individual Squash Championships, winning gold in convincing style at the weekend.

A major public art project which will see one of the most important works by the eminent 20th Century sculptor Lynn Chadwick returned to its original site in Roehampton is to be launched by the University.

A delegation from 18 London universities, led by Roehampton and the Mayor of London, has promoted the benefits of studying in the capital to American students and opinion formers, at a high profile function in New York.

Students who took part in an innovative University programme, designed to build leadership skills and prepare them for fulfilling careers have judged it a great success.

Mōtiō, a postgraduate journal for dance practice and research, launched today [3 February] under the auspices of Roehampton’s Department of Dance.
The inaugural winner of the Ruskin Prize for Poetry, which was judged by TS Eliot prize winner David Harsent, has been announced by the Roehampton Poetry Centre, based at the University of Roehampton in London.
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.

Star of Smack the Pony, I’m Alan Partridge, and Miranda, Sally Phillips visited Roehampton to share tips with ‘the next generation of sketch writers’ in her seminar entitled ‘Smacking the Pony and Flogging a Dead Horse’.