Arrival and Orientation
International Arrivals for September 2020 will take place across two dates:
- Saturday 29 August
- Wednesday 16 September
The Saturday 29 August collection is for students who are flying in from countries not on the UK travel corridor country list and are therefore required to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival, and Wednesday 16 September collection is for students who are not required to quarantine. However, please note that you can sign up for either airport collection date, and students required to quarantine arriving on or after 16 September, will still be able to do so.
Please try to book your flights to arrive in London on one of the two dates in order to participate in the international orientation activities and to use the airport pick up service to the University from Heathrow Airport.
How does it work?
Friendly representatives from the University of Roehampton will be in the arrivals area at Heathrow to meet you. You can't miss us – we will be wearing Roehampton hoodies and holding University of Roehampton signs! We will take you to your transport and send you on your way to the University. Once you have signed up we will send you an email with all the details and contact information.
Airport pick up service
We offer an airport pick-up service from London Heathrow Airport for international students who will be living in University accommodation.
How does it work?
Friendly University of Roehampton representatives will be in the arrivals area at Heathrow to meet you. You can't miss us – we will be wearing Roehampton hoodies and holding University of Roehampton signs! We will take you to your transport and send you on your way to the University.
Once you have signed up we will send you an email with all the details and contact information.
Roehampton International Orientation
Welcome and orientation activities for international students are being planned in accordance with covid 19 safety measures, and will be announced shortly. Please check back on these pages toward the end of August.
What to do if you are making your own way to campus
Please make your own way to campus on Wednesday 16 September. The welcome team will be located in the library between 9am and 7pm where you can register and collect your keys - campus map is available here.
What to do if you arrive late
Many students experience delays with their travel plans or visas application and so may be arriving at the University later than planned, late at night or over the weekend. If this applies to you please email us in advance with your estimated arrival time, on your arrive please go to the Security Gatehouse at the Main Entrance to collect your keys.
What to do if you are not living on campus
You can join the welcome activities arranged for our on-campus students if you're living off campus. Please check back to these pages toward the end of August for full details.