Posted: 18 May 2015
Mr Rajan, editor of the newspaper since 2013, said graduates and final year students should not be ‘downbeat’ about the changes taking place in the industry as it deals with the growth of online. His comments came in advance of a speech during a a student conference at the University.
He said: “Don’t be downbeat, there are loads of jobs going, they are different from years ago, but I would say to people to be optimistic."
Advice from Amol Rajan on how to get a job in journalism:
Listen to Amol Rajan explain how he decides what appears on the front page of the Independent newspaper:
Roehampton students and staff to support local children’s literature festival for third year
This May, Barnes Children's Literature Festival returns to south west London with the University as its lead partner.
Posted: 13 April 2018
Darwin grant awarded to build new resilient ecosystems in the British Virgin Isles
A new collaboration between Dr Louise Soanes, the RSPB and conservationists in the Caribbean aims to improve scientific understanding of ecosystem resilience
Posted: 28 March 2018
Roehampton celebrates graduation for Pathways to Law students
On the 26 February, 24 Year 13 students graduated from University of Roehampton’s first Pathways to Law programme. Over the past two years students have learnt about the essential skills required in preparation for a career in law through engaging sessions run by lecturers from Roehampton’s law school.
Posted: 21 March 2018