Roehampton launches new sustainable engineering programmes

The University of Roehampton London has launched an exciting new range of programmes in the fields of engineering and the built environment, all with sustainability at their core. These innovative programmes will provide training for the next generation of industry professionals, with the green skills to help built environment professionals address the climate emergency and the journey to net zero.

These programmes have been designed to meet the evolving demands of industry, and span higher technical qualifications, undergraduate and degree apprenticeships.  They will equip students with advanced skills and professional knowledge and expertise to enable them to succeed in rapidly evolving sectors that support a greener, more sustainable future.

The programmes will be delivered in a brand new, state-of-the-art facility, equipped to provide students with an immersive and technology-rich learning experience. Among the facilities are engineering and fabrication workshops equipped with the latest machinery and tools, environmental and digital laboratories, flexible teaching spaces that encourage collaboration, design studios fostering creativity, and state-of-the-art computer-aided design (CAD) labs, essential for mastering digital skills.

Dr Richard Keogh, Pro Vice-Chancellor, said: "Our innovative new sustainability focused programmes reflect our commitment to providing students with an education that prepares them for the job opportunities of today, and equips them with skills for the future. With sustainability at their core, our new educational offer in engineering and the built environment will empower our next generation of graduates to make a meaningful impact on the world and to thrive in exciting and growing fields of employment."

The list of programmes launched for 2024 entry is:

Architectural Technology and Construction Management are also offered as Certificate of Higher Education (CertHE) and Diploma of Higher Education (DipHE). These courses allow students to enrol on the first one or two years (respectively) of the degree to provide opportunities for students looking to access Higher Education study, whilst not yet ready to commit to full degrees. Find out more here.

From 2025, the University will also be offering new qualifications in Architecture, Interior Design, Architectural and Environmental Engineering, and Quantity and Building Surveying.

For more information about these exciting new programmes and application details, along with details, please visit our webpages for Sustainable Engineering and Technology