Based on a beautiful parkland campus, close to Putney and Hammersmith and within easy reach of the West End, we are ranked the best modern university in London according to all three major UK league tables - the Complete University Guide 2016, the Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016 and the Guardian University Guide 2016.
Join us and you’ll become part of a welcoming community of students from across the world and from all types of backgrounds, taught by staff engaged in world-leading research. We offer a personalised academic experience and will help you become the kind of graduate that employers value: a critical thinker, able to adapt to a changing world, and with an ongoing passion for your subject.
With a history dating back 175 years, we have an excellent research profile, with some of the most highly-regarded academic departments in the UK.
Don’t just take our word for it though: come and see for yourself. We run a series of Open Days, which will give you the chance for you to meet our friendly staff, explore our campus and try out our facilities.
Pre-Application Visit Days
Our main Open Days are now over until July but if you are interested in making an application to study here at Roehampton then please book on to one of our Pre-Application Visit Days, which will give you the chance to meet our friendly staff and students plus explore our campus. Key staff will be on hand for you to ask questions and gain relevant information about studying at Roehampton. Your tour of our beautiful campus will include accommodation and student facilities.
Our next main undergraduate open day is on:
Open Day Registration will take place from 9am in Grove House, Froebel College Entrance, University of Roehampton, Roehampton Lane, London, SW15 5PJ. This entrance is on the corner of Roehampton Lane and Clarence Lane.
We regret that there will be very limited parking available on campus on this day for open day visitors. A small number of spaces will be available at Queen Mary Hospital opposite the Roehampton campus, however we would strongly advise you travel by public transport wherever possible. Plan your journey here www.thetrainline.com
If you have a disability or accessibility issue that means you need to travel by car please contact us by email on firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements .
If you or anyone accompanying you has special requirements that could affect your visit, please let us know at least two weeks in advance so that we can make arrangements to ensure that your visit is as comfortable as possible.
For more information please contact our Undergraduate Team:
Tel: 020 8392 3232