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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.

We have an excellent research profile, with some of the most highly-regarded academic departments in the UK. Two-thirds of our research has been officially judged either 'world leading' or 'internationally excellent' and we are ranked the most research-intensive modern university in the country.

We have a series of upcoming events that will give you the opportunity to find out more about postgraduate study with us.

 

Date*EventLocation*Booking
8 February 2017 Arts & Play Therapies Open Afternoon Whitelands College Book now
8 February 2017 Postgraduate Open Evening Southlands College Book now
17 May 2017 Postgraduate Open Evening Southlands College Available soon
27 May 2017 PGCE Open Afternoon Digby Stuart College Available soon

*These dates and locations may be subject to change 

 

Postgraduate Open Evenings

Our Postgraduate Open Evenings give you the chance to find out about all the postgraduate courses that we offer, as well as speak to our support staff about topics such as making an application, accommodation and student finance. You can also meet some of our current students who will tell you about their experiences of studying at Roehampton and show you around our facilities. Below is a provisional itinerary for our Postgraduate Open Evening.

Time Activity Location
5pm onward Registration Queen's Building
Southlands College
University of Roehampton
London
SW15 5PU
5.00pm - 7.30pm Information Fair
An opportunity to speak to academic staff about your course of interest. Support staff from across the University will also be on hand to help with questions about applying to the University, funding, accommodation and more
5.00pm - 7.00pm

Campus Tours
One of our student ambassadors will show you the facilities of our beautiful parkland campus

5.15pm - 6.40pm Introductory Talk: Postgraduate Study at Roehampton
Three chances to hear a short talk on aspects of student life at Roehampton including  funding, admissions and careers. See programme for details and timings. 
6.00pm - 6.30pm PGCE Presentations / Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy Presentation
An opportunity to find out more about our PGCE Primary and PGCE Secondary programmes
7.30pm Event Closes

 

Arts and Play Therapies Open Afternoons

Our Arts and Play Therapies Open Afternoons give you the chance to gain relevant information about applying and training as an arts or play therapist at the University of Roehampton. You will also have the opportunity to meet staff and current students and explore the facilities at our Whitelands College, based at the edge of Richmond Park.

The afternoon typically includes:

  • An introductory talk with information about the range of courses on offer. The Masters programmes offered are: Dramatherapy, Dance Movement Psychotherapy, Music Therapy, Art Psychotherapy and Play Therapy.
  • The opportunity to meet the programme convenor for your specific programme of interest.
  • A tour of the facilities with current students.

Booking for this event will open in late November. Check back for further information.

PGCE Open Afternoons

The afternoons are aimed at PGCE applicants and offer holders, and is a chance to see at first hand what it’s like to train as a teacher at Roehampton.  Attendees for our secondary programmes will spend a period observing lectures, as well as having the chance to meet and talk to academic staff from their subject area.   

In September another open afternoon for primary and secondary will take place – please check back soon for the date and time.

 

Travelling to campus

We would strongly advise you travel by public transport wherever possible. The nearest station is Barnes, from which it is about 15 minutes' walk from the campus, or take the number 72 or 265 bus which stops at the University main entrance.  Plan your journey using: www.nationalrail.co.uk.  If you have a disability or accessibility issue that means you need to travel by car please contact us by email on [email protected] to make arrangements.

For more information on any of these events please email [email protected]