Making a decision about whether to study at university is always easier when you have all the important information at your fingertips.
This page guides you through all the key dates and deadlines you should keep in mind whilst you are applying for our courses at our London, Birmingham or Manchester Centres. You'll also find important information about our course fees and student finance.
Dates and deadlines
3 June 2019
16 September 2019
Week commencing 10 June 2019
23 September 2019
Course start date
17 June 2019
30 September 2019
You will receive information about your enrolment date and time via email shortly before you arrive. This will be sent to the email you used when applying to the university.
To help you understand and best plan your time with us, we have published our October 2018 academic calendar below:
What to expect
01 October 2018 – 10 December 2018
Week commencing 12 November 2018
Independent study week
17 December 2018 – 28 December 2018
31 December 2018 – 11 January 2019
14 January 2019 – 30 March 2019
Week commencing 25 February 2019
Independent study week
01 April 2019 – 19 April 2019
22 April 2019 – 24 May 2019
Evening and weekend study
One of our study options available for UK and EU nationals studying at our Centres includes evenings and weekends. This study option offers exactly the same level of student support and the ability to balance your full-time studies with your personal life. The dates and fees on this page are all applicable to full-time evening and weekend study.
If you decide to study evening and weekends, you can expect to have two nights of classes per week, and a full-day class at a weekend.
These are typically:
5.45pm – 9pm: Monday and Wednesday
9.30am – 4.30pm: Saturday
You will receive your actual timetable once you enrol.
Fees for 2019/20
Finances are an important consideration for students. A variety of funding is available for students based on your individual circumstances.
The tuition fees for all undergraduate programmes at the University of Roehampton Centres are £9,250 per annum. This is a fixed cost for each year of study.
Your tuition fees contribute to the resources, staff contact time and support services that we provide.
Please visit the course pages for the additional costs you can expect for your chosen course.
It’s important to note that your course fees cover registration costs, teaching for the course and access to the learning resources of our Centres and Student Support Services.
They do not include the cost of course books, stationery and photocopying/printing costs, accommodation, living costs, travel, hobbies, sports or other leisure activities.
Any additional costs associated with the programme are detailed on the course pages.
In addition to your university tuition fees, you will also have to cover your living costs. This will vary depending on your choice of location, accommodation, and your lifestyle. Below provides a rough guide of estimated living costs: