Why study atRoehampton?
At Roehampton, we provide a wide range of opportunities for you to get involved, through volunteering, playing sport or music, or joining one of our many active student societies. We also have a beautiful parkland campus, in the heart of south-west London.
As a student, you will have be supported not just by those that teach you, but also by the wide range of staff who will be with you throughout your studies.
We provide health and wellbeing services, financial guidance and support to develop your study skills. You will also have access to careers advice, work placements, paid and voluntary work opportunities and career mentoring.
At Roehampton, we are focused on creating new knowledge and ideas that help us to understand our world and make it a better place. We are ranked the most research-intensive modern university in the UK. Our staff undertake world-class research across all our academic departments. This means that if you join us as a student, you will benefit from being taught by leading thinkers from your first year of study.
A Roehampton study predicting locations of Tiger Sharks will help countries to develop shark management strategies and could protect swimmers from potential attacks.
Dr Robert Busch, Senior Lecturer in Molecular Immunology in the Department of Life Sciences, is working on a two-year project co-funded by the Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society, identifying how vitamin D protects against the disease.
The Before Shakespeare research project, led by Roehampton’s Dr Andy Kesson, has been exploring the origins of London’s commercial theatre, daring which dates back to the mid-sixteenth century.
CRESIDA, Parkstead House, Rm G070
This week in the CRESIDA seminar series, Alex Mielke from the University of Portsmouth is speaking on relational complexity in sooty mangabeys and chimps.