Get Involved

The below gives an idea of the type of support available to students, but we aim to be flexible and meet the needs of our school and college partners. All sessions can be delivered on the University of Roehampton campus or at your location, but must be booked directly by a representative from a school or college.

All sessions can also be provided in a recorded format or presented live via webinar to school groups. The team are happy to discuss options and provide technical support.

To get in touch and find out more please email

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Starting University in January

Our ‘Starting University in January’ session can provide an insight into the application process, student experience and academic life for students looking to study at Roehampton from January.

This session will be particularly useful for students receiving their qualifications between September and December or those still considering option of higher education after receiving results earlier in the year.

Taster Lectures

Taster Lectures are an exciting, engaging and interactive way to give your students a taste of academic life at university. Delivered by University of Roehampton academics or Postgraduate students, example subject areas include: Business Management, Classical Civilisation, Education Policy and Psychology. 

Designed for Years 10-13

Our taster lecturers can currently offer virtual sessions, both live with students and in recorded format.

Choosing the Right University for you

Our Choosing the Right University for You Presentation, gives students considering university the tips and research tools they need to understand the differences between universities, so that they can choose an institution where they will be happy and successful.

Designed for Years 12-13

Choosing the Right Course for You

Our Choosing the Right Course for You Presentation gives students considering university the tips and research tools they need to choose the right university course for their interests, ambitions and skill set. This can be easily combined with our ‘Choosing the Right University for You’ presentation.

Designed for Years 12-13

How to Apply to University

The process of applying to university can sometimes appear confusing. This presentation separates fact from fiction and lays all the processes and steps out very clearly and concisely so that leaners considering university level study can feel confident about the application process.

Designed for Years 12-13

Personal Statement Workshops

The idea of writing a personal statement can be daunting to some students, especially when it feels like there is so much riding on it. This workshop demystifies the Personal Statement and its purpose, gives students a clear structure to work to, supports them to think about their achievements and interests and gives them top tips as well as pitfalls to avoid. This session is great for students at all stages of writing their statement.

Designed for Years 12-13

Student Finance and Budgeting Workshops

Some of the ‘headline’ figures around the costs of going to university risk putting off some students. Our Student Finance and Budgeting Workshops separate fact from fiction and put their minds at rest when it comes to Student Finance at university. This workshop passes on information about what money they might be eligible for and teaches them the skills they need to balance a budget whilst studying.

Designed for Years 12-13

EPQ Support

In partnership with colleagues in our brand-new library, we offer support to students studying the Extended Project Qualification. This includes advice on research skills, how to reference and writing up. This session take place at the University of Roehampton library and allows students reference only access to our library catalogue.

Designed for Years 12-13

Late Applicant Support

For those applying after the 15 January UCAS deadline we are here to offer reassurance that it is still possible to go to university that year. We demystify the process, explain how they can find out which universities are still taking applications, and discuss how to write an effective Personal Statement when time is short.

Designed for Year 13

Support with Clearing and Adjustment

On Results Day we can come to your school or college to support students entering Clearing and Adjustment, including making conditional offers to study at the University of Roehampton on the spot in real-time. This is a fantastic opportunity that will support students who just missed out on their intended university choices.

Designed for Year 13

Why go to University?

This session is designed to discuss with younger students some of the reasons why they might want to consider university level study and the benefits of going to university.

Designed for Years 7-11

Next Steps

Our Next Steps presentation prepares students in Years 10 and 11 to start thinking about moving on to post-16 education. The session supports them with decision making around what type of post-16 education might be right for them including qualification and subject choice.

Designed for Years 10-11

Time Management, Study Skills and Stress Management Workshops

Developed in partnership with our academic learning advisers and wellbeing team, we support students to develop their revision and memory skills in preparation for exams. We review methods to manage their time and teach the biological reason for stress and strategies to manage it.

Designed for Years 7-13

On Campus Visits

We look forward to welcoming school and college visits to our beautiful campus in the near future when safe to do so. Content from visits to the University of Roehampton campus can now be delivered virtually via recorded sessions or live sessions as required. Please contact us for more details.

Roehampton Life Days (Years 7-11)

Taking place virtually, our Roehampton Life Days represent an opportunity for both partner and non-partner schools and colleges to engage with University of Roehampton students, staff, societies and more. Available to KS3 and KS4 students, with sessions including:

  • Students’ Union
  • Virtual campus tour
  • Student Ambassador Q&A
  • Student Life and Societies

Teacher Reference Workshops

We offer support to staff in schools who have responsibility for writing teacher references for their students who are applying to university. We discuss standard formats, information to include and dos and don’ts. We also offer guidance on how to support those applying to university.