Deciding to study at university, potentially after a break from full-time education, is a big step for anybody, which is why we have a range of support services in place to ensure you are able to achieve your goals.
Although not just for mature students, extended degrees are four-year programmes which provide an additional 'foundation' year at the start, giving you the skills you need to ensure you are equipped to successfully complete your chosen degree.
Extended degrees at Roehampton are a great option if you don't have traditional qualifications or do not meet the requirements to go straight onto a three-year undergraduate degree. We welcome applications from students of all ages and backgrounds who would relish the opportunity to attend university and have the drive to succeed.
You can find out more about our extended degrees here.
Our Admissions Team are dedicated to supporting all prospective students during the application process to Roehampton. They are experts in a wide range of qualifications, and will be able to support you and answer your questions, whether you’re still in school or college or if you’ve been out of full-time education for years.
You can find details of how to apply for one of our courses here.
You can contact our Admissions Team on email@example.com or 0208 392 3314.
We offer a range of financial support, including generous scholarships, a Student Hardship Fund for those in financial difficulty, access to undergraduate and postgraduate student loans and personal advice on budgeting. You can find out more about the support available here.
Our accommodation options are varied, and there is something to suit everyone and every budget. We have a dedicated accommodation team, who can help you find what you want on campus and provide advice and support. You can find out more about the options available here.
If you want to live on campus with other mature students you should let us know via the free text box when you apply for accommodation, so we can do our best to house you with other mature students.
We can also offer you the option to live with other students who have an interest in quieter accommodation, just let us know on your application.
You can contact our Accommodation Team on firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 8392 3166.
As a mature student you may be returning to full-time education after some time away. To support you during your time at Roehampton we provide a range of study support services, including a dedicated Academic Guidance Tutor, extensive online resources and supportive staff who will help you gain the skills you need to need to do well in your degree.
You can find out more about study support here.
Going to university can be an exciting and rewarding time, but we know there may be times that you may need support.
Our Wellbeing Team are able to offer you confidential emotional support, talk through personal matters or provide you with recommendations for external advice. You can find out more about the options available here.
At Roehampton we welcome students with disabilities and offer flexible support services tailored to you individual needs.
You can contact our Disability Services Team on email@example.com or 020 8392 3636.
You can contact our Dyslexia Services Team on firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 8392 3860.
Mature Students Officer
The Roehampton Students’ Union has a part time Mature Students Officer. This officer is elected to represent and speak for mature students at Roehampton and welcome them to the community.
You can contact the Mature Students Officer at email@example.com.