The University of Roehampton is one of the UK ‘s newest universities , having only been established in 2004 through the merger of four colleges : Whitelands College, Southlands College, Digby Stuart College and Froebel College. Check howsmb for more universities.
However, their history goes back far into the 19th century, so that today’s modern university can still fall back on traditions and experience.
The University of Roehampton is particularly renowned in the fields of Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences and Human and Life Sciences. She aims to provide students with the skills they need in today’s globalized world on the job market. It is also considered a leader in its category in the field of research.
At the university, the students live and study in a family friendly environment due to the relatively small community. The fact that students from more than 130 different nations complete their studies at the University of Roehampton speaks for the international orientation of the university.
The Times Higher Education’s Annual Student Experience Survey even ranked the university as London’s top choice for ” Good environment on and around campus “, “Good personal relationships with teaching staff” and a few other categories. In addition, the graduate employment rate of 92% is the best among the universities in the city.
- University of Roehampton website for international students
Year of foundation: 2004
Type of university: State university
Number of students: Total 8500, 6700 undergraduate, 1800 postgraduate
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- CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants)
- CMI (Chartered Management Institute)
The academic year at the University of Roehampton is divided into two terms for the Study Abroad Program and the Postgraduate area. The undergraduate academic year is divided into two semesters.
- Academic gap year
- postgraduate studies
- semester abroad
- bachelor’s degree
- Master’s degree
- Other courses
- language courses
- Summer Sessions
The park-like campus of the University of Roehampton is located in south-west London in Zone 3, close to shopping and nightlife and south of the River Thames. It takes about 30 minutes to get to the city center.
It is steeped in history and offers students beautiful surroundings. The main locations are Froebel College, Digby Stuart College and Southlands College; Whitelands College and the Mount Clare campus are a little off the beaten track.
Student accommodation is arranged around the colleges, all of which date back to the 19th century.
- University of Roehampton campus map
International students can live at the University of Roehampton both on and off campus.
The following accommodation options are available:
- student residence
- Private apartments / hotels
The specific availability of the individual accommodation options may vary depending on the study program. Detailed information can be found via the links or in the “free brochure” for the respective program. If you have any questions, we are at your disposal.
The university city of London
London has 7.5 million inhabitants and is the capital of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The city stretches 45 kilometers along the River Thames in south-east England on the island of Great Britain. Because it is in the temperate zone, summers are never too hot, with a few exceptions, and winters are never too cold, with temperatures rarely falling below freezing.
There is so much to see in London, such as the British Museum in Bloomsbury with over six million exhibits or the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square. Other well-known museums and exhibitions include Madame Tussaud’s Waxworks and the National History Museum. One can also visit the residences of the royal family such as St. James’s Palace, where the Prince of Wales lives, or Buckingham Palace with the world-famous ritual of the Changing of the Guard, the Queen’s residence in London.
Interesting buildings are Saint Paul’s Cathedral, the Tower of London or the London Bridge. It stands on the site of the only bridge that crossed the Thames in the city until the late 18th century. The most famous tower is the 98 meter high bell tower with Big Ben, part of the Palace of Westminster, the seat of the English Parliament. Hyde Park is one of the most popular parks in the city with Marble Arch and Speakers’ Corner. It used to be called the “lungs of London”. Nothing really needs to be said about the nightlife and shopping opportunities in the metropolis, there are countless options for every taste.
Degrees/Courses in English – Undergraduate
- Biological Sciences
- Communication and Media Studies
- Computing and Digital Media
- Creative and Performing Arts
- English Language and Literature
- Liberal Arts
- London Studies
- Social Sciences
- Sports, Exercise and Leisure
- Support for Non-native Speakers
Studies/Courses in English – Postgraduate
- Business & Finance
- Computing and Digital Media
- English Literature & Creative Writing
- Human Rights & International Relations
- Media, Communication and Culture