The University of Roehampton is made up of four colleges and has its campus spread over three sites in leafy Roehampton, London. It has over 12,500 students each year.
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The main things you need to know about studying at the Roehampton University.
The University of Roehampton ranks in the top 1000 in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings of 2021.
The University of Roehampton ‘is consistently ranked as the top new university in London for graduate employability,’ The university has established a £1000 fund to support students and businesses during COVID and has an Employer Portal to advertise jobs on as well.
The tuition fees vary by course but average around £9250 for UK and EU Students (as of 2020) and £13,145 for International/EU students (2021). A list of courses with specific fees can be found here.
The University offers 18 different scholarships and bursaries for UK and EU students, from a Student Hardship fund to a 20% tuition fee discount. For International students, there are 7 further scholarship and bursary opportunities which can be found here.
The University of Roehampton is currently offering a 20% discount on accommodation prices due to the challenging times for students starting in January 2021. The University has four colleges offering accommodation which are Digby Stuard, Froebel, Southlands, and Whitelands. Each offers rooms for first year undergraduates which can be found here.
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The Students’ Union offers 46 societies and several different sporting opportunities including 22 clubs. The union also offers a recently launched eSport scholarship for students of any course!
Notable Alumni include Darran Shan, Joey Barton and Dame Jacqueline Wilson was appointed Chancellor in 2014.
The University announced on the 12th October 2020 that it had extended a partnership with Santander for three more years in order to support students in terms of internships, funding and bursaries!
"Don’t worry, London students; London is far better than the terrible clubs you visited during Fresher’s Week. Away from the Tiger Tigers and Zoos there is a whole world of fantastic nightlife and student pubs in London.Even if getting stuck to the floor of The Piccadilly Institute has sworn you off of clubbing for life, the capital offers so much to do. Plus, despite its reputation and what every parent tells you, you can afford to do it all without having to sell a single one of your kidneys, trust me".
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