At The University of Roehampton, you will find 10,000 students from more than 140 countries, including UK students. When you join Roehampton, you will be welcomed into a close-knit community of students and staff. You will study a degree that prepares you for your career, taught by academics who are passionate about what they teach and are experts in their fields.
As you study...
At Roehampton, you will have the chance to find new interests and develop your abilities beyond your subject of study. You can play sport and music, join one of many student societies and enjoy the cafés and bars on the beautiful parkland campus.
Offering over 50 student societies to join, including a Vegan Society, LGBTQ+ Society, Esports Society, and a long-running drama group, the Roehampton Players, whose former members include current West End stars. Joining a society will help you build confidence, develop your interests and make new friends.
There are cafés, bars and social spaces across our campus, including the Hive Café, which is run by students and serves produce they make, through our thriving Growhampton initiative. Additionally, the Students' Union has live music, karaoke and regular Friday night club night, The Bop.
Living in London
A city of diversity: Over the last 100 years, London has seen multiple waves of immigration, making this modern city an incredibly diverse place to live. If you take a stroll through London, you can expect to hear 300 languages and dialects, from the Bangladeshi East End to Caribbean South London, to Soho’s Chinatown, some areas are so highly concentrated with one of London’s vibrant minority cultures that you might even feel like you are in a different country!
A renowned tradition: Students enjoy studying in London because of the history, tradition, and reputation. From the grandeur of Westminster Palace and the British Museum to the old, established London universities, the prestige of being a student in London is something many find irresistible.
Large student population: You’re bound to find your crowd because London has one of the largest student populations in Europe. From attending one of London’s 6 Premier League football teams every Saturday, to visiting one of London’s prestigious art galleries, there is always something to take part in.
World-class shopping: Find flagship styles and designs that can’t be found anywhere else in the world. Make sure to visit the vast Westfield and Oxford Street shopping hubs, or you prefer the small independent stores of Camden Market.
Learn English: The ability to speak comfortable, fluent English is a sought after skill that will help you prosper in jobs throughout the world. It is the world’s most popular language and is often the language of many international institutions and businesses.
Whether you prefer to stay in a high-end room, or a more affordable option, there is something for everyone at Roehampton, including flats dedicated to postgraduate students.
Why live on campus?
For international students to build the skills, knowledge, and qualifications that they need for a University degree.
Prepare for university on London's only parkland campus with highly qualified and experienced staff and engaging courses to ensure your continued academic success. The University of Roehampton London offers pre-sessional intensive language courses to help develop academic English language skills.
Students at the University of Roehampton have access to a variety of specialist support services. You will be able to find learning, finance, wellbeing, and careers teams all on-campus and online to support you during your studies.
"I love a challenge, so when I’m doing my assignments and I achieve high results, it gives me motivation. I’m also fortunate to be studying with an amazing group of friends who always support each other. For me, this time on the course is rewarding."
"The government from home recommends the University of Roehampton for my subject. Two of my friends graduated from here and they really enjoyed it. The staff is really friendly and helpful. We work in groups which means I can improve my English really quickly. The teachers help us to improve our general essay writing to help us for our postgraduate study."