University of Roehampton sets itself apart from other London institutions in many ways. In terms of its location, it is the only campus university in London and is ranked number one among London universities for environment and surroundings according to Times Higher Education.
Roehampton is also ranked number one in London for employability with 92% of its students in work or further education 6 months after graduation. It has one of the most diverse student populations in the UK with 9,000 students from more than 133 countries.
The University has a long and prestigious history based on the Oxbridge model of Colleges dating back to 1841. The four Colleges of Froebel, Whitelands, Digby Stuart and Southlands offer close-knit community atmospheres for their members. The Colleges were also among the first colleges of higher education in the country to admit women.
The most popular programmes at Roehampton include Management, MBA, Marketing, Information Systems, Education, International Relations, English Literature and Sports Science. Roehampton University is home to Crucible, a £4.5-million centre of excellence in human rights, social justice and citizenship.
The University offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Lectures are given by committed academic staff passionate about their subjects and also by visiting lecturers who work in a wide range of organisations from multi-national businesses and in London’s creative industries.