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Roehampton, University of

Roehampton is London’s campus university, located in the south-west of the city, just 30 minutes from the hustle and bustle of the city center. One of the safest in London, the campus is the only one in the city offering first rate facilities for sporting and leisure. Roehampton offers some of the best learning, teaching and working facilities, and a wide range of opportunities for students to get involved, through volunteering, playing sport, or joining one of our many student societies.

University of Roehampton’s open spaces in south-west London provide the best of both worlds. It is also located just a short walk from the beautiful Richmond Park, which boasts almost 2500 acres of woodlands, ponds, gardens and grasslands, as well as around 650 free-roaming deer. The Cycling Road Race during the 2012 Olympics started on The Mall in St James’s Park, close to Buckingham Palace, and then went through Green Park, Richmond Park and Bushy Park.

When you crave a faster pace, central London is at your doorstep. One of the world’s most spectacular cities, London has something for everyone. Whether your passion is food, architecture, music, drama, sport, archaeology or cinema, you will find the world’s best in London.

If you’re looking for a place to meet friends and talk, there are nine different bars, cafes and restaurants on campus, offering a variety of food and drink at affordable prices and late openings. Home away from home, University of Roehampton has 1,200 international students from countries as varied as Ecuador, Japan, Norway, Sri Lanka, Turkey and Australia.

The international students on Roehampton’s campuses enrich the learning and social experience for other international students as well as for students from the UK. Most international students live on campus in one of our four Colleges, enjoying the close proximity to their classes and making friends with fellow residents.

You can expect to experience the following if you choose to attend the University of Roehampton for your UK Study program:

Orientation

The University of Roehampton is London's campus university. It is situated on 54 acres of parkland, lakes and woodland in inner London and only 6 miles from the London’s Theater District. You will be joining a student community of more than 9,000 students from more than 140 countries. Study abroad students benefit from additional international support services such as airport meet and greets, accommodation check in support, specialized international welcome orientation and activities and more to help you settle into your study abroad experience. Additionally, you’ll get to explore London as part of the Welcome orientation through an open-top bus tour and a photo scavenger hunt with fellow study abroad students.

Campus Life

The student union is responsible for running over 60 sports and society clubs for students, including study abroad, to get involved with. This is a perfect opportunity to meet students outside of your classes and residence halls. Additionally, the International Office runs a Study Abroad Social Program, which gives you the opportunity to explore not only London but also famous sites throughout the UK at a discounted price.

Academics

Study abroad students are taught alongside British students enrolled on full degree courses across 4 colleges. Study abroad students can also take special London studies classes, which uses London as the classroom, giving you the opportunity to see, learn and explore the city in more depth than the average student. UK universities expect students to self-manage their time between lectures, tutorials and independent study hours. Additional support services are available for study abroad students to help you adjust to the UK higher education system and be successful in your study abroad.

Accommodation

Study abroad students are guaranteed housing with all our UK university partners. Typically, study abroad students are integrated and mixed with British, European and other international students. Because Roehampton is a campus university with easy access to everything you need either on or very near campus, most of your meals will be made with your flat mates, giving you an easy and natural way to make friends. Living in University housing is a great way to meet new people from around the world and develop life-long relationships and fantastic travel partners! 

The requirements to study abroad in the UK and apply to the program of your choice are straight forward. In order to proceed with an application you need to make sure you have the following information:

  • Academic Reference
  • Personal Statement
  • Official Transcript
  • You will need to have at least a 2.8/4.0 GPA

An Across The Pond Advisor can help you with your research and application. Want to find out more? Speak to an Advisor today.

Dates

  • Fall Term: September to December (Application deadline: May 31)
  • Spring Term: January to  May (Application deadline: October 31)
  • Full Year: September to May (Application deadline: May 31)

2017/2018 Tuition Fees

  • Fall Term: £6,500
  • Spring Term: £6,500
  • Full Year: £13,000

2017/2018 Accommodation Fees (Average)

  • £100-150 per week

All of our UK university partners offer accommodation for study abroad students, provided you apply by the deadline. Prices will vary depending on location, style and length of stay, so please speak with an advisor directly.

Student Life at the University of Roehampton

University of Roehampton

London Calling!

If you’ve been looking and waiting for an inexpensive program that gets you academic credit and the chance to explore Europe in the summer sunshine, then here it is! Summer study abroads offer all the same benefits of a semester program including academic credit, specialized international student orientation, social programming and on campus accommodation, but you have the start date and length of program flexibility you need to accommodate your budget and busy summer schedule.

This year two of our London partners will be offering Summer courses, King’s College London and the University of Roehampton. Both universities offer two sessions starting in June and July that last approximately 4 weeks in length. You have the option of taking one session or combining sessions for an even longer summer abroad. Courses vary by session and university so please talk to your advisor about what you are interested in taking.

Interested in spending the Summer in London? Applications are open now and we strongly encourage you to apply as soon as possible as Summer spots are limited. Speak to an Across The Pond advisor today or check out our Three Easy Steps to Studying Abroad this Summer blog post!

Scholarship for Diversity in Study Abroad

The University of Roehampton, the most research intensive modern university in the UK, is launching twenty new scholarships worth £1500 each for Spring 2017 and Autumn 2017 study abroad semesters. Intended to support diversity in Study Abroad, they will continue the heritage of supporting under-represented groups into higher education.

For more information including eligibility criteria, application details and scholarship conditions please contact your Across The Pond study abroad advisor today. If you do not have an advisor, please Get in touch with us now. 

London Summer Programs Now Open!

Want to spend the summer in London? Of course you do!  Across The Pond works with two London based UK universities offering you a wide range of academic and experiential summer options.

King’s College London is located in the heart of London, a true urban-based campus, and is one of the oldest and largest colleges of the University of London system with an exceptional reputation for teaching and research. King’s runs one of the largest study abroad programs in the UK, welcoming nearly 1000 North Americans alone each year. If you are looking for true city living, an exciting high-paced lifestyle and strong academics, then King’s is perfect for you.

King’s offers two Summer sessions, from end of June to mid July and end of July to early August. Applications for all sessions are due in May so speak to an Across The Pond advisor today (link to enquiry form) if you would like to apply for Summer 2016.

The University of Roehampton is located in South West London, and you can get to Big Ben from your dorm room via the train in less than 30 minutes. It is a modern, campus-based university with lots of green space, trees and a small pond. Roehampton is the perfect balance for those wanting to live in London but slightly further out and on more of a self-contained campus with an active student body where everything you need is within walking distance.

Roehampton offers two Summer sessions, from early June to early July and late June to end of July. Applications for all sessions are due early April, so speak to an Across The Pond advisor today if you would like to apply for Summer 2016.