University of Roehampton, London School of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

The University of Roehampton has a core purpose, to change lives by helping students develop the confidence, knowledge, and adaptability they need for a successful graduate career and fulfilling life. Our purpose guides our approach to delivering excellent teaching and world-class research.

Roehampton has a history in education, that dates back over 175 years and we pride ourselves in being an inclusive and diverse University, supporting UK and International students to succeed. We currently have over 10,000 students studying with us from over 30 different countries.

Our south-west London campus, is within easy reach of central London. It has superb facilities, including state-of-the-art specialist teaching facilities, a diverse range of social spaces and a world-class library and media centre.

Studying and working with us gives our students and staff the best of both worlds: the friendly community feel of a traditional university campus, and the energy, culture and connections of one of the greatest cities in the world.

We work in partnership with students every step of the way. We are proud that our graduates are distinctive and highly employable. They are agents of social change who make a real difference in the world. We place engagement, collaboration, and partnership working at the heart of everything we do, researching and innovating to tackle some of the biggest global challenges, ranging from energy and health to security and sustainability.

Our research and innovation address societal and economic challenges, with researchers working across disciplines to benefit businesses, communities, and policy makers. Valuable contributions are made to many aspects of the economy, the environment, culture, and wider health and well-being.

We have 5 Schools at the University – The School of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, The School of Business, The School of Education, The School of Life and Health Sciences, The School of Psychology.