Luke Barrett | Alumni Stories

Luke Barrett studied BA Spanish and Translation at Roehampton and graduated in 2009, and then went on to complete an MA in Audio Visual Translation in 2010. Since then, he has worked in a variety of roles across subtitling and media accessibility, and is now a Live Subtitling Manager at Sky working on live news,…

Sustainable Studying | 5 tips to keep you motivated | Bells Hann

Studying takes up a lot of time. An undergraduate degree is usually at least three years from start to end. Some people begin with a foundation year and others may continue to study a master’s degree and complete a PhD. I’m two years into my four-year degree (I did a foundation year, and I’m grateful…

The Bystander Intervention Team | Spotlight

The Bystander Intervention Team is there to support the Roehampton community by supporting students that may have been affected by sexual harassment/assault. The Bystanders also provide wellbeing and welfare support to event attendees by working closely with our security and medical team. The Bystanders work alongside the Roehampton Students’ Union events team to provide a…

Four Colleges. One University.

The University of Roehampton is comprised of four colleges and is therefore a collegiate university, one of only twelve in the UK and eighty worldwide. When joining Roehampton, you will quickly discover that college pride is a massive part of campus life, complete with rivalries, chants and events. An easy way to think about the…

15 must-visit parks near Roehampton

Have you ever wondered just how many green open-spaces are nearby to Roehampton? If so, this is the blog for you. We’ve put together a list of 15 parks that are perfect for getting in your 10k steps a day. We’ve tried to keep all of the parks within walking distance of campus, but some…

What is Sustainable Economics?

In this blog Molly Scott Cato, Professor of Green Economics at the University of Roehampton, discusses how a new master’s degree can inform sustainable citizens and support the sustainability transition of our economy. The world’s leaders agree that the climate crisis is the most important issue facing humanity. Yet there is little discussion about how…

Rhiannon Lambert | Alumni Stories

Rhiannon Lambert graduated from her BSc in Nutrition and Health in 2014 and her MSc in Obesity: Risks and Prevention in 2016. Since graduating she has gone on to set up her own Nutrition Clinic, alongside becoming a Sunday Times bestselling author and also the host of Food For Thought- a nutrition, health and wellness…

5 pieces of advice for the mature student | Sasher Robinson

Written by Sasher Robinson, BA Media, Culture and Identity with Journalism. As I sat down with a much needed glass of Moscato to watch the first episode of “And Just Like That”, my immediate reaction was “omg, look how old they look!”. I instantly scolded myself for my ageist brain farts and in no time…

Nursing | How to make every clinical placement a success

For Year 1 student nurses, the clinical practice placement must be the most discussed topic. People are feeling excited and anxious in equal measure. Whether you have been in a practice environment before or not, you will never really know what to expect – make no mistakes there! Although no placement is equal to another,…

Jonas Kontautas | Alumni Stories

Jonas Kontautas studied Journalism and News Media with Photography at Roehampton and graduated in 2014. Since then, he has worked in a variety of roles across the university, and is now Head of Creative at Resolve and the British Esports Association. He recently caught up with us about his time at Roehampton as part of…

Pallavi Mallick | Alumni Stories

Pallavi Mallick studied at Roehampton for an MA in Special and Inclusive Education and graduated in 2012. Since then, Pallavi has worked internationally as a SENCo and Head of Inclusion in Dubai. She recently caught up with us about her time at Roehampton, and offered some priceless advice to current students, as part of our…

Joanna Briggs | Alumni Stories

Joanna Briggs graduated from Roehampton in 2017, and was then elected to the role of Vice-President of Education in the Roehampton Students’ Union. Since then, Joanna has gone on to work in the finance industry, alongside founding her own Social Enterprise: What Matters CIC. She recently caught up with us about her time at Roehampton,…