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…

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,…

Jennifer Hurley | Alumni Stories

Jennifer Hurley graduated from Roehampton in 2005, and returned to do a masters in Biodiversity and Conservation which she graduated from in 2009. Since then, Jennifer has gone on to work for London Zoo and the Institute of Zoology, before joining the civil service working on policy for biodiversity, air quality, climate change and currently…

Megan Griffiths | Alumni Stories

Megan Griffiths graduated with a first class honours degree in Primary Education from Roehampton in 2017, with the teaching of English as her curriculum specialism. We caught up with her to reflect on her time at Roehampton and see how she is doing now: “I decided on becoming a teacher in my first year of…

Anant Naik | Alumni Stories

Anant Naik graduated from Roehampton in 2009 and then went on to work for the Roehampton Students’ Union for two years as a sabbatical officer. Since then, he has gone on to work in a number of roles within the charity and not-for-profit sector, including his current role as Head of Marketing and Communications at…

Henry Chard | Alumni Stories

Henry Chard graduated from Roehampton in 2013. Since then, he has gone on to work for Sky Sports, Fulham Football Club and Ipswich Speedway.  He recently caught up with us about his time at Roehampton, including the valuable skills he gained as manager of the Digby Lions football team, as part of our Alumni Stories…

“Dear first-year me…”

With the beginning of a new academic year rolling in next month and many new students getting ready to join us at the University of Roehampton, we asked our current students what they would say to their first-year selves. We hope that their advice might be helpful for our new students preparing for their first…

Hey Tim, it’s David here | A letter from a former student

Roehampton student David Driver-Gomm has just finished his Creative Writing degree and found a great job using the skills he acquired on the course. David has given us permission to share the thank-you letter he wrote to Dr Tim Atkins, his course convenor, below. Hey Tim It’s David here. Now the degree’s pretty much done,…

Digital Skills Programme | Summer Term Programme

  The Digital Skills Programme is a series of completely free short courses offering 4-day intensives so you can learn the skills graduate employers are looking for. Open to all students and 2020 alumni, this active learning programme will provide you with a competitive edge ready to enter the graduate job market. These sessions will…

Graduating during a recession | Claire Johnson | Alumni

This is a turbulent and uncertain time to complete your degree. Our alumna, Claire Johnson, had a similar experience when she graduated with a BA in Nutrition and Health in 2009 during a recession. Recently we caught up with Claire to see what advice she had for current graduates. You graduated during a recession, which…

Hal Davidson | Our Graduates

Hal Davidson is a 2017 graduate from BA English Language and Linguistics. Recently we caught up with him to talk about his career and experience since completing university. What did your first year out of university looked like? During my third year I was working part time as a lifeguard, a football coach, and as…