Ready to Study Nutrition? | Sue Reeves and Adele Costabile

Thinking about starting a degree in Nutrition? This blog, written by Sue Reeves and Adele Costabile of the School of Life and Health Sciences, will outline some of the things you can read or listen to as you prepare for university. Nutrition Books Of course, the first book we are going to recommend is ‘The…

A-Z of the University of Roehampton

To help you all get to know your new home and workplace, we’ve put together a handy A-Z of all things Roehampton. A – Alumni Now we know some of you are only just starting your Roehampton journey, but we have some incredible former students that are out there making us proud every single day….

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…

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…

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…

A day in my life at Roehampton | Samantha Paz

Hey, it’s Samantha! I’m in my third and last year of university at Roehampton and in this post I’ll share with you the day in the life of a Journalism student living on-campus. 8:00-9:00 I usually set an alarm but sometimes I will wake up earlier than that to check out my notifications on my…

Healthy & Student-friendly Recipes | Isis De Carvalho Stelmo

It is common sense that to have a healthy lifestyle we have to include fruits and vegetables in our daily diet. Since we are little kids, we hear from our family/relatives: you better eat your veggies if you want to grow stronger! Well, this is true. And not a coincidence that governmental campaigns like the…