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…

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…

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…

4 reasons to love Whitelands

Whether you will be here on Whitelands to study or live (or both), there are so many great things about being at Whitelands College for you to enjoy and experience during your time here at Roehampton. 1. We have amazing study spaces As a student, there will be some points during your degree where you…