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Postgraduate and Doctoral Open Evening
November 7 @ 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Postgraduate Open Evening, Wednesday November 7th, 5pm – 7.30pm
Our Postgraduate Open Evening is a chance to meet and talk to academic staff from all ten of our academic departments and find out everything you need to know about postgraduate study at Roehampton. You can also meet a range of support staff including careers advisors, admissions and finance specialists. The event includes all our PGCE teacher training courses and offers separate break-out sessions for Primary and Secondary PGCE programmes. With a history dating back 175 years, an excellent research profile and some of the most highly-regarded academic departments in the UK, the University of Roehampton is ranked London’s Most Research Intensive Modern University according to the last Research Excellence Framework.
Life Sciences and Psychology
Roehampton’s Life Sciences and Psychology departments will be welcoming visitors to our Whitelands campus where they teach their programmes. Academic staff from Life Sciences will be based in their labs, while Psychology academics will be available to chat in teaching rooms and there will be presentations for some of their programmes (timings will be sent to you nearer the time). Please arrive at the Whitelands reception from where you will be directed to your programme of interest by a student ambassador.
All Other Departments
The other eight* academic departments will be represented on our main campus. Please arrive at the university’s main entrance on Roehampton Lane and follow signs to registration. (*Business, Education, English & Creative Writing, Dance, Drama, Humanities, Media, Culture & Language, Social Sciences).
How to Get to the Main Campus (SW15 5PU)
The nearest station is Barnes, which is about 15 minutes’ walk from the campus, or take the number 72 or 265 bus from the station and alight at the University main entrance. If you’re driving, you may park on campus after 5pm if you can find a space, otherwise please park in the large pay and display car park of the Queen Mary Hospital directly opposite the university. If you have a blue badge please email email@example.com and we will reserve you a space close to registration.
How to Get to Whitelands Campus (SW15 4JD)
Barnes is the nearest railway station but it’s approximately 30 minutes walk so you may wish to catch the 265 or 72 bus from the station, and alight at Danebury Avenue. From there it’s a five minute walk to Holybourne Avenue. If you’re driving you may park on campus after 5pm if you can find a space, otherwise there is plenty of free parking in the surrounding streets. If you have a blue badge please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will reserve you an on-campus space.