8 Ways Psychology Students Made Their Course Even Better

Here’s 8 ways Psychology students have worked with their School, using course feedback and student representatives, to make their course even better. 1. Too many assessments? Where appropriate, the number of assessments has been reduced to two per module. 2. Deadlines too close together? Assessment deadlines are now spread across the year and no coursework…

Chuchu Nwagu | Alumni Stories

Chuchu Nwagu graduated from Roehampton in 2017, and then spent two years as a sabbatical officer in the Roehampton Students’ Union. Since then, he has embarked on an exciting career in theatre production,  including work on The Wiz, Dreamgirls and Get Up, Stand Up. We recently caught up with Chuchu to talk about his time…

Sean Furey | Alumni Stories

  Sean Furey graduated from Roehampton in 2006. Since then, he has worked within the marketing industry, travelled around the world and has written and published his first book. We recently caught up with Sean to talk about his time at Roehampton and his plans for the future, as part of our Alumni Stories series:…

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…

Working with The Brilliant Club | Ella Muir

Ella Muir is a techne-funded doctoral candidate at the University of Roehampton, researching the clothing created for, worn by, and observed on the Queens of England and France during the reign of François Ier. Here, she writes about her experience of doing a teaching placement with the Brilliant Club… I began my work with The Brilliant Club…

Hollie Abbott | Alumni Stories

Hollie Abbott graduated from Roehampton in 2013. Since then, she has gone on to work a number of roles in TV Production and recently became Director of Development for Boom Cymru.  She caught up with us about her time at Roehampton and offered some valuable advice for current students, 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…

A Reflection on the Knowledge Exchange Centre launch | Mark Wilson

Mark Wilson is a Roehampton history PhD student. His research focuses on the intersection of printed propaganda and political thought at the time of Parliament in the 1570s and early 1580s. In this blog, he reflects on the launch of The School of Humanities and Social Sciences Research and Knowledge Exchange Centres launch event, in…

Iso Neville | Alumni Stories

Iso Neville graduated from Roehampton in 2019. Since then, she has gone on to work in communications for both The Church of England and within the art industry.  She recently visited us on campus to talk about her time at Roehampton and her career goals, as part of our Alumni Stories series.

5 Tips to Reduce the Risk of Drink Spiking | Samantha Paz

There have been many alarming reports of drink spiking since clubs and pubs reopened across the UK. According to National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) statistics, 250 reports of drink spiking were reported in England and Wales,  between September and November. The subject has been covered in both national media and widely across social media, with…

January 2022 Graduation | What do you need to know?

Our winter graduation is fast approaching with ceremonies due to be held on 20th January 2022 at the Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre in Central London and we in the Graduation Team hope that you will join us there! Where is the Royal Festival Hall? Graduation is an exciting event in most students lives and…