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Applying to Roehampton University
- Entry Requirements:
144-159 UCAS Points
Average range for Roehampton University entry requirements. Varies depending on the course.
- TEF Rating
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Roehampton University Reputation
The University of Roehampton is located in South West London, Wadsworth. The reputation for teaching has been recognised with a Bronze rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework. 10,205 students are enrolled at the University of Roehampton:
- 9,150 of these students come from the UK
- 410 come from other EU countries
- And 640 are students from non-EU countries.
(Source: HESA 2016/17)
The graduate outcomes for the University of Roehampton show that six months after leaving university, 94% of graduates are in work or further study. The average graduate salary six months after leaving the University of Roehampton, is £21,000 a year.
(Source: DLHE Survey 2016)
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Although we are living in a democratic society where freedom of speak is basic human rights, some of you went out of your way to express your very negative perceptions of this University. Come on people. I have had some serious challenges during my studies that kept me from completing the programme, and the staff has been very helpful supporting throughout those challenging times. There are more positives than negatives about the staff members of the university or the organisation as a whole.
Pro: Lecturers and departments are fantastic! Nice facilities and a green campus. Cons: The university administration is abhorrent!!! They are extremely disorganised - enrollment is always late, payment of loans/bursary is late, response time can be up to a week (if ever!), and class registration on moodle isn't available until past the first week of class. International students should be weary of courses longer than a year as year-to-year tuition increases can go up drastically! While they state to expect a 3-5% increase, my last year went up 10% with no explanation.
The Roehampton online degrees almost seems like a scam. Worst University, staff and faculty. Technology is faulty and feedback is ridiculously late and your work is likely not even graded by the profs. Save your money and go elsewhere.
Roehampton is the biggest mistake of my life. I thought I was going to a learning environment who took me as an individual student serisouly. Feedback on assignments have consisted of a sentence full of spelling mistakes. Tutors have often been more interested in chit chatting than actually teaching. Admin and support has been the most horrible I've ever experienced. When I graduated this spring, I could not even get a transcript with my grades on before June without paying a fee and waiting 3 weeks. Way to help me on my way to applying for master programs! Honestly I never write reviews, but I am just so angry for all the s*** I've had to endure at this university. Some aspects are really really good, but overal; would NOT recommend it to anyone who are serious about their studies.
Student union and careers service were friendly,overall great. The internet for mobiles... well it cuts out a lot walking around the campus. Society wise there is very few now that I'm comparing to other unis. There is a student union cafe is good. Dont let the wonderfully greenery images fool you on their website though... during 11/12 months of the year it looks pretty grim.
My first year at Roehampton was amazing. The lectures were very interesting and the lecturers helped us to engage in our learning. Obviously, living in London was amazing too. Roehampton is close to all the main London destinations and is a 15 minute bus ride away from Westfield!
Lovely campus, very green. Lots of building work being done at the moment (Jan 2015). Lecturers are very enthusiastic and very easy to talk to. If in any doubt, I feel comfortable talking to them.
Expensive to live as it's in London. Accommodation is poor, with very bad WiFi.