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Wired for leadership: how an MBA can boost your career
The Student Engineer caught up with Parthiban Devanathan, MBA graduate and lead principal electrical engineer at WorleyParsons, an Australian engineering firm with operations across the globe. In the Q&A, Parthiban shares how his MBA impacted his career as an engineer and his leadership skills.
The Engineer, July 31, 2017


Creating a culture of learning to drive innovation in business
Now, more than ever, leaders are faced with the challenge of innovating their approach to running a business, and demonstrating their flexibility and ability to operate in unpredictable circumstances. Dr Kieran Mervyn, faculty member for Roehampton’s online management programmes, shares how creating a culture of learning allows for businesses and employees to flourish.
Association of MBAs, April 19, 2017

My Experience Of Online Studying
Paula Barnes’ personal life and professional experiences as a nurse and teacher opened her mind to the various facets of human behaviour manifested in different personalities. When the opportunity presented itself, she decided to formalise her understanding of this area. The MSc in Psychology student shares her Roehampton Online experience.
Postgraduate Search, April 10, 2017


Natalie McGuinness: My Roehampton online experience
Natalie McGuinness always knew she was destined to teach but didn’t realise how much she would embrace it until she saw how fast-moving the delivery of education was becoming. The MA in Technology and Learning Design student shares her Roehampton Online experience.
Education Technology and University Business, March 27, 2017



University of Roehampton student deepens learning online
Learning is very important to MBA student Seth Nwughala, who already has three degrees including two master’s. His goal is to add more value to his work and employers and eventually open his own business to create jobs in local communities.
BusinessDay (online), December 13, 2016, and (print) December 20, 2016


University of Roehampton’s Online MSc in Psychology Receives Accreditation from the British Psychological Society
The Nation, November 24, 2016
National Mirror, November 24, 2016
ThisDay (and print), November 16, 2016
Lagos State News, November 16, 2016
Business Day (print only), November 15, 2016
Vanguard, November 11, 2016


Reaching Out to the Unbanked Population.
In ThisDay Live, Oluchi Anih, an MSc in Information Systems Management graduate, shares her Roehampton Online experience and how her degree is helping her address technological issues within Nigeria’s banking sector.
ThisDay Live, October 13, 2016


The demands on start-up enterprises.
In a contributed article by Dr. Peter Atorough, faculty member in the MSc in Project Management programme, benefits of sound project management practices are explored regardless of start-up size or stage of success.
BusinessDay, September 20, 2016

Online education takes wings in Oman.
Saleh Salim al Kindi, a MSc in Project Management graduate and Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) employee, shares his Roehampton Online experience with Muscat Daily.
Muscat Daily, September 4, 2016


The University of Roehampton, London Online celebrates graduates.
ThisDay, August 23, 2016
The Nation (print only), August 18, 2016
BusinessDay (print only), August 16, 2016
Vanguard, August 11, 2016


Engagement a vital component for online curriculum (print version page 30).
Empowered by his new leadership skills, MSc in Information Systems Management student Isaac Bankole, reached out to his fellow students located nearby in Nigeria and formed a regular study group.
BusinessDay, July 18, 2016

Acquiring knowledge for better living with ease.
Nigerian-born Ahmed Ojeifo, a Masters in Project Management graduate, shares how he hopes to use the skills gained through his Roehampton Online degree to tackle the power shortages experienced by local communities in his home country.
This Day, July 1, 2016


Project management insights: The difference between success and failure for SMEs.
Dr Kieran Mervyn, faculty member in the online MBA program, explores the entrepreneur and SME landscape in the GCC region in this contributed article, and the benefits of expanding your skillset to ensure the success of your business and to help you capitalise on every opportunity that comes your way.
Gulf Elite, June 25, 2016.

James is a master of online learning.
James Oghenovo, a Master of Public Health (MPH) student from Nigeria living in the UK, shares his experience enrolling on an online programme to enhance his skills and develop his career.
Reprint permission, courtesy of The Daily Mail, June 9, 2016.


Opinion: Gen Y demands a humanistic approach to management.
Contributed article by online management faculty member, Dr. Craig Nathanson, explores different leadership styles and how Gen Y workers are disrupting the traditional methods of management.
People Management, May 17, 2016.

Questioning your career? It’s time to step off the treadmill.
Contributed article by online management faculty member, Dr. Craig Nathanson, on when is the right time for a career change and his model comprising five distinct stages people go through to reach an authentic life and a new beginning for joyful work.
BusinessDay, May 10, 2016.


UK-based Nigerian lauds online programme.
James Oghenovo, a Master of Public Health (MPH) student from Nigeria living in the UK, shares his experience enrolling on an online programme to enhance his skills and develop his career.
The Nation, April 28, 2016.

Great leaders are still human.
An article by Dr Craig Nathanson in CEO Middle East, April, 2016


Online learning on the rise.
University of Roehampton, London Online’s MSc in Project Management student, Benjamin Okoroafor shares his experience, in Daily Times, March 16, 2016

Tips for online educators in the GCC.
An article by Zakiya-Abdul Samad, faculty member in the Roehampton Online management programmes based in Saudi Arabia, in Gulf Business, March 9, 2016

The evolution of global project management, by faculty member Peter Atorough
BusinessDay (Nigeria: print only)
March 9, 2016

Higher education for every circumstance.
Clare Pickles, Vice President of Academic Affairs for the University of Roehampton’s online programmes, and Saleh Salim al Kindi, a recent MSc in Project Management graduate who lives in Oman, were featured in The Guardian’s special education report about the benefits of online learning.
Reprint permission, courtesy of the Guardian, March 2016


The changing role of the modern project manager.
Contributed article from Dr. Peter Atorough, faculty member for the online project management programmes, in Nigeria's This Day, February 2, 2016


Roehampton Online faculty member, Dr Kieran Mervyn featured in Entrepreneur Middle East magazine.
Entrepreneur Middle East’ magazine’s Collector’s Edition, January 2016



When Is The Right Time To Make A Change?
Entrepreneur Middle East, December 27, 2015

Why the great leader is the humanistic leader.
Business Day, December 22, 2015

A social approach to learning.
Vanguard (print, online), December 9, 2015


Saudi Aramco and how good leaders understand the power of the human touch.
The National (print, online), November 12, 2015


Does a master’s degree make a difference?
Contributed article by Dr Lee Graham discusses the benefits of a master’s degree.
Education Journal Middle East (print, online), September 30, 2015


A social approach to learning
Contributed article by Dr Craig Marsh focusing on the online learning experience and demonstrating how networking, multimedia and similar techniques help connect students with each other and the programme content.
Gulf News (print, online, e-newsletter), August 28, 2015


London Varsity Introduces Online Master’s Degree
The Guardian, June 12, 2015

University of Roehampton London online Introduces MA in early childhood
Vanguard, June 4, 2015


Well structured online learning enhances human capital development
Nigeria’s Business Day, April 14, 2015

The GCC’s Generation Y: Ambitious Or Ambivalent?
Gulf Business, April 8, 2015

How to choose an MBA
Entrepreneur Middle East, April, 2015


Two public officers receive scholarships, February 24, 2015

How I deployed Roehampton online to fight Ebola, by student
Nigerian New Telegraph newspaper, February 17, 2015


Trend Prediction 2015: Offline to Online (O2O)
Entrepreneur Middle East (print only), January, 2015



University of Roehampton, London Online introduces MSc in Marketing
Communicate Middle East in association with the U.S. publication, Advertising Age, December 21, 2014


Roehampton varsity urges Nigerians to embrace its online courses
New Telegraph (Nigeria: print and online), November 2, 2014


University of Roehampton launches online MSc in psychology
BusinessDay (Nigeria: print only)
October 21, 2014

Boosting healthcare in sub-Saharan Africa
Vanguard, October 19, 2014

Generation Y aims for the sky
BusinessDay (Nigeria: online and print), October 7, 2014


The changing face of Nigerian MBA students
Vanguard, September 14, 2014

Financial planner already sees masters degree paying off
Miramichi Leader, Canada (print only)
September 10, 2014


New public administration programme to provide 21st century governance skills
BusinessDay (Nigeria; online and print), August 19, 2014

Global demand is growing for highly qualified individuals who understand the complexities of 21st-century public administration, which include a range of challenges from transnational health epidemics to financial crises as well as sweeping technological changes that are transforming the field.

Interview in French with Tony Mancini, academic director of University of Roehampton's online management master degree programmes, about online education
La Presse (Canada; online and print), August 18, 2014

Demand for online education increases as working professionals look for flexibility
Smart Biz, August 12, 2014

Flexibility is just one of the many reasons online education attracts more and more students each year. For working professionals looking to advance their education while continuing to work, online education offers an alternative that does not require travelling to a campus.


Business Education With a Global Perspective
The European Executive Education Review, July 28, 2014

The University of Roehampton's online MBA program is primed for the digital age. The online MBA programs that deliver on the contemporary needs of today's workforce are the ones that will produce tomorrow's leaders.

Demand for online education increases as working professionals look for flexibility
SMART Careers, July 25, 2014

There is a growing demand for online education in Canada and around the world as working professionals look for more flexible options to increase their education and remain competitive. Tony Mancini, academic director of the online management master degree programmes for the University of Roehampton, and Canadian student Francis Richard are featured.


Dear JAMB/NECO/WAEC, you are being disrupted - but do you know it? (print only), June 12, 2014

After what was described as the “internet revolution of Nigeria” in 2002, the number of residents utilizing the internet to earn an education has risen steadily. Roehampton Online student Chikelue Oji explains how his personal and career value has increased.

How Online Education Is Bridging Learning Gaps, University of Roehampton Online Example
Vanguard, June 3, 2014

In this interview with Emeka Aginam, Craig Marsh, Chief Academic Officer, University of Roehampton Online spoke on a number of issues including the use of technology to increase access to information and the role online education plays in bridging learning gaps towards fast-tracking economic development.

Will an MBA make you a good leader?, June 1, 2014

Not necessarily, argues economist Vangelis Tsiligiris, stating that leadership is all about understanding change and nurturing innovation.


University of Roehampton, London Online launches MPH programme
Flair Nigeria, May 3, 2014

Nigerians desirous of an international degree in public health can now do so without the added cost of travel with the Masters of Public Health (MPH) programme recently launched by the University of Roehampton, London Online.

UK varsity offers master's programme online
National Mirror, May 1, 2014

The University of Roehampton, United Kingdom has begun an online Maters of Public Health (MPH) programme which provides opportunity for people around the world, especially Nigerians, to enroll for the scheme wihout added costs.


London varsity offers online enrolment to Nigerians
New Telegraph, April 30, 2014

As parts of efforts to address the health challenges facing the country in particular, and Africa in general, a Londonbased institution, the University of Roehampton, has offered Nigerians desirous of an international degree in Public Health the opportunity to enroll for an online Masters of Public Health (MPH) programme.

London varsity online MPH programme to ensure easy learning for Nigerians
BusinessDay (print only), April 22, 2014

Save Manresa! (Aka having fun the public health way)
International Journal of Public Health blog, April 15, 2014

The simulation is called "Save Manresa". Unlike other games, Manresa is not an imprisoned princess waiting to be rescued; Manresa is a fictional country that has just been hit by a major earthquake.

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