In terms of outcomes, there is no difference between learning online with the University of Roehampton and studying on campus. The online programmes are developed and delivered to the same high standards as the degrees taught on campus. And you’ll probably feel an even greater sense of pride because of the way you’ve worked to achieve it.

Why online learning makes sense when you’re a working professional

The main difference – and it’s a big one – is that online learning is a more flexible route to your degree. You can study at home, from the office or while travelling, and at times of the day that suit your working and family lives.

This being a masters-level programme, you will, of course, have deadlines and a structured approach to assignments. However, studying online gives you the freedom to decide how these fit around the other parts of your life.

Online learning also offers you more creative freedom than a bricks-and-mortar campus. You’re part of an exciting online learning community that’s active 24/7. Day or night, you can debate ideas, contact your tutors, carry out research, and find help and support.

Traditional vs Online Learning

Collaborating with classmates

During each module, you’ll benefit from our emphasis on collaborative learning. Through shared activities, all our programmes help you to:

  • Develop relationships with your fellow students and faculty members
  • Explore materials and ideas more critically
  • Challenge yourself and your classmates
  • Discover and debate issues and themes
  • Learn from each other’s experiences

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Quality and standards

All Roehampton degrees are recognised by the UK government, and the University complies with the academic standards monitored by the government’s Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA).

These standards are the same for all programmes – undergraduate, postgraduate and research-based – whether delivered online or on campus. This means you’ll receive the same standard of education as Roehampton students studying on campus and have the opportunity to graduate in London.

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Parthiban Devanathan
I have classmates from all over the world; for example, friends from the Middle East, friends in African countries and all over Europe. It’s really a good experience meeting people located globally, sharing different kinds of experiences and knowledge.
Parthiban Devanathan - Master of Business Administration (MBA) student

We hope to see you in London

If you can make it, we’d love to welcome you to London on graduation day, where you’ll graduate with fellow students from both campus and online programmes with the University of Roehampton. It’s not essential, but for those who can make the journey, it’s a fantastic day of celebration, community and congratulations.

*Results calculated by the University of Roehampton, London Online based on the responses of 676 current students who responded to the annual student-satisfaction survey in 2014. At the time the research was fielded, this was a response rate of 33%.