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To achieve success in your online degree programme, we believe it’s vital you have access to faculty members whom you can build a relationship with; faculty members who’ll provide the insights, the academic challenge and the motivation you’re looking for.

You’ll find all these qualities in our academic staff. Many are active experts in their fields, write papers on their area of expertise, work in the field, and live for their subject – and for helping others to understand and enjoy it as much as they do. Above all, they are dedicated to their task of engaging with students to help them get the most from their online course.

Inspiring you

Inspirational faculty members come from all around the world and have diverse cultural and professional experience. This means your learning becomes a truly live process as ideas, world views and professional backgrounds become one live community in which to learn.

Your faculty

The University of Roehampton, London Online’s inspiring faculty members are culturally and professionally diverse, and hail from all corners of the globe

  • Students
    88%
    of students
    say opportunities to interact with faculty members in Inspirenet are as good as or better than they expected*
  • Global
    22
    Countries represented
    You will be taught by faculty members residing in 22 different countries**
  • Students
    14
    Years experience
    Our faculty have on average, 14 years, of industry-relevant experience**

The teacher–student relationship is central

Your online learning will focus on what’s happening in the types of organisation you and your classmates work in, as well as what’s being currently published and debated in the academic world.

Throughout each module, you’ll be in a continual dialogue with our online faculty members. As diverse as our students, they are highly passionate about learning and are all educated to masters or PhD level.

They are the facilitators who help bring your learning to life, steering you with feedback to help you reach your learning objectives, while keeping you motivated and on track throughout your studies.

Dionisia Tzavara, PhD

Head of Management

Joaquin Angles, PhD

Online faculty member

Craig Nathanson, PhD

Online faculty member

Athanasios Nikas, PhD

Online faculty member

Maria Marcos, MSc

Online faculty member

Konstantinos Samiotis, PhD

Online faculty member

Natalie Stukalo, PhD

Online faculty member

Vangelis Tsiligiris, PhD

Head of Education and Social Sciences

Dimitrios Vlachopoulos, PhD

Online faculty member

Karla Calumet, PhD

Master of Public Administration (MPA) programme

Lee Graham, PhD

Online faculty member

Mina Eaves, PhD

Online faculty member

Viola Manokore, PhD

Online faculty member

Tolu Andrea Osoba, PhD

Head of Health and Psychology

Arnd Hofmeister, PhD

Master of Public Health (MPH) programme

Constance Shumba, MSc

Master of Public Health (MPH) programme

Jill Firtell, MPH

Online faculty member

Karen Ethridge, PhD

MSc in Psychology programme

Satwinder Rehal, MSoc Sci

Master of Public Health (MPH) programme

Srikanta Banerjee, PhD

Master of Public Health (MPH) programme

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* Results calculated by the University of Roehampton, London Online based on the responses of 348 current students who responded to the annual new-student post-admissions survey in 2014. At the time the research was fielded, this was a response rate of 37%.

** Results calculated by the University of Roehampton, London Online based on the responses of 77 faculty members who responded to a survey in November 2015 .