The information below covers entry requirements, contact details, travel information and extra suggestions for Ukrainian students thinking about studying with us at the University of Roehampton.

The University of Roehampton has undoubtedly the most beautiful campus in London, which means the pathway programmes available are taught in the ideal setting for you to experience London’s student life, whilst enjoying the close and friendly study environment.

Entry Requirements

At the University of Roehampton, we accept a range of international qualifications for entry to our programmes.

For Ukrainian students joining one of our pathway programmes, we accept the qualifications in the table below.

If you are unsure regarding your eligibility, please contact us and one of our team will be able to discuss your qualifications with you.


For entry to: You will need: Grade required:
International Foundation Programme Certificate of Complete General Secondary Education

Certificate of Independent external Examination

Minimum 6 in maths as a part of certificate

100 or above

International Year One (Business) Attestat (Grade XII) Minimum grade average of 7/12

Scholarships and Bursaries

All of our scholarships and bursaries are automatically applied when we process your application and one of our team will be able to confirm your eligibility.

Country: Bursary: Merit based scholarship:
Ukraine £2000 £2500

*Merit based scholarship subject to achieving 5/5 or 11/12

Our regional team are available to help you with any questions you may have about studying a pathway programme with the University of Roehampton.

Lucy Gromakova
Senior International Officer

Studying in London

Travelling to London

Travelling to the Campus

London is well connected to the rest of the world with several international airports. The biggest airports are London Gatwick and London Heathrow.

From London Heathrow: approx. 60 mins

  • From London Heathrow, follow signs for the Underground
  • Take a Piccadilly line train, eastbound to Hammersmith station
  • At Hammersmith station, walk approximately 4 minutes to Hammersmith Bus Station
  • Get the number 72 bus
  • Alight at the University of Roehampton Main Entrance (12 stops)

From London Gatwick: approx. 60 mins

  • From London Gatwick, follow signs for the Train station
  • Take a train to Clapham Junction
  • Take a train from Clapham Junction to Barnes
  • At Barnes, you can either walk to the campus (20 mins) or take the 72 or 265 bus

London is famous around the world for many things, however if there’s one area it really stands out above the rest it is the endless shopping experiences on offer. You can visit the world-renowned Oxford Street and Regent Street to take in all your favourite high street brands.

If you are after a more unique shopping experience then take yourself off to Shoreditch market or Petticoat Lane market – here you will find fashion and clothing not available anywhere else in the city.

Eating out

In London there is a culinary experience to suit every palate. The huge variety of food on offer means that in your time studying with us there is no way you can experience it all! Be sure to check out Borough Market near London Bridge for a huge range of cuisines available at a reasonable price.


London’s culture and heritage is one of the main reasons why tourists come from far and wide to visit the city. Studying with us in London is your chance to really soak up the culture on offer. A good starting point is one of the many museums or art galleries – try the Natural History Museum or the National Portrait Gallery first, both of which are free to visit.


Finding somewhere to live while you are studying abroad may be a daunting experience – fortunately our Accommodation Services team are on hand to help you with your search, whether you want to live on or off campus. Visit this page to find out more about your accommodation options both on and off campus.

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