Welcome to our exceptional teaching
We are delighted to be teaching in our state-of-the-art campus location in Chiswick Park.
Our ground-breaking curriculum offers a holistic approach to teaching that focuses on developing your academic and personal skills to prepare you for the jobs of the future.
The exceptionally high standards of teaching have been recognised by our students who put Richmond in the top five London universities for the quality of teaching on their course in the 2021 National Student Survey.
If circumstances do change for any reason, some online teaching may be needed. Read our student blogs to find out how students got the most out of the online learning experience at Richmond. You can also find out more about our approach to online learning if it’s needed through this link.
Why study at Richmond?
Experience a truly international university
What makes Richmond so special, providing diversity, choice and freedom:
- Our multi-disciplinary Liberal Arts degree programmes for undergraduates
- Our international and specialist education for postgraduates
- The UK university where you can graduate with both a UK and US degree
- Exceptional teaching – our students put Richmond in the top five London universities for overall satisfaction levels on the quality of the course – 2021 National Student Survey (NSS)
- Experience life in London, the top student city in the world
- A state-of-the-art campus location in Chiswick Park, west London
- Internships to enhance your employability
- Our scholarships are making studying with us more affordable
- Study Abroad opportunities for undergraduates on a global scale
We are delighted to have launched a new range of scholarships for both undergraduates and postgraduates to help make your degree more affordable.
One of the first universities to introduce the liberal arts to the UK, Richmond pioneered this broad-ranging, multi-disciplinary approach. Our new portfolio of Liberal Arts Awards celebrates our unique curriculum.
Diversity and internationalism have always played a key role at Richmond. Our EU Unity in Diversity Awards highlight the importance of our truly diverse and international community.
Making it easier to find the support our students need
It can be difficult sometimes for students to know where to turn to for any help. Our Student Affairs team are here to listen and to support, and there are lots of options for you to try at Richmond if you find yourself struggling.
Whether it’s your mental health, your studies, money, housing, relationships or something else, you can find support for whatever challenge you’re facing.
The team offers personalised support, unique to each individual student, signposting them to specialist services if required.
Take a look at our dedicated Student Life webpage to view the services our students can access.
University Calendar Key Dates
|Undergraduates||Tuesday 29 August – Friday 1 September 2023||Orientation, Registration for New Students|
|Monday 4 September 2023||First day of classes|
|Postgraduates||Saturday 16 – Sunday 17 September 2023||Orientation, Registration for New Students|
|Monday 18 September 2023||First day of classes|
|Undergraduates||Tuesday 9 January – Friday 12 January 2024||Orientation, Registration for New Students|
|Monday 15 January 2024||First day of classes|
|Postgraduates||Saturday 28 – Sunday 29 January 2024||Orientation, Registration for New Students|
|Monday 30 January 2024||First day of classes|
More detailed information on the University academic calendar can be found here.