Professor Roger Dalrymple

Visiting Professor of Education, School of Education

School of Education, Humanities and Languages

Roger Dalrymple


Roger is Visiting Professor in the School of Education, Humanities and Languages where he co-supervises doctoral students and is a member of the Higher Education and Lifelong Learning Research Group. His substantive role is at the University of Oxford where he is Professor of Practice in Lifelong Learning.

Teaching and supervision


Roger has supervised numerous doctoral projects in the fields of student experience, graduate employability, and lifelong learning in sectors including health professions education and practice education.


Roger has published numerous monographs and articles in education studies including a 2021 collaborative literature review on graduate employability published by Advance HE and articles in the journals English in Education, Practice Education, the British Educational Technology Journal, and Innovations in Education and Teaching International.



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Professional information

Memberships of professional bodies

  • Member of the British Educational Research Association (BERA)
  • Member of the National Association for the Teaching of English (NATE)
  • Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (PFHEA)
  • HE Member of the Quality Assurance Agency's Access Licensing and Recognition Committee

Further details


  • MA Leadership and Management in Education (Distinction) Buckinghamshire New University, 2008.
  • PGCE Post-Compulsory Education (Distinction) University of Reading, 2005.
  • PG Diploma Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (Distinction) University of Oxford, Department of Education Studies, 2000.
  • Doctor of Philosophy, English  University of Oxford, St Peter’s College (British Academy Studentship), 1997.
  • Master of Philosophy, English  University of Oxford, St Peter’s College (British Academy Studentship), 1994.
  • BA (Hons) English (1st Class Hons)  University of London, Goldsmiths’ College, 1992.