About Regent’s University London
About Regent’s University London
Regent’s is an independent, not-for-profit university offering British and American undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. The main campus lies in a royal park in the heart of London, one of Europe’s most exciting cities. Regent’s second campus is a short 10-minute walk away in London’s Marylebone village.
Regent University London are one of the most internationally diverse campuses, with students from more than 140 different countries worldwide. Regent’s 4,500 students have unparalleled opportunities to make international friends and build global professional networks for the future.
The high-quality and global teaching environment helps student to enhance your employability, making student an internationally aware and innovative professional.
The not-for-profit status means that all surplus is reinvested back into the University for the benefit of your experience.
Regent’s offers an unrivaled setting for higher education. Regent’s main campus in Regent’s Park enjoys beautiful, tranquil surroundings while being just minutes away from all that central London has to offer.
A short walk away, Regent’s Marylebone campus, home to the fashion and design school, sits in a lively historic area, known for its up-market boutiques, cafés and design shops, which retains the artisan feel of the Georgian village it once was.
At Regent’s, London is the classroom. Whether student plan to study business or one of the arts, student will find that London’s culture and commerce form an important part of the Regent’s experience.
Regent’s offers both British and American degree programmes in a wide range of fields, including business and management, psychology, drama, film and media, arts and social sciences, fashion and design.
Qualifications range from foundation level through to bachelors’, masters’ and doctoral degrees.
Regent’s students benefit from high levels of personal attention, regular contact with their tutors and contemporary academic programmes.
Many of Regent’s undergraduate programmes offer the opportunity to study abroad, enabling student to experience a truly international dimension to your education.
Regent’s emphasise the practical application of academic learning, offering diverse opportunities for student to develop your skills, both inside and outside the classroom.
Working closely with international business leaders ensures that Regent’s programmes reflect the latest global developments in industry.
Faculties and schools
Regent’s is organised around two academic faculties and is comprised of seven specialist Schools.
Faculty of Business & Management
- European Business School London – International business, language study and entrepreneurship
- Regent’s Business School London – Flexible global management programmes with specialist pathways
- Regent’s Institute of Languages & Culture – A dedicated language school supporting students throughout the year
Faculty of Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences
- Regent’s American College London – Brings the wide-ranging curriculum of American higher education to the UK
- Regent’s School of Drama, Film & Media – Innovative, challenging creative programmes in an international context
- Regent’s School of Fashion & Design – Industry-led degrees producing creative professionals
- Regent’s School of Psychotherapy & Psychology – One of the UK’s leading therapeutic training institutions
How to apply
Regent’s accepts direct applications for all programmes; Regent university have no application deadline and in most cases, no application fee.
student can also apply for Regent’s undergraduate programmes (with the exception of Regent’s American programmes) through UCAS.
Entry requirements vary by programme; please refer to the relevant programme page for details.
Careers & Business Relations team offers a wealth of information, advice and guidance to help student make the right decisions for your future:
- Personalised careers guidance
- Career-coaching sessions
- Advice and support with starting your own business
- Employability skills workshops
- A series of employer and industry events throughout the year
Regent’s is well equipped with libraries, e-learning tools, IT facilities and media services,which together support students and staff with their learning and research activities both on and off campus. Regent offer induction sessions, workshops and training early on so that new students can make full use of what the University has to offer.
Regents provide university-managed accommodation – on and off campus, as well as assistance in arranging private accommodation.
University-managed accommodation: on campus
The halls of residence are set in the beautiful, leafy grounds of Regent’s Park campus, looking out over the gardens, lake and surrounding park.
Options include single, twin, and triple rooms, most with shared bathroom and kitchenette facilities.
The amount of University housing available is limited and so make your application early.
University-managed accommodation: off campus
The University also manages a range of accommodation close to campus, in either local apartments or residence halls that offer easy access to the University. Regent’s aim to ensure that all locations provide an excellent standard of housing.
If student would like to arrange your own accommodation, Regent’s can help with information and advice on all aspects of housing in the local area.
Offer the following services:
- A housing list of landlords, flat shares and homestays
- Automatic housing updates by email
- List of residence halls in London
- Better rates and dates for certain residence halls when booked through Regent’s
- Estate agent list
- Advice on all aspects of housing
Be sure to contact us well in advance, so Regent’s can help student to arrange something suitable.
Sports and Fitness
Regent encourage all the students to be active and healthy and student can choose from a variety of fitness options, including team sports, exercise classes, the gym and other well-being initiatives.
The well-equipped gym provides the ideal surroundings for keep-fit enthusiasts. The gym also offers a varied range of evening fitness classes including yoga, pilates, boxercise, zumba, body pump and street dance.
The University has its own multi-use games area, where student can play five-a-side football, tennis and basketball.There are also tennis courts in the park nearby.
The sports teams vary from year to year and usually include men’s and women’s football, basketball, volleyball and polo teams.
Services and Support
The Student Services team will help student – particularly when student first arrive – to adjust and get the most out of life on campus and in London.
Regent offer a comprehensive range of information, support and specialist advice to help with any matter, whether it is personal, practical or academic.
The aim to support student to enjoy a healthy and balanced life and can refer student to appropriate health-care services at times of ill health.
Working collaboratively both within the University and with outside organisations, Regent’s Student Services team, Disability Officer and qualified first aiders all aim to ensure that student have easy access to information about health and appropriate services.
Regent wants all students to be able to participate fully as equal members of the learning community at Regent’s, and will make every attempt to support student if student have a disability. Regent are also committed to improving access to and within the University buildings.
Regents have a full-time Disability Officer who develops the range of disability information and support available to prospective and current students.
Food & Drink
With coffee shops, bars, a deli, restaurants and vending machines all on campus, student are spoilt for choice when it comes to food and drink. The menus cater for a variety of diets including vegetarian.
Regent’s University London offers a number of scholarships and bursaries to help with the cost of tuition fees. student can also apply for external loans, sponsorship, or other funding opportunities to help finance your studies.
Visit scholarships, bursaries and funding page for further information.
Students will find plenty of opportunities here to socialise, relax, exercise, be creative and get involved. As well as many activities on campus, student will be ideally placed to explore all that London, the UK and Europe has to offer.
London is one of the largest and most ethnically diverse cities in the world. Living here will be an exciting and unforgettable time with an immense range of things to see, do and experience. Regent’s can provide all the assistance student need for a fantastic experience in London, including help with money and banking, healthcare, transport and – of course – leisure and entertainment. Regent’s has a wide choice of activities and social events for student to get involved in each term.
From the stunning Regent’s Park, where the University is based, it is a short walk to the West End, which offers world-class entertainment, museums, galleries, nightlife and shopping.
In addition to Regent’s well-equipped gym and multi-use games area, the University has a number of sports teams. Teams vary from year to year but usually include men’s and women’s football, basketball, volleyball and polo teams.
The Regent’s University Student Union aims to enrich student life by creating a social environment on campus where student can make friends, network and generally get the most out of your student years. As well as providing a host of services and activities, the Student Union also represents students at all levels of decision making at the University.
Clubs and societies
The Student Union supports a number of clubs and societies and welcomes the creation of new ones.
Clubs and societies vary from year to year, and have included everything from photography, debating, music, psychology and law to film, finance and human rights. Regent’s also have many cultural associations, such as the African-American, Indian, Middle Eastern, Pakistan, Russian and Scandinavian societies.