The beginnings of higher education in London arrived in 1828, with the founding of University College in Gower Street. This was for men only, but in 1849 a 'Ladies College' was founded by Mrs Elisabeth Reid and opened nearby in Bedford Square. It was always short of funds, but in 1908, thanks to a generous legacy, the College was able to take a Crown lease on South Villa in the Inner Circle.
Regent’s University London has a long-standing commitment to research. We invest heavily in our research centres to enhance the vitality of the institution and refresh our programmes.
Our team of dedicated Careers and Business Relations (CBR) staff offer careers education, information, advice and guidance to help you to secure your career goals. This includes extensive careers counselling, as well as assistance in finding an internship or a permanent job after graduation.
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Our Student Services department is a central resource for all students and is designed to help you - in particular if you are a new arrival - to adjust and get the most out of life on campus and in London.
Accommodation - We offer a personalised service to all students seeking accommodation in London and can offer a range of on- and off-campus housing options.
The Libraries at Regent’s support teaching and learning at the University. Our relevant and extensive collections, flexible study spaces and knowledgeable staff can help you achieve your academic goals.
There are over 25 IT labs equipped with PCs and Apple Mac workstations with a range of resources and specialist software packages including AutoCAD, Microsoft Office and Adobe Suites. All Regent’s students are invited to download their free personal copy of Microsoft Office 365 and anti-virus software to keep their devices up-to-date and secure.
We aim to support you to enjoy a healthy and balanced life and can refer you to appropriate health-care services at times of ill health.
Working collaboratively both within the University and with outside organisations, our Student Services team, Disability Officer and qualified first aiders all aim to ensure that you have easy access to information about health and appropriate services.
At our central London campuses in royal Regent's Park and Marylebone, the immediate environment and the city beyond provide a rich extension of the classroom. Our campuses offer an excellent environment for study, while the very best of what London has to offer is on our doorstep.
We encourage all our students to be active and healthy and can offer advice and support to help you achieve your health, fitness and sporting goals. You can choose from a variety of options, including team sports, fitness classes and other well-being initiatives.
Regent’s competitive sports teams include football, basketball and polo. There are also many opportunities to participate in other sports, such as table tennis, golf, and running and should you wish to pursue any of these sports competitively we will assist you in creating a club at university or joining a locally based set-up.
Regent's Clubs are a network of alumni groups all over the world, bringing the Regent's University London Alumni Association to you. The clubs are based in cities all over the world and run by local alumni with support from the main alumni relations office.
Regent's Clubs are open to graduates from every graduation year across all six schools at Regent's University London so that everyone can take full advantage of the power of the alumni network.
All programmes at the European Business School London are accredited by The Open University.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, Studyportals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.
I really liked the diversity of students and the fact that the university provided a platform for interaction. In terms of areas of improvement, there could be more practical approaches to the modules being taught. Some of them were very theoretical