About Regent's University London

About Regent's University London

At Regent’s, independence is an attitude of mind. We aim to develop students who question the status quo and are entrepreneurial in their thinking. We have the academic freedom to pursue our own ideas, and we are committed to meeting the individual needs of students in order to produce alumni of distinction. Whenever the opportunity arises, we take the independent path.

We offer both UK and American-style degree programmes in a wide range of fields, including business and management, finance, humanities, creative arts, social sciences and design. 

Our campuses reflect our spirit of independence. The secluded grounds of our main campus in royal Regent’s Park are a green oasis in the heart of bustling central London, offering an exclusive student experience, while our Marylebone campus is by independent businesses that celebrate the spirit of entrepreneurship and enterprise, intimacy and individuality that is typical of Regent’s. 

The campuses are within easy reach of all that this exciting European city has to offer. We are close to the centre of London and the city’s famous theatres, galleries and museums, as well as major sporting and entertainment venues. 

Regent’s is small and intimate enough to feel like a ‘home away from home’. With just under 5,000 students on campus, our staff and students get to know each other by name, and students benefit from plenty of one-to-one contact with their tutors. 

The University is a meeting place for people from all over the world. We are proud to have students of more than 140 nationalities on campus. We also welcome many visiting faculty and students from around the world: at any given time, a significant proportion of our campus community is typically made up of students from our prestigious, global partner institutions. 

Intercultural exchange and international languages are a crucial part of education at Regent’s – our students are citizens of the world. Many students spend a period of their studies abroad, gaining experience of other cultures, languages and work practices. They are encouraged to take classes in any of nine economically important languages, and receive extensive support and teaching if English is not their first language. 

We actively encourage all students to undertake internships and work experience, and our careers advisers are on hand to advise and support them so they can secure their career goals. 

Our graduates go on to build successful international careers in a range of industries, as well as becoming entrepreneurs, starting their own companies, or returning to ensure the continuing success of family businesses. A higher than average number of our graduates move into graduate-level jobs, with starting salaries that compare very favourably with other UK universities. 

With more than 15,000 alumni in 155 countries, Regent’s graduates remain members of our community, wherever they may be in the world. Our Alumni Association meetings are known as Regent’s Clubs, and this is no accident. Attending Regent’s means you become a member of a group of like-minded individuals, and those links last a lifetime.


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    Open days

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    Library services

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  • Mission and values

    Mission and values

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Last updated: 25 May 2016

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