Regent's University London
Quick facts
Regent's University London

The institution
Regent’s is an independent, not-for-profit university offering British and American postgraduate degrees. The main campus lies in a royal park in the heart of London, one of Europe’s most exciting cities. Our second campus is a short 10-minute walk away in London’s Marylebone village.
 
We are one of the most internationally diverse campuses, with students representing more than 140 different nationalities worldwide. Our 4,500 students have unparalleled opportunities to make international friends and build global professional networks for the future.
 
Our high-quality and global teaching environment helps you to enhance your employability, making you an internationally aware and innovative professional.
 
Our not-for-profit status means that all surplus is reinvested back into the University for the benefit of your experience.

 
Postgraduate study
Regent's offers a variety of dynamic postgraduate programmes in business and management, psychology and psychotherapy, and scriptwriting.
 
We work closely with industry leaders to ensure that our programmes are in line with the latest industry thinking and reflect the latest issues and developments worldwide.
 
Programmes offer an ideal balance between individual and group work, lectures and practical seminars, placements and workshops.

 
 
Research
 
Regent’s 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. We will invest £30 million in research activity over the next five years, with the aim of achieving research-degree awarding powers by 2020.
 
We have applied to become an Affiliated Research Centre of the Open University, which would enable us to offer PhDs in five broad areas and open up opportunities for international collaborations with other Open University partners. Furthermore, we will be introducing bursaries for promising PhD students from January 2014.
 
Our academic staff undertake high-quality research which ensures our programmes reflect the latest global developments.
 
We promote research, scholarly activity and consultancy through our research centres, publications, events and special-interest groups.
 
Facilities
Our Careers & Business Relations team offers a wealth of information, advice and guidance to help you make the right decisions for your future. You will benefit from personalised careers guidance, workshops and employer and industry events.
 
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. Postgraduate students have their own study centre with common room, IT, print and group work facilities.
 
We provide a full range of student support services, activities and on-campus catering and leisure facilities to ensure you get the most from your time at Regent’s.
 
Open day
Drop-In Sessions
Drop-in sessions are held every Friday* for postgraduate programmes at the European Business School, Regent's Business School and Regent's American College London. You do not need to register, please make sure you are at main reception by 3pm on Fridays.
 
* Drop-in sessions are not held on public holidays and University closure dates.
 
To find out more about programmes in the Regent's School of Psychotherapy & Psychology, or the Regent's School of Drama, Film & Media, please contact us to arrange an appointment.
 
Visit Regent’s University London
If you are unable to attend one of our postgraduate drop-in sessions, we would be pleased to arrange personal visits at other times. Please contact our External Relations Department.
 
Contact
http://www.regents.ac.uk/
Phone: 44 (0)20 7487 7505
 

 
 

 
 


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