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Regent's University

About

The history of Regent’s University traces back to the year 1908 when Bedford Ladies' College established its campus in Regent's Park. The campus was home to The European Business School London, London campus of Webster University in USA and Rockford College Illinois study abroad programme. Many different institutions on campus merged to become Regent's College London in 2006. In 2012, Regent's College London gained its degree awarding powers and its’ the university status in 2013, the UK's Department for Business Innovation and Skills announced that Regent's College had met the criteria to become a university and then Regent's College became the Regent's University London. In the same year, Regent also agreed to acquire American InterContinental University London from Career Education Corporation. 


The University caters more than 5,000 students from over 140 different countries, and offers a vast range of courses in Business and Management & the Arts and Humanities including American and British degree programmes and the University has an impressive student-faculty ratio of 14:1.  Some of the notable alumni of the University include CEO of Haier Pakistan Javed Afridi, Anjun Anand, Mark Ehrenfried, Sultan Muhammad V, Pascale Mussard, Ruby Wax, Elizabeth Yake and many more.

Student accommodation Regent's University

Regent's University London tends to attract a huge chunk of student population every year. However, students who are currently studying or planning to study at the University need not worry about finding cheap student accommodation. The London student accommodation options around the University include Private halls of residence, homestays and student halls.Regent's University guarantees university managed accommodation to students. The on-campus halls of residence which include single, twin, and triple rooms, most with shared bathroom and kitchenette facilities. 


But Because of its closeness to the university building, accommodation provided by the University get occupied at a breakneck pace. So, students can always pick from a range of private student accommodation in London, which includes cheap en-suites, studios, shared apartment and non-en-suites. Not only are the private halls of residence are well-maintained, safe and budget-friendly, but they also have an added benefit of being located at a comfortable distance from the University. Urbanest King's Cross, Blithehale Court, iQ Kingston, AXO Oxford Circus, Urbanest St Pancras and Kensal Green Garrow House are some of the best private accommodation near Regent's University London. 

Location

Regent's is London's independent and non-profit University, with a highly cosmopolitan community, located in royal Regent's Park and Marylebone. The main campus of the University is set in 11 acres and is located in the Inner circle, Regent's Park. The second campus which is home to the fashion and design school is also a short walk away from London's Marylebone Village. Wondering how to get to Regent's University London? The nearest airport to the University is London Heathrow Airport. Students can access Heathrow Express train service to Paddington station and then use London underground from Paddington to Baker Street. The journey will take approximately 35 minutes.

The University has seven schools which include -

  • European Business School London (EBSL)
  • Regent's Business School London (RBSL)
  • Regent's Institute of Languages & Culture (RILC)
  • Regent's American College London (RACL)
  • Regent's School of Psychotherapy & Psychology (RSPP)
  • Regent's School of Drama, Film & Media (RSDFM)
  • Regent's School of Fashion & Design (RSFD).

Student life

About to start your student life in London? Well, you are definitely in for one of the best phases of your lives. London is, without a doubt, one of the best cities in the world for the students since along with quality academics, it also offers quality student life. Students can make their on-campus life exciting by joining the University's student union. The union is committed to providing social events, information, support, and to be a voice for students. Students can also join students association or society to indulge in a hobby, meet like-minded people and make friends from around the world. Need help in research? Well, you will be glad to know that the University has an old Tate library and comfortable study area on the ground floor for you to work in a way that suits you. The library has wi-fi so that students can access their laptops, tablets and other mobile devices. The library has 40,000 print books, 59,000 E-books, 60,000 journals, 3,500 DVDs, 100 Print journals and magazines and 50 databases. 


Also, known as the global capital of culture with many beautiful museums, galleries, and great live performances, the city is never going to stop surprising you. London is also considered as the best city in the world for university students and is a home to 100,000+ international students from all over the world. 

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