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Case Study: Regents University London

regentsRegent’s University London:
A Truly International Community



Students at Regent’s University London form part of one of the most diverse educational communities in the UK. With classmates from all corners of the world, they make international friends, learn about other cultures and build a global network of contacts for the future.

With over 10,300 alumni in 145 countries worldwide, students remain a part of the Regent’s community for life. Regent’s alumni occupy positions in finance, commerce, manufacturing and the arts across the globe. Many provide assistance to current students and fellow alumni following in their footsteps.

Regent’s University London offers an unrivalled setting for higher education. Students can enjoy the beautiful, tranquil surroundings of our main campus in Regent’s Park while being just minutes away from all the attractions of central London.

With mellow redbrick buildings set in 11 acres of private garden, our Regent’s Park campus is a safe, secluded haven in which to live and study. A short walk away, our Marylebone campus sits in a lively historic area, known for its up-market boutiques, cafés and design shops, which retain the artisan feel of the Georgian village it once was.

Students are within easy reach of all that this exciting European city has to offer. We are close to the City of London and the West End, with easy access to London’s famous theatres, galleries and museums, as well as major sporting and entertainment venues.

Excellent transport links make it easy to get around. We are close to central London Tube stations, 10 minutes by Underground from the Eurostar and less than one hour’s travel from London airports.

At Regent’s, London is our classroom. Whether you plan to study business, humanities or one of the arts, you will find that the city’s culture, heritage and commerce represent a huge part of the student experience.

Home to over 4,500 full time students, Regent’s University London is already the biggest undergraduate provider in the UK outside the state-funded system. We take a truly multi-disciplinary approach, offering a wide breadth of study within the established faculties of Business & Management, and Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences.

Ten economically important languages are taught at Regent’s and all students are offered the opportunity to study abroad as part of their course. We enjoy strong links with industry, with around half of students taking up internships as part of their degrees, and 78 per cent of Regent’s graduates are employed or in further study six months after graduating, with 84 per cent of those in graduate-level jobs.

Over the past 5 years, we have invested £40 million in facilities and teaching to enable academics to spend more time with students in lectures, tutorials and individual feedback sessions. As a result, the student-staff ratio at Regent’s is 15:1, and students receive personal tutorial support and 20 hours of contact time a week, both ahead of the national average.

If you would like to find out more about Regent’s please visit www.regents.ac.uk If you would like to visit us we hold open days on a regular basis, or contact us to arrange a personal consultation.


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