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Regent’s University London

Regent’s University London is London’s only independent, not-for-profit university, with a highly cosmopolitan community based in the leafy royal Regent’s Park and historic Marylebone.

You can study either UK or American-style degree programs in a wide range of fields, including business and management; liberal arts; film, media and performance; psychology and psychotherapy; fashion and design.

The majority of our lecturers have extensive industry experience and many are still active within their areas. Class sizes never exceed 25 students, which ensures a lot of interaction with these industry experts, as well as with your peers. The focus in the classroom is on practical learning and professional development, incorporating the latest skills sought after by employers.

Our campus

Our campus is within easy reach of all that this world capital 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 fewer than 5,000 students on campus, you get to know your tutors well, and you will benefit from plenty of one-to-one contact.

We are proud to have students of more than 140 nationalities on campus, as well as many students on Study Abroad trips from our prestigious partner institutions. Many of our own students also spend a time abroad, gaining experience of other cultures, languages and work practices. We encourage you to take classes in any of nine economically important languages, and you will also have plenty of support and teaching if English is not your first language.

We actively encourage all students to undertake internships and work experience, and our careers advisers are on hand to advise and support you in your career goals. Many of 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.


We know how important it is to have comfortable and conveniently located housing when you are studying in London. We will assist you in finding somewhere to stay, either by arranging a place for you in University-managed housing or by helping you find somewhere in the private sector.

Our halls of residence are set in the beautiful leafy grounds of the Regentʼs Park campus. In partnership with urbanest, Regent’s also offers rooms at a variety of price points. Located next to an idyllic British canalside, urbanest St Pancras is a short walk from King’s Cross and Camden Town.

We want to make sure you get the most out of every moment as a student at Regent’s. You will find plenty of opportunities here to socialize, relax, exercise, be creative and get involved. As well as the many activities on campus, you will be ideally placed to explore all that London, the UK and Europe have to offer. 

Whatever you need help with, your first stop should be the Regent’s Student Hub. The staff can assist you with many queries. They will also connect you with the experts within Regent’s who can help with any issues you may have, whether they are personal, academic or financial.

The University Library Service gives you access to around 55,000 books, a wide range of academic and professional journals and online resources. There are dedicated spaces for studying, including group-study rooms and silent study areas for independent learning.

We encourage our students to be active and healthy. We offer a varied range of fitness sessions include yoga, pilates, boxercise, zumba, resistance and high-intensity training. There is a multi-use games area for five-a- side football, tennis and basketball, and we have competitive polo, fencing, volleyball, football and basketball teams.

The University has a partnership with Regent’s Place Health Club, situated close to campus. The club offers extensive gym facilities, personal training and a wide range of studio classes, plus a sauna, steam rooms, hairdresser and café bar. 

With coffee shops, bars, restaurants and a deli all within a short walk of each other on the Regentʼs Park campus, you will find plenty of choice when it comes to food and drink. You will have lots of events to choose from, both on and off campus.

Student population: 4,800 students (3,381 fulltime)

Number of international students: 3,840 foreign students (80%)

City population: London - 8.6 million

Location: In Regent's Park, central London

Closest airports: Heathrow, London City, Stansted, Luton, Gatwick

Date of establishment: 1984

Areas of expertise: Business & Management; Fashion & Design; Film, Media & Performance; Liberal Studies; Psychology and Psychotherapy

Cost of Tuition per year: from £17,500 per year (2019/20). Please note that tuition fees vary per course and fee status, ask your Across the Pond advisor for details.

Accommodation cost: from £300 per week on campus

Notable alumni:

  • Anjum Anand (food writer and television chef)
  • Camila Batmanghelidjh (businesswoman and charity leader)
  • Erica Ohene-Bekoe (Princess of the royal houses of Banmu and Okomang-Adonteng in the Kingdom of Akropong-Akuapim, Ghana)
  • Félix Léopold Marie Guillaume (Prince Félix of Luxembourg)[13]
  • Francis Boulle (reality television participant)
  • Jetsun Pema (Queen consort of Bhutan)
  • Karl-Johan Persson (President & CEO of H&M)
  • Lady Kitty Spencer, (Princess Diana’s niece)
  • Lucy Beresford (writer, psychotherapist and broadcaster)
  • Max Marshall (singer)
  • Michael Green (businessman, chairman of Tangent Industries)
  • Noelle Reno (fashion entrepreneur, television presenter and former model)
  • Pascale Mussard (sixth-generation Hermès family member; former co-artistic director with her cousin Pierre-Alexis Dumas)
  • Philip Ozouf Jr (Treasury and Resources Minister in the Council of Ministers, Jersey)
  • Pontine Paus (fashion designer and businesswoman)
  • Ruby Wax (comedian and television presenter)
  • Sultan Muhammad V (current king and head of state of Malaysia and the Sultan of Kelantan)
  • Sultan Sooud Al-Qassemi (Arab affairs)
  • Tessy Antony (Princess Tessy of Luxembourg)
  • Vanisha Mittal (daughter of steel magnate Lakshmi N. Mittal; businesswoman)
  • Elizabeth Yake (Canadian film-maker)
  • Domingo Zapata (artist)

Fashion show a smash hit

A defining moment not only for the class of 2017, Regent’s BA (Hons) Fashion Design graduates, but equally, the future of the fashion industry ... a display of sheer talent and craftsmanship in tailoring, pattern-cutting and technique.” – After Nyne magazine

Top industry names from Nike and Monsoon attended the Regent’s University London’s final-year fashion show in Brick Lane. More than 600 people witnessed the innovative designs on the catwalk on 11 May.

Regent’s interior design students work to real briefs

The Regent’s Interior Design programme uses the real-world experience and connections of its staff to create compelling briefs for the students to hone their craft. The best of this work was showcased in a public exhibition at the University’s Marylebone Campus, and then at the Truman Brewery in Brick Lane as part of the Interior Educators show.

Mark Gower the previous head of the Interior Design programme, said:

Model UN students set the world to rights

The fourth Youth Model United Nations Conference (MUN) was held at Regent’s University London from 2-3 July 2017. This event, the largest held at the University so far, brought more than 180 scholars and teachers together to debate critical world issues.

Max Fuller

I was attracted to the International Business programme because it allows for the study of one or two languages. Languages and cultural awareness is key to conducting International business in today’s environment.

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