Regent's University London is a private university located in London, England. It is part of Galileo Global Education, Europe’s largest higher education provider, and was established in 1984 as Regent's College before becoming a university in 2013. The campus is multicultural, with over 140 countries currently represented within the student body.
The University is located in the idyllic setting of Regent’s Park in the Greater London boroughs of Westminster and Camden. The University also houses private gardens for students and staff to use for leisurely reading, al fresco dining or study spaces. A commitment to diversity pervades the campus as multicultural associations and initiatives ensure the individuals from the 140 countries on campus feel a part of the community.
Regent’s University London libraries boast impressive architecture and a collection of more than 150,000 books, journals, and multimedia materials. The performing arts and sports facilities have relevant and modern amenities designed for student use. A fitness centre and squash courts are amongst some of the sports amenities. Business students enjoy the use of a business incubator, for supporting entrepreneurial students in growing their business ideas and the Trading Floor, which is equipped with Bloomberg terminals to provide students with real-time financial data and news.
The College Hall is the main hall of residence at Regent's University London. It offers en-suite rooms, studios, and apartments for students. The Garden Halls are situated on campus to provide a contemporary student experience, with en-suite rooms and studio apartments available. Tuke House is a small, on-campus residence offering en-suite rooms for postgraduate students only.
Many international students choose to live in homestay programs with local host families who can help them refine their understanding of the English language and ingratiate themselves with the local community. The University can also assist in finding private rental accommodation.
According to official QS rankings, London still retains its pole position as the best city in the world to be a student. Regent’s University London is ideally placed in close proximity to the infamous Baker Street on the Metropolitan Line. London is one of the most famous cities in the world, with a nightlife that includes different styles of clubbing, many pubs, and eateries.
The acceptance rate is 86% for Regent’s University London.
Regent’s University London has a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs in fields such as business, management, law, psychology, film, and media.
The student-to-faculty ratio at Regent’s University London is 11:1.
A community of over 30,000 alumni from more than 170 countries is represented at Regent’s University London.