Since its establishment in 1984, Regent's University in London has grown to include 3600 students from 130 different countries. With only 15% of the student body hailing from the UK, the staff are experts at helping international students adjust to life at the college and in London. Furthermore, the student-faculty ratio of fourteen to one guarantees students receive the focused attention they need to succeed in their respective fields. Undergraduate students are able to choose from a variety of degrees in business and management, fashion and design, film, media, liberal arts, humanities, or psychology. Postgraduate degrees are also available in each of these areas, and doctoral students can
choose from different research degrees in business, management, humanities, or social sciences. The Regent's campus includes all the amenities a university student needs for success and enjoyment, including a library, a student union, sports and exercise facilities, club sports, and a residence hall that overlooks the lake and the park.
The university campus is ideally situated inside the Regent's Park, next to Queen Mary's Rose Gardens and the Regent's Park Open Air Theater. This gives students access to all sorts of community events, concerts, plays, and plenty of green spaces for relaxation and study. Madame Tussaud's and the Sherlock Holmes Museum are just across the street. Other key London attractions, such as Hyde Park, Piccadilly Circus, and the British Museum, are within a 30 minute walk from campus, and the London Tube System makes it easy for students to reach further destinations such as Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, Big Ben, and Westminster Abbey. Regent's offers a perfect British experience in one of the loveliest neighborhoods of London.
Cultured, cosmopolitan, and effortlessly cool, London is a city that doesn't sleep. The British capital is not only one of the world’s most visited cities, but is one of the most diverse. The city truly has something for everyone. Those looking to discover England’s traditional charms can stroll through Westminster Abbey, watch the Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace, or take a red double-decker bus tour around the city. Art and history lovers can check off famous institutions su
ch as the British Museum and the National Gallery, while foodies can tuck into artisan delicacies at Borough Market, Brick Lane. A ride on the London Underground will take you to East London’s hip neighborhoods, the waterfront district of Greenwich, colorful markets, and top universities.