Regent's is an independent, not-for-profit university offering British and American undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. The main campus lies in a royal park in the heart of London, one of Europe’s most exciting cities. Our second campus is a short 10-minute walk away in London’s Marylebone village.
We are one of the most internationally diverse campuses, with students representing more than 140 nationalities worldwide. Our 4,500 students have unparalleled opportunities to make international friends and build global professional networks for the future.
Our high-quality and global teaching environment helps to enhance your employability, making you an internationally aware and innovative professional.
We are a not-for-profit institution, which means that all surplus is reinvested back into the University for the benefit of your experience.
Regent’s University London offers both British and American degree programmes in a wide range of fields, including business and management, psychology, drama, film and media, arts and social sciences, fashion and design.
Qualifications range from foundation level through to bachelors’, masters’ and doctoral degrees.
Our students benefit from high levels of personal attention, regular contact with their tutors and contemporary academic programmes.
Many of our undergraduate programmes offer the opportunity to study abroad, enabling you to experience a truly international dimension to your education.
We emphasise the practical application of academic learning, offering diverse opportunities for you to develop your skills, both inside and outside the classroom.
Working closely with international business leaders ensures that our programmes reflect the latest global developments in industry.
We provide university-managed accommodation – on and off campus, as well as assistance in arranging private accommodation.
The amount of University housing available is limited, so apply early.
University-managed accommodation: on campus
Our halls of residence are set in the beautiful, leafy grounds of our Regent's Park campus, looking out over the gardens, lake and surrounding park.
Options include single, twin, and triple rooms, most with shared bathroom and kitchenette facilities.
University-managed accommodation: off campus
The University also manages a range of accommodation close to campus, in either local apartments or residence halls that offer easy access to the University. We aim to ensure that all locations provide an excellent standard of housing.
We offer a number of scholarships and bursaries to help with the cost of tuition fees. You can also apply for external loans, sponsorship, or other funding opportunities to help finance your studies.
Funding opportunities include:
As part of our public benefit commitment, we aim to ensure that no student should be deterred from applying to Regent’s because of financial difficulties. The University offers a number of means-tested bursaries each year for full-time study on undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
European Business School London International Scholarship
Two half-scholarships cover half the fees for one standard programme duration, and one full scholarship covers the full fees for a standard programme duration. Scholarships are awarded through a competition process. Available for specific programmes.
Regent’s has an agreement with the Fulbright Association to fund and support US postgraduate students and US Scholars (lecturing / researching).
Kevin Spacey Foundation Scholarship
Six KSF Scholarships are available to successful applicants for the BA (Hons) Acting & Global Theatre degree. They cover the full cost of the tuition fee for the three years of the degree.
A scholarship of up to 50% of your tuition fees, awarded to students with strong academic achievements and potential. Available for specific programmes.
Visit our scholarships, bursaries and funding page for further information.
Outbound study abroad
Regent's offers one of the widest choices of study abroad locations of any UK institution. Our students have access to over 90 exceptional destinations that will enhance the learning experience and broaden perspectives.
Study abroad is embedded in many programmes and most Regent’s students can study abroad for at least one term as part of their degree, with other programmes offering two terms abroad.
Inbound study abroad
Each year we welcome more than 1,000 study abroad and exchange students from all over the world onto our term programmes. You have the option to join us for one or two terms in either the autumn/fall term, the spring term, or during an intensive summer programme.
We welcome applications from students nominated through our partnership network as well as applications from independent study abroad students who wish to study at Regent's for a short period of time as part of their degree. Applications are processed by the International Partnerships Office (IPO) which supports you throughout the application process and during your time at Regent’s.
More information about study abroad opportunities