Regent's American College London (RACL), offers American undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes awarded by Webster University, St. Louis, USA.
Our BA degrees in arts, business and humanities combine both practical and theoretical study.
We also offer a range of postgraduate degrees covering business, management, international relations and media communications, and the longest-running American MBA in London.
As part of the Webster University network, RACL students can participate in study abroad at other Webster University sites around the globe.
Webster University was founded in 1915 in Saint Louis, Missouri. Today, it is a leader in international education. It is the only Tier-One, private, non-profit, U.S.-based university with a network of international campuses in North America, Europe and Asia. Since 1994, Regent’s University London (then Regent's College London) has worked in partnership with the University to offer Webster’s undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in London. Upon graduation, these students earn a Webster University degree.
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Last updated: 02 April 2014
An open day is the best way to find out more about Regent's University London.
Regent's is pleased to be hosting a Postgraduate open evening on Wednesday, 8 October. The event will be a wonderful opportunity for you to find out more about postgraduate studies at Regent's.
I started my Masters degree in International Relations through the St. Louis campus of Webster. My second term of study was at the London campus and within the first week of being at Regent’s, I decided that I wanted to finish my studies through the Webster-Regent's International Relations program.