Promoting effective language learning and development is a central part of the University’s international focus and our English Language Centre provides a wide range of courses at a variety of levels throughout the year.
We offer general English, academic English, English with additional subjects, one-to-one tuition, bespoke courses for individuals and groups, pre-sessional courses and internship programmes, as well as training for English language teachers.
Our highly qualified teaching staff (80% have master’s-level teaching qualifications – DELTA or above) have a wide range of international experience. We maintain a maximum class size of 15, so that students benefit from a highly personalised and interactive approach to learning.
Located at the University’s Regent’s Park campus, our students benefit from a superb central London location and being part of a truly international community. More than 140 nationalities are represented among students on campus, which makes for an exciting and stimulating place to study, with plenty of valuable networking opportunities.
Being part of the University means that students can benefit from the superb facilities and activities on offer, both on and off campus. This includes a varied social and recreational programme, restaurants, library, shops, bars, sporting facilities and on-campus accommodation, as well as a friendly dedicated support team and welfare officer.
Our students enjoy the best of both worlds, being located in a Royal Park, in the centre of London. As well as having the unrivalled peace and beauty of the park, they have all the fascinating and exciting sights and experiences that London has to offer on their doorstep, including the West End theatres and shopping, free museums and art galleries and famous London landmarks.
We arrange everything for English language students; from the initial visa support, airport transfers, accommodation service (home-stay or student residence), and have an excellent welfare support team.
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 socialise, relax, exercise, be creative and get involved. Students at the English Language Centre can join in with our scheduled social activities and also have the option to join in with our University activities.
As well as the many activities on campus, you will be ideally placed to explore all that London, the UK and Europe has to offer.
The leisure programme includes both free and paid activities and is led by our teachers and in-house staff.
Examples are weekly sports activities eg volleyball and football on campus, a regular film night in the on-campus cinema and, weather permitting, London walks. There are also regular visits to London museums, a coffee and cake club, plus a weekly pub night (note that students pay for special exhibitions and pub food/drinks). During the summer months we offer a fortnightly free BBQ lunch as a way to socialise.
Other leisure activities are priced according to the admission price for the chosen activity/period eg musicals, London attractions etc. Approximate minimum prices for chargeable teacher-led off-campus visits are £12 per visit to a West End cinema, £15 for the London Eye and river cruises and theatre musicals prices vary from £20-£40.
You are also able to book your own weekend trips with our provider for a minimum of £35 per trip to many UK locations.
We would be delighted to welcome you to the English Language Centre. Our staff can give you a tour of our beautiful campus and talk to you about our English courses. If you would like to book an appointment please contact us using the form below and we will be in touch to arrange.
For further information please contact us at email@example.com or call +44 (0) 20 7487 7489.
The English Language Centre is based in the Regent's Park (at the main Regent's University London campus).
Regent’s Park campus
Inner Circle, Regent’s Park
London NW1 4NS
Tel +44 (0)20 7487 7505
Online applications have to be submitted two weeks before the start of the course
The length of the course varies depending on the individual’s learning needs. You can study for a minimum of 2 weeks and the maximum is 48 weeks.
Morning Classes 09:15 – 12.15 (15 minute scheduled break)
Afternoon Classes: 13:15 – 16:00 (15 minute scheduled break)
If you’re uncertain about your English level we will issue you a placement test for you to complete and return to us to assess your level and suitability for our English language courses.
Let us know the following:
15 student’s maximum per class
You will receive a textbook at the beginning of your course.
You will receive a course completion certificate if you attended 80% of all your classes
Yes, the English Language Centre provide a range of social programme activities for our students to get involved with from weekly social nights, volleyball, football to organised trips and tours.
Course fees are to be paid via the website either by credit or debit payment only.
Please note all fees must be paid two weeks prior to course start date
If you have paid your fees before joining the course, refunds will only applicable if you cancel two weeks prior to the beginning of your course (excluding your course deposit).
At the English Language Centre we offer a wide range of accommodation to suit all our student’s needs. We use an agency to provide accommodation for student needs.
Housing application fee: £50
Stays must begin/end on Saturdays/Sundays – extra nights charged pro-rata
£210 per week (standard zone 2)
£185 per week (standard zone 3)
£175 per week (standard zone 4 & 5)
Under 18’s supplement of £15 per week
£185 per week (standard zone 2)
£145 per week (standard zone 3)
£135 per week (standard zone 4&5)
Note: There may be more than four students sharing the home
Private home Pictures
1-13 weeks £290 per week
13+ weeks £285 per week
Beaumont Court Pictures
Standard single £250 per week
Standard single (en-suite) £260 per week
Superior single (en-suite) £270 per week
Studio (en-suite) £300 per week
Britannia South Bank Pictures
Standard 1-13 weeks - £262 per week
Standard 13+ weeks - £250 per week
Superior 1-13 weeks - £283 per week
Superior 13+ weeks - £273 per week
Tufnell House Pictures
£490 per week /single room
£412 per week / shared room
Important: All student residences have limited availability. We cannot guarantee places in any of the residences. You must check with us first. Please send your request as early as possible and state a first and second choice.
Reid Hall Pictures
Additional person £25 extra
- Head of English Language Centre
- Associate Director of Regent’s Institute of Languages and Culture
Julian has been in ELT for 25 years as a teacher, trainer and manager. He has worked in Europe, Africa, South America, the Middle East and Asia. He is now the Associate Director of the Institute of Languages and Culture at Regent's University London where he oversees the English language teaching and training programmes for the English language Centre and for the under-graduate and post-graduate programmes
Julian’s interests outside of work include enjoying going to the cinema and theatre, gardening and walking in the countryside.
- Director of Studies
Monika obtained an MA in Applied Linguistics from Warsaw University in 2007 and taught English as a Foreign Language in the private education sector in Poland. Before moving to the UK, she lived in Australia where she completed a course in Business Management. In London, Monika obtained the Cambridge CELTA and DELTA qualifications and continued her TEFL teaching before moving into academic management. In the meantime, she also worked with international students in welfare and student services roles. She joined Regent’s as a Director of Studies in August 2016.
Monika's interests include second language acquisition, intercultural communication, teacher development and training as well as management and leadership.
- Senior EFL Teacher
Elise has been Senior English Language Teacher at Regent’s University London since the spring of 2012. Previously, she taught English at private language colleges in Manchester and in Rome. She also taught in secondary schools in Manchester for three years.
Elise is a keen swimmer and loves to swim outdoors – even in London where the water can be very cold. She loves learning languages and has studied French, Russian, Italian and German, and is planning to try Spanish or Arabic in the future. She is also a music-lover and sings with a choir in South London.
- Senior EFL Teacher
Jamie started teaching in 2010, for a small language school in central London, before joining Regent’s in 2013.
Jamie enjoys thrashing people on FIFA, watching (good) US TV series, reading about science and current events, and spending time with his wife and three cats, Moke, Miguel and Money. He supports Liverpool FC, something which is sometimes amazing, but mostly terrible.
- Senior EFL Teacher
John has been an English language teacher in the private, FE and HE sectors since 2002. Apart from this role, he also has experience in writing course books as well as course curricula for general English and pre-sessional English courses. He is currently involved in a language-teaching research project.
John is a passionate musician in his spare time. He plays a number of instruments and has just started to learn the trumpet. He is also occasionally involved in co-organising art shows as well as making his own art works.
- Senior EFL Teacher
Olivia has been an EFL teacher teaching at all levels, including Cambridge suite exams for 2 years as well as working as a Director of Studies for 8 years. Alongside this Olivia has worked as a part-time Japanese tutor for Hounslow Adult Education Services (beginners up to GCSE level) for 6 years.
She has also given a talk at the English UK Teachers Conference and been a training facilitator at the London Languages Network Event.
Olivia likes independent travel; destinations include South America, Australia, the Middle East, the Far East, West Africa, North Africa, the Indian subcontinent, Easter Island and Cuba. Watching films, particularly world cinema, reading and loves London, but being out in the countryside is very important to her too – part of the reason why I love working here as you get the best of both worlds.
- EFL Teacher
Michael spent 26 years in Italy running The British School of Ravenna followed by 4 years in Saudi Arabia running the English department for Ibn Khaldun International School, Riyadh. He returned to UK to teach at Regents University London where he has been for the last 2 years. Aside from that he has worked variously as a mini cab driver, meat porter in Smithfield market, van driver, Unigate milkman, north sea gas pipeline worker and others too numerous to mention.
Michael spends most of his weekends ferrying various daughters from one place to another and in his free time likes cycling, swimming, reading crime novels and playing blues guitar.
- Senior EFL Teacher
Richard has been teaching at Regent’s since 2012. After graduating, Richard taught English at Akademi Istanbul and also taught private students in Istanbul. He then returned to England and before arriving at Regent’s Richard taught freelance at a variety of schools and colleges in London.
Richard loves London and enjoys searching out quirky galleries, museums and cafes. He enjoys playing games of strategy such as backgammon or bridge and doing cryptic crosswords. He watches quite a lot of football now that Crystal Palace is in the premiership, as well as following Surrey County Cricket Club. Richard is a big fan of the city break and loves getting out of London and visiting new places both here in the UK and further afield.
- EAP Lecturer
Chris has taught both in the UK and prior to that in Istanbul, Turkey, where he worked in-house at a number of private companies as well as the British Council, International House and in the private high school and language school sectors. Chris has worked at Regent’s since 2008.
As part of his MA research, Chris has investigated English as a Global Academic Language within the World Englishes paradigm. He has also focused on Communities of Practice and Foucauldian conceptualisations of power and its relevance to the classroom. He is also currently participating in the RILC Exploratory Practice research project.
Chris loves travel and has visited many parts of Europe, Asia and the Middle East. He is a keen football and squash player, reads widely about history and culture and can never say no to good food and great beer.
- EAP lecturer and Module Leader
Marianna joined Regent’s University in 2008. She has been teaching EFL and EAP for over 15 years. She first started teaching in Poland and has also worked for various British Council Accredited Schools in London and as a lecturer at University of the Arts, London. Since joining Regent’s, Marianna has been lecturing on BAM and RILC courses and designing and delivering various workshops for staff and students across the university. She has designed and project managed the official in-house RUL English Language Level Test. One of Marianna’s current focuses and commitments include working on a two year research project called: ‘Developing Language Teacher Research’.
Marianna is a foodie, travel enthusiast, big fan of Bill Bryson and dogs.
- Admissions Assistant
Claudia is responsible for replying to phone and email queries, processing student’s applications, and offering student support. She is also the social programme co-ordinator and books the social programme activities, creates social activities posters and keeps the social activities board up to date.
Previously Claudia worked at the LSBU accommodation office whilst studying there to achieve her degree in Business Administration.
Claudia enjoys cooking and being a caring and fun mum.
- Admissions Assistant
Helena deals with admissions for all the English language programmes at the English Language Centre. She assists student applicants at all stages of the admission process from the initial enquiry stage right through to issuing the necessary documentation for visa purposes.
Prior to joining Regent’s Helena had the opportunity of working with an international student cohort in the following institutions: London School of Accountancy and Management, a Higher Education college in the City of London and UK College of English in London’s West End. Overall she has been working in the UK education sector for 8 years.
Helena is passionate about foreign languages. She is currently learning Arabic at Regent’s. She enjoys reading poetry and a good book. Helena also likes getting to know other cultures. She has a genuine interest in other cultures as well as people of different cultural backgrounds. The interest in other cultures has helped her in her job as Admissions Assistant and she is proud to say that she has worked with students from 6 continents. This experience has made her a very open-minded person. Helena genuinely enjoy dealing with students and prospective students from all over the world.