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Clearing 2014

If you’re looking to start an undergraduate programme this Autumn we still have a range of opportunities for you to choose from and are extending our opening hours for Clearing.

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Regent’s now accepts applications through The Common Application

Regent’s University London now accepts applications through The Common Application for undergraduate programmes.

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Deputy Vice Chancellor announcement

The Trustees and Directorate of Regent’s University London are delighted to announce the appointment of Prof. Simon Jarvis as Deputy Vice Chancellor (DVC).


UN students call for military response to ISIS and intervention on sex trafficking

Regent’s University London has completed its first Model United Nations Conference welcoming 50 students aged 14-18 from local and regional schools to take part in organised debates and challenges.


Regent’s announces exciting changes to the DPsych Counselling Psychology

Regent’s is delighted to announce that student applications are now open for the DPsych Counselling Psychology programme along with some exciting new course additions for 2014 / 2015.

Upcoming events All events

03 Sep

Certificate in Psychotherapy & Counselling - Advisory meeting

Find out more about the Certificate in Psychotherapy & Counselling at an informal advisory meeting.

18 Sep

Interior Design lecture series - Industry insight

A lecture with Paulo Pimental, Creative Director at Imagination.

19 Sep

Legacy of the First World War

A multi-disciplinary event analysing the legacy of the First World War in culture, politics and international relations.

25 Sep

Interior Design lecture series - Talking tutors

A lecture with Nick Rawcliffe, Founder of Raw Studio and Lecturer at Regent's University London.

Student spotlight

Sarah Okin

Sarah Okin

Studying at Regent's University London gives students the opportunity to collaborate with individuals from dozens of different backgrounds. Not only did we learn to communicate with people better in terms of language, but also in terms of behaviour. There’s no doubt that working with such a diverse student body prepares its students for their future careers.