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Regent’s approved to participate in US Government Student Loans Programme

Regent’s University London’s application to participate in the US Government Student Loans Programme (Title IV) has been approved by the US Federal Department of Education.

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Alumni profile – Mona Lindell

Mona will be returning to the Marylebone campus on 2 October 2014 to deliver the latest lecture in our Interior Design series.

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Anjum Anand - The authentic entrepreneur

Ahead of the EBS London 1984-94 alumni reunion we are highlighting some of our prominent alumni from these early years. The following feature was originally published in EBS London alumni magazine.

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Programme spotlight: MSc Finance

Find out how our specialised MSc Finance degree will provide you with the academic and practical training, plus the business and intercultural skills you need to succeed in Finance.

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Alumni profile - Nkemakonam Linda Guyse

Completing her MBA was only the first step on a fascinating journey for alumna Nkemakonam Linda Guyse. Since graduation she has worked hard to launch a distinctive and unique fashion collection.

Upcoming events All events

23 Oct

Joint conference: Student visas

Regent’s University London and the Home Affairs Select Committee are holding a major joint conference focused on student visas.

24 Oct

London Screenwriters' Festival 2014

Regent’s School of Drama, Film and Media is delighted to be hosting the London Screenwriters' Festival for its fifth year.

30 Oct

IdeasTap – Working in creative industries

Careers & Business Relations have partnered with IdeasTap to put together a panel of professionals from different areas of the creative industries.

03 Nov

Creating value and sharing values in a globalising world

Lord Green, former Chairman of HSBC and Government Minister will talk at Regent’s at a joint seminar with the Students Union.

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.

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