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Regent's Awarded Erasmus Charter

Regent’s University London has been awarded the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) which enables participation in the Erasmus+ programme and is valid from 2014-2020.

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Regent's student wins prize in Chinese Bridge Competition

Regent's student Tim Urban attended the 13th Chinese Bridge Competition held at the British Library on 22 March and won the prize for Best Performance.

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Regent's Arts Festival 2-12 April

Regent's Arts Festival is an annual event showcasing the creativity of students and staff at the University.

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Programme spotlight: BA (Hons) International Business

Find out how this programme combines business theory with work experience, language study and study abroad to prepare you for a career as business leader, strategist and decision maker of the future.

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Programme spotlight: MA Luxury Brand Management

Would you like to work at an iconic luxury brand such as Hermès or Vogue? Our MA will equip you with the knowledge and skills to pursue a career in international luxury brand management.

Upcoming events All events

01 May

Europe in the World 2014

This year's Europe in the World Lecture on Thursday 1 May tackles the controversial subject of Migration: Facing up to a Global Challenge.

06 May

Undergraduate open day

An open day is the best way to find out more about Regent's University London. You will be able to look around our campus, talk to current students and academics and learn more about our programmes.

06 May

Getting values across: Leadership in a multi-cultural world

An exceptional and unique opportunity to meet with well known and distinguished speakers. This seminar is about living, leading and values.

06 May

Stockholm open evening

Regent's is pleased to be hosting an Open Evening in Stockholm on Tuesday, 5 May. Meet our recruitment staff, academic staff, current students, and successful alumni.

Student spotlight

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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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