Set in the heart of the UK’s vibrant capital, Regent’s is a superb place in which to live and study, just minutes away from all that this world-class city has to offer. Studying abroad can be of huge benefit when it comes to developing your interpersonal skills and increasing your career prospects. Come to our beautiful central London campus and find out what Regent’s can offer you.
Read our brochure on why you should make Regent's your choice for study abroad.
You can join us for a term in either the autumn or spring, or for an intensive summer programme.
We welcome applications from students nominated through our partnership network, as well as applications from independent study abroad students who wish to study at Regent's for a short period of time as part of their degree.
Apply for our Study Abroad and Exchange programme
We are currently accepting applications for the Spring 2023 term, starting in January 2023.
If you are applying via an institution that is part of our partnership network, or via an agent, please speak with your coordinator and they will be able to assist you with your application.
If you are a free-mover applying independently, please enquire now and we can send you the link to the online application.
Spring 2023 deadlines
|Nominations from partner institutions|
|Opening date||13 September 2022|
|Closing date||21 October 2022|
|Closing date*||28 October 2022|
*If you submit your application by this deadline, your place on our study abroad and exchange programme will be guaranteed, provided entry requirements are met and all required documents are submitted. Late applications can be considered on a case-by-case basis.
2022/23 Study Abroad tuition fees*
|Undergraduate tuition fee per academic term||£9,250|
|Postgraduate tuition fee per academic term||£9,750|
*Please note that discounts might apply for students applying from within our partnership network. Please also note that you won’t be required to pay any tuition fees to Regent’s if you are applying via the Exchange programme.
Nomination process for Spring term 2023
If you're applying via an institution that's part of our partnership network, or via an agent, you'll need to be nominated by your home university or agent to take part in our study abroad and exchange programme. Your home university/agent should fill out this nomination chart and return to [email protected] by Friday 21 October 2022.
Please note: Free-movers not studying at one of the institutions in our partnership network and applying independently are not required to complete this step. Please enquire now and we can send you the link to the online application form.
Application process for Spring term 2023
When the nomination has been received and accepted, you'll receive an email from our team with an application link and instructions.
You will need to have the following documents ready to upload during the online application:
- Copy of an official updated academic transcript
- Copy of passport (photo page only) or ID card
- Personal statement (only for free-movers applying independently or via an agent)
- Proof of English: a copy of one of these English language tests – please also refer to the UKVI website for more information and exceptions.
If documents are not issued in English, we require both the original and an official English translation.
Choosing your modules
You must include your module choices in your application in order of preference. The new module lists for Spring 2023 are available on the Study Abroad and Exchange Modules page.
What happens next?
You will receive your offer letter within 4 weeks of submitting your application, provided all documents have been received by the application deadline.
To accept your offer, you'll be required to pay a 1000 GBP deposit (1-term programme) or 4000 GBP (2-term programme) at the time of acceptance.
If your home institution pays Regent’s on your behalf, you'll have the option to accept or decline your offer in the student online portal. If you accept your offer, your home university will be invoiced for the full deposit amount.
We also recommend you apply for on-campus housing as soon as possible. You'll need a student ID number to complete your on-campus housing application, which you'll receive after submitting your study abroad/exchange application.
Study Abroad and Exchange Modules
You should choose your modules when completing the online application. The maximum credit load allowed for each academic term (spring and autumn) is 30 ECTS. It is your home university’s responsibility to determine the credits’ equivalency.
|Regent's Credit Points|
|60 UK Credits||30 ECTS|
You can pick modules from all subject areas (Acting, Business & Management, Fashion, Film Production, Finance, Interior Design, Liberal Arts, Media & Advertising, Psychology, Psychotherapy, UX Design) but it's recommended to take modules from the same area and level (year) to minimise timetable clashes.
Please read the instructions in the module lists carefully before choosing your modules. Please also ensure you use the correct PDF list corresponding to your level of study and the academic term you will be spending at Regent's.
Regent’s offers on-campus accommodation in Reid Hall residence.
A meal allowance is included in the accommodation cost and is issued on the student’s ID card. This is a declining debit system and can be used to buy food or non-alcoholic drinks from the food outlets on campus. You can top up credit at your own cost.
You will receive the housing application link as part of the study abroad and exchange application package. A Regent’s student ID number is required to complete your housing application, which you will receive after completing your study abroad application.
"The campus is a hidden paradise in the beautiful city of London. Regent’s is a big community that you start to feel part of as soon as you first walk in. Everyone is very friendly, and the University is keen on making everyone feel at home. There are a lot of events on campus where you can meet new people and enjoy your time. This experience helped me in the process of building a solid CV while enjoying my time in a city which is incredibly dynamic and full of opportunities for young people. International mobility really opens your mind and broadens your horizons."
Luigi Sacco, University of Bologna, Italy
"I was interested in having the opportunity to study in London, because it’s one of the most important cities in the world in relation to my studies in financial services. Studying abroad gave me the possibility of meeting people from all over the world and knowing different cultures and ways of teaching. I’ve enjoyed the free tours organised by Regent’s, to know even more London and its culture."
Matias Modugno, University of CEMA, Argentina