COVID-19 support, advice and guidance

Keeping our community safe

We take our responsibility to keep you safe very seriously. Our campus is COVID-secure with special bio-shield protection, allowing you to focus on your studies. Teaching at Regent's continues in person in line with guidance from the Department for Education.

If you have symptoms of COVID-19 or have tested positive, you should stay at home and avoid contact with other people. When you feel better and no longer have a high temperature, you can go back to your normal routine, including attending classes. If you test positive for COVID-19, please stay at home for a minimum of 5 days - or longer if you don't feel better yet - before coming to campus.

Blossom and students on campus

Teaching on campus

Your core sessions where you interact with tutors and other students are on our beautiful campus. You also have full access to our wonderful grounds and facilities, including the Library, study spaces, and our specialist resources. 

As a student at Regent’s, you benefit from studying in the heart of London and from our strong ties to industry and the creative sector. London is our classroom, and our internships and placements give you real-world experience. Through our visiting professors and guest lecturers, you meet senior leaders from some of Britain’s foremost companies. 

We continue to provide a safe campus for you and the rest of our community, allowing you to focus on your studies. 

Geoff quote

Professor Geoff Smith
During the pandemic, our community has proven its resilience, ingenuity, perseverance and compassion. Our students have risen to every challenge, cultivating – through adversity - the very skills and attributes that tomorrow’s global leaders will need. Professor Geoff Smith, Vice-Chancellor and CEO
Tuke in summer

We're keeping you safe

Your safety is incredibly important to us. We protect our campus with rigorous daily cleaning and we regularly spray our surfaces with a bio shield coating to keep them secure. We have hand sanitiser stations around campus so your can feel safe.