Welcome Events

Welcome from the Student Union and Student Services Department at Regent’s University London. Each term we work hard to prepare a series of events to enhance your student experience at Regent's and in London.

Don't miss the biggest events during your first two weeks at Regent's.


Freshers' Fair 

We have two Welcome Fairs during the January induction period, for both our Undergraduate and Postgraduate students.

What is Freshers' Fair?

Freshers' Fair is a welcome event for our students. There will be a range of exhibitor stalls including, Regent's departments and local companies providing fun activities, information, competitions and giveaways to give you the best student experience. For new students it's the best way to start your time at Regent's University London.

At the Freshers' Fair you will be able to sign up to Regent's Sports teams, join our range of different societies, and meet the Student Union who can show you all of the student activities on offer to you.

Undergraduate Freshers' Fair 

Thursday 17 January
13:30 - 16:00
Tuke Common Room

Undergraduate Welcome Drinks 

Thursday 17 January
17:00 - 19:00
Tuke Common Room

Postgraduate Welcome Fair

Thursday 24 January
14:30 - 16:00
Knapp Gallery

Postgraduate Welcome Drinks

Thursday 24 January
17:00 - 19:00
Knapp Gallery


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Student Union events

Some events will need to be booked through the Student Union's Facebook page.

We can’t wait to meet you!

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For more information on life at Regent's and in London, take a look at our Essentials guide.

Throughout induction week, our Student Union will be giving students campus tours. Meet the SU team in the in the main reception after your registration! 

Our campuses in Regent's Park (main campus) and Marylebone High Street are a short walk from each other and are easily accessible by public and private transport.

Alternatively, campus tours can be organised directly through Student Services.

Please view the walking map here, further directions can be found via the how to find us page.

Our campuses in Regent's Park (main campus) and Marylebone High Street are a short walk from each other.

For the Marylebone site, cross the road at the traffic lights at York Gate. Turn left and then first right into Marylebone High Street. Turn right into Paddington Street, approximately five minutes’ walk along the high street, and the University entrance is at number 60. Total journey time approximately 10 minutes.


Be a part of Regent’ Sport

Compete in the best UK University Regional and National competitions.


We are proud to have five competitive clubs:

Men’s Basketball

Men’s Football

Mixed Volleyball


Women’s Basketball 

Our teams compete in different national and regional university leagues and tournaments including; British University College Sports (BUCS), London University Sports League (LUSL) and the School University Polo Association (SUPA).


Regent’s Sports Teams Training Schedule 

Men’s Football

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20:00 – 22:00

Christ College Finchley End Rd, N2 0SE

Mixed Volleyball

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19:00 – 21:00

Benwell Road Gym, London N7 8DB

Women’s Basketball


18:00 – 19:30

Benwell Road Gym, N7 8DB

Men’s Basketball


19:30 – 20:45

Benwell Road Gym, N7 8DB


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Wednesday and Friday


Cool Hooves Polo, Windsor SL4 4TH

Training sessions take place over fall and spring semesters


If you are interested in joining, please email the Sports Officer sportandfitness@regents.ac.uk






We love to support and celebrate our teams sporting achievements

Our Men’s Football team finished top of the division two LUSL league for the 2017/2018 season; after an impressive season of consecutive wins. The 2018/2019 season will spark the inception of our new Men’s football second team and the club’s participation in the BUCS Southeastern League, for the first time in Regent’s history.

Our Men’s Basketball team reached the LUSL Cup Final for the 2017/ 2018 season, where they narrowly missed out on claiming the title. This was the first Regent’s team to ever progress this far and reach the LUSL cup final match. 

Our Polo teams compete in Winter and Summer SUPA National tournaments. In the 2017/ 2018 Winter Nationals Regent’s had both a beginner and Lower Intermediate team competing in the tournament.  This was the first time Regent’s had two teams enter for the University Nationals Tournament. In partnership with the Federation of International Polo, Regent’s offers two Polo Scholarships places each year for new and current excelling polo playing students.

Our Women’s basketball team is one of the newest teams that joined Regent’s Sport for the 2017/2018, funded by Sport England. This team was our first female only competitive sports team that have represented Regent’s in LUSL competitions.





University Playing and Training Kit

We are proud to have Surridge Sport as our official kit partner for all our sports clubs.

Students that represent Regent's in sports fixtures will be provided with our unique playing kit. There are opportunities for students to purchase additional training wear, by visiting the Surridge Sport online shop.

 Online Shop


“The best way to move, have fun, de-stress and make new friends!”

Winner of the Regent's Innovation Award 2018.

“Be-active” is our on campus recreational sports programme focused on beginners students to encourage them to give sports a go. There are no membership fees and all the sessions are free for all students. Students can book their place for Zumba, Yoga, Cardio tennis and … much more.

Be-active is beyond simply offering sports in our beautiful wellbeing studio but rather to promote a very positive approach to engaging with fitness. The success of the programme has led to a wider range of trendy, engaging and dynamic classes…stay tuned!  

The positive drive of Be-active will continue to enhance the student experience and general students’ wellbeing.

Look out for Be Active Regent’s sessions across campus. These free sessions are open to all students

Find out more on the  Student Hub  



Trips and Activities 

Throughout the year there are many different university trips and activities for you to get involved in.  Our events and activities programme is complied of free and paid trips for you to join and enjoy. 

Our free trips are a great way to get to know and discover London, whilst ticking off those places that you have always wanted to see! 

But, if you want to venture further a field, you can join our variety of paid trips and excursions that will take you to different locations in the UK and Europe!


To find out more visit the Student Life Facebook Page 


Spring Free Trips 2019


Friday 25th January 

  • Goldsmiths Centre Farringdon &  Hatton Garden

  • A Walk through historic Hatton Garden,home to the jewellery industry since the C19th, find out where to scrap gold at the days best price, buy gemstones to fit rings, then we visit the Goldsmiths centre to look at current displays of jewellery and perhaps visit a workshop to see how things are made.


Friday 1st February 

  • Imperial War Museum and Lambeth Walk

  • The Imperial War Museum exhibition " Turning Points" Explore key moments of the Second World War through people’s lives and the objects on display, such as the Enigma Machine , which helped crack codes Axis codes, and poignant reminders of lives left behind 


Sunday 10th February 

  •  Pimlico Fashionista Bootsale and Thames Path Walk

  • On Sundays at 11.30am the fashionable place to be is in Pimlico where the great and good come to sell their cast offs.It's a great fleamarket, good for jewellery 7 vintage , after we will walk along the river to visit Tate Britain home to many great paintings from Gainsborough to Hockney


Friday 15th February 

  • Two Temple Place and Somerset House 

  • Originally the home of C19th millionaire Jacob Astor , this lovingly restored house shows thoughtful exhibition s showcasing works from museums around the country this spring the show is called" " after we visit Somerset House for a major fashion week event ,For London Fashion Week February 2019, the showcase has a new format. For the first time, 16 selected designers from across the globe will showcase a series of compelling installations to represent their respective country.



Friday 22nd February 

  • Museum of Childhood Bethnal Green 

  • Located in Bethnal Green,East London, the museum of childhood houses a wonderful collection of bygone toys games and dolls houses [some quite spooky!]from all over the world, this spring exhibition is all about a "Pirates" in literature


 Friday 1st March

  • Afternoon Tea Experience Make and Bake your own scones 

  • We will visit Twinings in the Strand which is the oldest Tea Shop in England, to learn about tea and return to the college where we will learn about old teapots. 

  • We will make and bake scones from an old recipe, to serve to your friends which will amaze them!


Friday 8th March 

  • Knights of the Order of St John in Clerkenwell and Walk

  • Mysterious! The Order of St John's Museum in Clerkenwell a white eight-pointed cross on a black background, is an international symbol of first aid, known as St John's Ambulance. The cross was also worn by the first Knights in the hospital in Jerusalem and St John's Gate was their home in London.


Friday 15th March 

  • A visit to Alexander Palace for amazing views over London, where BBC Television was first broadcast in England in 1936. 

  • We will also walk apart of the route of the old railway line to Crouch Hill, and then visit Crouch End's thrift stores and the historic, The Queens, a hymn to 19th Century pub design. 


Saturday 23rd March 

  • We will visit the great Fleamarket, after taking a look at the thrift stores of West Hampstead/Golders Green with a stop for lunch at a cafe. Then a bus to the top of Hampstead Health and a walk down into historic Hampstead Village. 


Thursday 28th March

  • A guided walk around the scenic Walthamstow Wetlands Centre. Home to a range of wildlife from waterfowl to rare birds of prey. 

  • Nearby the William Morris gallery, home to the designer who profoundly challenged ideas in the late 19th Century and early 20th Century and still influences modern designs today.