Geoffrey Robertson, QC the human rights advocate and United Nations judge, Kathy Lette the pioneering author and autism rights champion, and Ian Mehrtens, who is an active supporter of LGBT rights, are to receive Honorary Senior Fellow Awards at Regent’s University London’s Graduation ceremonies this week.
More than 1,000 Regent’s students will be graduating over three days (14, 15, 16 July) in ceremonies taking place at St Marylebone Parish Church, London, which will celebrate the achievements of students from Regent’s American College London; School of Fashion & Design; School of Psychotherapy & Psychology; School of Drama, Film & Media; Business School London, and the European Business School.
It will also honour the contributions made to the University by its guest speakers including Ian Mehrtens, who was the University’s Pro Chancellor and Chairman of the Board. He is now Chief Operating Officer at London South Bank University.
The University’s new MA in International Human Rights Law was recently developed in association with Geoffrey Robertson, QC, who is a visiting lecturer on the programme and offers a unique opportunity to be guided by special guests from the renowned Doughty Street Chambers alongside our talented team of academics.
Looking forward to the summer ceremonies, Vice-Chancellor of Regent’s University London, Professor Aldwyn Cooper wished the graduates the greatest success and said:
“Graduation are the highlight of our academic year. Our graduates pursue new challenges across the globe and join a remarkable and supportive community of over 15,800 former Regent’s students living and working in 158 countries.
"With a network of over 40 Regent’s Clubs in cities all over the world, we hope that our graduates will stay part of our alumni community which will welcome them wherever they go.”
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