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Regent’s University London has a long-standing commitment to research. We invest heavily in our research centres to enhance the vitality of the institution and refresh our programmes.
The RCRSPW initiates and supports high-quality research of national and international standing. We use contemporary methodologies to explore new and emerging topics within psychotherapy and psychology.
Our vision is to contribute to the knowledge of entrepreneurship and family business and use this for scholarship, research and enterprise purposes.
The Regent’s Centre for Transnational Business and Management (RCTBM) promotes quality research and scholarship that benefits students, researchers and the wider community beyond Regent’s University London. The Centre was initially named Regent’s Centre for Transnational Studies.
Professor Ibrahim Sirkeci uses marketing theory to unpack the potential impact of the disruption, in an editorial in the Transnational Marketing Journal.
While the world is turning to open access research as the norm for publishing research, Regent’s University London Professor of Psychology, G Neil Martin, has struck a University first.
Until now, remittances were an essential lifeline for many families living below the poverty line. A study by Professor Ibrahim Sirkeci outlines how COVID-19 puts this at risk.
When the coronavirus flipped teaching on its head, Richard Meredith swiftly created a plan.
Professor Wilson Ng, Visiting Professor in Regent's Entrepreneurship & Family Business Research Centre, has had his work accepted at three prestigious conferences this year.
Employability support is a vital part of the university experience – but support can be easier to spot for certain groups of students, according to a leading study by Regent's Professor Simon O'Leary.
Congratulations to Julia Susan Brewer, Doctoral Researcher and Trainee Counselling Psychologist, who recently received the Delegate’s Choice Award at the British Psychological Society's annual conference.
Regent’s psychology lecturer Dr Nelli Ferenczi joins panel of speakers at All Party Parliamentary Group meeting on the impact of internet trolling.