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Trainee Counselling Psychologists on Regent’s DPsych, a programme accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS) and approved by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), have scooped the majority of research poster prizes at the BPS Division of Counselling Psychology’s (DCoP) annual national conference held in July 2021.
Dora Martynyuk, a recent BA (Hons) Film & Screen graduate, has scooped the awards for Best Short Film and for Best Female Director at the London Independent Film Awards this week.
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Liberal Studies (Media & Communications) alumna, Zee Oweis, now a doctoral student in Scotland, shares her memories of Regent's and how it prepared her to stand out in internships, fellowships and first-time jobs.
What knowledge, skills and capabilities should be prioritised for university learners in the twenty-first century? That was the question posed at Knowledge Café at Regent’s University London on Wednesday 26th February 2020.
Even for seasoned professionals, working on an Oscar-winning production is a big achievement. But Carlijn Hoogstad has taken her headline film credits in her stride.
Caroline graduated Regent’s with a BA (Hons) International Business with Spanish.
Professor Stephen Barber, Director (People) Business, Finance & Entrepreneurship, has published a new book: Reclaiming the Revolution: Extraordinary Adventures in Politics and Leadership at the Inflection Point of Industry 4.0.
A combination of academic study, clinical practice and research on this challenging and rewarding psychotherapy programme.
Vacherin at Regent’s University London has secured top spot at an annual catering awards ceremony, the University Catering Awards, for excelling in student experience and sustainablity.