The unique personal and practical approach to education offered by Regent’s University London has attracted full-time and exchange students from Germany for many years. German is currently in the top 5 nationalities at Regent’s.
As a multi-national and multi-cultural institution Regent’s University London has become adept at relating to students from a variety of backgrounds. We understand that moving to another country, even one that speaks the same language, can be intimidating. That’s why our staff are available for questions and the Student Union provide a wide range of activities to help new students integrate into the university and to learn about London in general.
The majority of students live off campus after their first semester, after which they share apartments with their new friends. This gives students the chance for independence and the thrill of living in Central London, surrounded by museums, theatres, great food and the occasional football match.
NB: Please make an application through one route only to avoid confusion and duplication.
* Abitur applicants for the US-style programmes may be eligible for transfer credit towards their chosen BA degree.
* Certain programmes, such as MSc Finance and MSc Oil & Gas Trade Management will require higher grades and will specify specific undergraduate modules to have been completed. Please refer to individual programme pages to confirm requirements.
Any student who does not hold a European Union passport will need to apply for a Tier 4 student visa.
For students with US nationality this is a fairly straightforward process, as the United States is considered a low-risk country.
Note: Visas cannot be applied for before gaining an unconditional offer for a programme AND obtaining a CAS number, which is issued by Regent's. Details about this process will be explained when you receive your offer.
Regent’s University London staff travel to Germany throughout the year and we aim to let you know when we will be in your area.
Regent’s University London has over 700 alumni living in Germany and currently holds Regent’s Club alumni meetings in 5 different cities:
Last updated: 11 June 2015