How you'll learn
At Regent's you’ll have the freedom to explore your interests in a supportive and nurturing environment with interactive classes, regular one-to-one contact with tutors, specialist facilities, industry opportunities and tailored careers advice – ensuring you develop the skills, experience and confidence you need to succeed.
In year one you'll explore your critical understanding and embodiment of techniques, in year two you'll acquire competency and critical awareness of new fields such as screen acting and, in your final year, you'll consolidate your learning as you direct your energy towards future aspirations.
The majority of work you do will be collaborative – a vital part of learning to be an actor, that will greatly enhance your own work.
Find your 23-24 academic calendar here.
Contact hours: Years 1 and 2: 18 hours per week. Year 3: 12-18 hours per week.
You'll be taught by professional film and theatre actors, directors, writers and production specialists who continue to work in this sector alongside teaching. Their knowledge and experience ensure your classes are shaped by the most current industry practices.
Our academics have a wealth of experience across the world of acting – from performing at the National Theatre to staring in shows on Sky Arts and Amazon Prime. They include:
You'll also be allocated a personal tutor, who'll meet you on a one-to-one basis at various stages throughout the year to provide you with guidance and advice to support your personal and professional development.
Plus, you'll benefit from regular guest speakers – from Hollywood actors to award-winning directors and producers. Past speakers include:
- Casting directors Simone Pereira Hind and Ben Cogan
- Emmy award-winning and BAFTA nominated TV directors
- Guest directors Gael Le Cornec and Jonathan Holloway
Throughout the course, you'll be expected to undertake extra reading, personal research and reflection, as well as preparing work for workshops and working collaboratively with students in preparation for assessment.
Method of assessment
Your skills and knowledge will be assessed via presentations, group work, screenings, public performances and mock auditions, as well as reflective essays, personal research and critical analyses of aspects of the film, television and theatre industries.
We welcome and support students with a wide range of disabilities and health concerns, including learning difficulties, visual and hearing impairments, mental health difficulties, autism conditions, mobility difficulties and temporary or chronic health conditions.
Our Student Support & Welfare team is here to support you. We ask that you speak with us as early as possible to enable us to support you. Find out more about our disability support and contact us.