University Guide

Regent's University London

Regent’s University London was established in the early 1980's as Regent’s College and formally became a university in 2013. It now welcomes over 3500 students every year.

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Regent's University London

The overview

The main things you need to know about studying at the Regent's University London.

  • Rankings

    As a private university it does not feature in the current, major ranking systems, but does get strong reviews on popular student ranking websites like student crowd.

  • Employability

    Amongst Regent’s University staff and students are winners of the Regent's BAGM LinkedIn Profile of the year and participants of the year 10 Employer Engagement Week.

  • Fees

    All students regardless of nationality pay a fixed fee (as of 2020/21) of £18,000/£17,500 (course depending. These are based off undergraduate degrees) for their course per year. This could potentially rise to £18,500 or £21,500 (course depending) for 20201/22 but are to be confirmed. Full prices can be found here.

  • Bursaries

    There are four scholarship and funding options available to undergraduates and three available to post graduates which range from funding for courses or the opportunity to study around the world. The list can be found here.


Room options include a small single, medium single, and large single in Reid Hall or a selection of flats in Oliver Flats. Prices in Reid hall range from £7380 a term (large single) to £5670 a term (small single). Full prices can be found here.

Students' Union

The Students’ Union offers 50 societies and 7 different sports clubs.'.

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Regent's University London Students' Union
Regent's University London Students' Union

Famous for

Alumni of Regent’s University include Prince Konstantin of Bavaria, Sir Robert Paul Reid and Ruby Wax.


The University announced on 21st October 2020 that Felicia Hjertman had secured £1 million to invest in her start up which wants to help make the fund investing space more accessible.

AFS says

"Don’t worry, London students; London is far better than the terrible clubs you visited during Fresher’s Week. Away from the Tiger Tigers and Zoos there is a whole world of fantastic nightlife and student pubs in London. Even if getting stuck to the floor of The Piccadilly Institute has sworn you off of clubbing for life, the capital offers so much to do. Plus, despite its reputation and what every parent tells you, you can afford to do it all without having to sell a single one of your kidneys, trust me".

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