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Regent\'s University London

London, City of - United Kingdom

Overview

Regent’s is independent and not for profit. This means our sole focus is on ensuring that the standard of teaching, the quality of the environment and the student experience are all outstanding.

At our central London campus, the immediate environment and the city beyond provide a rich extension of the classroom. The historic Royal Park gives us a serene studying environment, while the very best of what London has to offer is on our doorstep.

Teaching at Regent’s is in small groups with high contact hours. So our students build a powerful relationship with their tutors. If you come and visit our campus you’ll soon detect that the ambience is comfortable, intimate, safe and supportive.  

Our University schools are specialist and world-renowned, so students who choose to study here can be sure that the education they receive will be exceptional. All of my colleagues are dedicated to ensuring that our students enjoy their time at Regent's and reach the ambitious goals that they have set themselves.

With students from 140 different nationalities, our community is truly international. It provides a cultural richness without boundaries that exchanges perspectives, shares experiences and promotes dialogue. We also have partner institutions around the world from Europe to Asia, from Africa to Australia and the Americas to the Middle East - many of our students spend time at these locations as part of their studies.

When they leave us, our graduates are able to perform confidently anywhere in the world.

Our graduates are highly sought after and attract average salaries substantially above the norm.  Our alumni now occupy key roles in a wide variety of business, commercial, media, governmental and public service organisations. We are very proud that many of them return to the university to share their experiences with students.

I hope that you will contact us to find out which of our programmes would be best for you and that I will soon welcome you into the Regent’s community.

Purpose & strategic direction

The reason for existence and our mission is: Developing tomorrow’s global leaders

What we do is to: Provide a high quality teaching environment to develop internationally-aware, innovative and employable graduates.

The University has five main strategic goals:

1.      Academic Excellence

2.      Internationalism & Global Perspective

3.      Professionalism and Employability

4.      Management and Sustainability

5.      Public Benefit

We deliver these through constant innovation, enhancement and attention to excellence and a central focus is internationalism and professionalism.  


Faculties

Business, Management and Human Resources

·         International Business - BA (Hons) with Integrated Foundation

·         International Events Management - BA (Hons) with Integrated Foundation

·         Management (Marketing) - BA 

Economics, Accounting and Finance

·         Accounting & Finance - BSc (Hons)

Fashion and Design

·         Fashion Design - BA (Hons)

·         Interior Design - BA (Hons)

Film, Drama and Acting

·         Film Studies - BA 

·         Acting & Global Theatre - BA (Hons)

·         Film, TV & Digital Media Production - BA (Hons)

Media, Marketing, Communications, PR and Events

·         Media Communications - BA 

·         Public Relations - BA 

·         Journalism - BA 

Politics, International Relations and Social Sciences

·         Art History & Criticism - BA 

·         History - BA 

·         International Relations - BA 

·         Political Science - BA 

Psychology and Psychotherapy

·         Psychology - BSc (Hons)


English Requirements


Scholarships

For detailed information please contact university.


Tution Fee

School of Undergraduate Studies 
2014 - 15 Estimated Cost of Attendance (COA) Example

Your Cost of Attendance for financial aid eligibility is based on both direct charges and indirect cost estimates.

  • Direct charges are paid to and billed by the school. These charges include tuition, fees and on-campus housing.
  • Indirect cost estimates are additional expenses you need to consider that are not charged to you by the school. These charges include books, supplies, food, personal expenses, transportation, and off-campus housing.

 

 
Housing Plans
Direct Charges
On Campus
Off Campus
With Relative
Tuition (24-36 credits/year)
$15,900
$15,900
$15,900
University Fees
$800
$740
$740
$5,730
N/A
N/A
Total Charges
$22,430
$16,640
$16,640
 
 
 
 
Indirect Cost Estimates
 
 
 
Board/Meals
$2,520
$2,520
$2,520
Books
$1000
$1000
$1000
Off-campus housing
N/A
$7,965
N/A
Personal Expenses
$1,950
$1,950
$1,950
Transportation
$1,350
$1,350
$1,350
Estimated Budget
$29,250
$31,425
$23,460
 

Graduate Programs
2014 - 15 Estimated Costs

Your Cost of Attendance for financial aid eligibility is based on both direct charges and indirect cost estimates.

  • Direct charges are paid to and billed by the university. These charges include tuition, fees and on-campus housing.
  • Indirect cost estimates are additional expenses you need to consider that are not charged to you by the school. These charges include books, supplies, food, personal expenses, transportation, and off-campus housing.
  • Estimates are based on full-time enrollment. For financial aid purposes, full-time enrollment for a two-semester program includes nine credits taken in the fall semester and nine credits taken in the spring semester. For three-semester programs, the estimates include nine credits taken in the fall semester, nine credits taken in the spring semester, and 6 credits taken in the summer semester. Please Note: Some programs require more than the aforementioned basic, full-time enrollment requirements and the estimates below will include that information.

 

DIRECT CHARGES
 
Graduate Programs (Full Time)
Tuition
Fees
Annual Total

Communications - M.A./MFA (CTV)

(18 credits @ $685/credit; 2 Semesters)

$12,330
$1,660
$13,990

Communications - MFA (Acting)

(18 credits @ $885/credit; 2 Semesters)

$15,930
$2,830
$18,760

Communications - M.A. (Accelerated)

(30 credits @ $685/credit; 3 semesters)

$20,550
$2,690
$23,240

Communications - Ph.D.

(18 credits @ $885/credit; 3 Semesters)

$15,930
$1,890
$17,820

Divinity & Theology - M.A./M.Div.

(18 credits @ $495/credit; 2 Semesters)

$8,910
$545
$9,455

Divinity & Theology - D.Min

(18 credits @ $525/credit; 3 Semesters)

$9,450
$775
$10,225

Divinity & Theology - Ph.D.

(18 credits @ $650/credit; 3 Semesters)

$11,700
$775
$12,475

Education - Career Switcher

(18 credits @ $235/credit; 2 Semesters)

$4,230
$460
$4,690

Education - M.Ed.

(27 credits @ $575/credit; 3 Semesters)

$15,525
$690
$16,215

Education - Educational Specialist

(30 credits @ $690/credit; 3 Semesters)

$20,700
$690
$21,390

Education - Ph.D./Ed.D

(18 credits @ $870/credit; 3 Semesters)

$15,660
$690
$16,350

Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship - MBA

(24 credits @ $650/credit; 3 Semesters)

$15,600
$690
$16,290

Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship - MOL

(24 credits @ $650/credit; 3 Semesters)

$15,600
$690
$16,290

Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship - MSF

(24 credits @ $710/credit; 3 Semesters)

$17,040
$690
$17,730

Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship - Ph.D./DSL

(18 credits @ $995/credit; 3 Semesters)

$17,910
$690
$18,600

Government

(18 credits @ $650/credit; 2 Semesters)

$11,700
$460
$12,160

Law - J.D.

(31 credits @ $1,125/credit; 2 Semesters)

$34,875
$460
$35,335

Law - LLM

(24 credits @ $833/credit; 2 semesters

$19,992
$460
$20,452

Law - M.A.

(30 credits @ $650/credit; 2 semesters)

$19,500
$460
$19,960

Psychology & Counseling - M.A. (HSC)

(30 credits @ 595/credit; 3 Semesters)

$17,850
$690
$18,540

Psychology & Counseling - M.A.

(24 credits @ $710/credit; 3 Semesters)

$17,040
$690
$17,730

Psychology & Counseling - Ph.D.

(18 credits @ $780/credit; 3 Semesters)

$14,040
$690
$14,730

Psychology & Counseling - Psy.D.

(34 credits @ $780/credit; 3 Semesters)

$26,520
$690
$27,210