Regent's University London, is one of the United Kingdom’s most respected independent universities and one of the most internationally diverse, with around 140 different student nationalities on campus—students hailing from every corner of the globe.
The university is a very special seat of learning in the region, a place which develops a special kind of individual – people who are succeeding in making a very real mark both at home and around the world.
Regent’s University London is an independent and not for profit institution. What this means is that their sole focus is on ensuring that the standard of teaching, the quality of the environment and the overall student experience are all outstanding.
At their beautiful central London campus, the immediate environment and the city beyond it provide a rich extension of the classroom. The historic Royal Park gives the school a serene studying environment, while the very best of what London has to offer is on the institution’s doorstep.
Teaching at Regent’s University London is done in small groups with high contact hours among staff and students. Because of this, the students studying here build a powerful relationship with their tutors. If you come and visit the campus as a prospective student you’ll soon detect that the ambience is comfortable, intimate, safe and supportive.
Regent’s University’s 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 the administration and faculty are dedicated to ensuring that their students fully enjoy their time at Regent's and reach the ambitious goals that they have set themselves.
With students from 140 different nationalities, the community at Regent’s is truly international. It provides a cultural richness without boundaries that exchanges perspectives, shares experiences and promotes dialogue. The school also has partner institutions around the world from Europe to Asia, from Africa to Australia and the Americas to the Middle East - many of the institution’s students spend time at these locations as part of their studies.
When leaving the university, Regent’s graduates are able to perform confidently anywhere in the world.
The graduates of the institution are highly sought after and attract average salaries that are substantially above the norm. The alumni now occupy key roles in a wide variety of business, commercial, media, governmental and public service organisations. Regent’s is very proud that many of them return to the university to share their experiences with other students.
Regent's University London: Mission Statement and Values
According to the well-laid-out website for Regent’s University London, the following represent the school’s mission statement and values:
Regent's University London seeks to be a leading, independent, not-for-profit, Higher Education Institution.
Purpose & strategic direction
The reason for the school’s existence and their mission is:
Developing tomorrow’s global leaders
What the school does is to: Provide a high quality teaching environment to develop internationally-aware, innovative and employable graduates.
The University has five main strategic goals:
- Academic Excellence
- Internationalism & Global Perspective
- Professionalism and Employability
- Management and Sustainability
- Public Benefit
Regent's University London delivers these goals through constant innovation, enhancement and a constant attention to excellence, as well as a central focus on internationalism and professionalism.
Information for International Students
Regent's University London welcomes more than 2,000 students to the University every year through their semester programs, summer school and short courses.
With over 140 nationalities represented on campus through its student body, Regent’s University London is a truly international campus. The school has an abundance of experience in catering to students who are new to University life and life in London.
Regent's University London has been delivering international programs for over 30 years, and is one of the world leaders in internationally-focused higher education.
Their centrally located campus in London offers all students the opportunity to explore this exciting city while providing a safe and secure study environment.
Regent's University London’s international staff members are active professionals in their specialist fields and the school’s hands-on, practical approach prepares students for their future career.
As part of their study program at Regent’s, students can study one of the nine languages available at the University. The school also provides English language support courses to students who require it.
If you have already established a partnership with Regent's University London, either through the LLP-Erasmus Program or through a signed agreement, the website’s section entitled “study abroad” will walk you through the next stages of the process.
Students interested in collaborating with Regent's University London are invited to contact the school’s International Partnerships Office.
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Regents College - Regent´s Park, London, The United Kingdom, NW1 4NS
Our degrees are awarded by Webster University, St. Louis, USA. Webster University is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (1925) to offer degrees on both the undergraduate and graduate levels at all locations where the university offers academic programs.
We pride ourselves on individual attention, small class sizes and a comprehensive academic and social experience. Webster is listed as “stellar example” and distinctive in Study Abroad category in the 2007 issue of U.S. News & World Report annual "America's Best Colleges" ranking guide.
Webster Graduate School offers the following programs: MBA without Emphasis; MBA with Emphasis in either Finance, International Business, Marketing, Management and Leadership, Information Technology Management, Human Resource Management and International Relations; MS Finance; MA International Business; MA Marketing; MA Management and Leadership; MA International Relations; MA Information Technology Management; MA Human Resource Management and MA International Nongovernmental Organisations.
A completed application; Original (or certified true copies) of all secondary and post-secondary transcripts; Two official letters of recommendation, at least one of which must be from your current/last institution; Personal Statement (300-500 words); If English is not your native language, a TOEFL score of 550 (213 on the computerized test); Two passport sized photographs; A photocopy of your passport
If English is not your native language, a TOEFL score of 550 (213 on the computerized test), a 6.0 on the IELTS, or a Cambridge Advanced Certificate grade A-C
The fees for all programs for the 2007-2008 undergraduate academic year are as follows: Full yearly tuition fees (8-12) units: £10,200 Tuition fees per semester (4-6 course units) £5,100. Summer session classes (per course unit) £360 Registration Fee (non-refundable, payable once only) £350 Alumni Fee (payable once only) £300. Tuition fees for the Academic Postgraduate year 2007-2008 Tuition per class: £975 MA or MBA: £11,700 (12 classes) MBA with emphasis £15,600 (16 classes) MBA prerequisites £975 per class Room and Board per week @ 15 weeks: Single room/sink: £265 (£3,975/semester) Twin Room: £216 (£3,240/semester) Triple room: £183 (£2,745/semester) Damage deposit for all on-campus accommodation: £100
We offer merit based scholarships of up to %50 tuition fees. To apply for a scholarship please submit along with your application for admission an additional essay explaining why you should be considered for a scholarship and how you will contribute to the community here.
On-campus housing offered. Assistance with finding Off-campus housing.
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