Regent’s University London

The most respected independent universities and one of the most internationally diverse

Regent’s University London is London’s only independent, not-for-profit university, with a highly cosmopolitan community based in royal Regent’s Park and Marylebone.

  • European Business School London
  • Regent’s American College London
  • Regent’s Business School London
  • Regent’s Institute of Languages & Culture
  • Regent’s School of Psychotherapy & Psychology
  • Regent’s School of Drama, Film & Media
  • Regent’s School of Fashion & Design
Library Services
The libraries at Regent’s support teaching and learning

Park Campus Library
The library at Park Campus offers a range of space for study. The Tate library reading room, an open study area on the ground floor and a first floor are flexible study spaces. Bookable study rooms let students work together on projects and presentations. There are PCs and networked full-colour printer-copiers for producing works. A resource room with adjustable working space and a computer fitted with assistive software is available for students needing greater accessibility.

Marylebone Campus Library
The library based at Marylebone Campus offers a large space for study over two floors. The Library has both PCs and Macs available to use, all with access to the full Adobe Creative Suite. The Library also has a dedicated PC with AutoCAD, and scanning and full-colour printing and photocopying facilities.

Student life
Regent’s University London currently has around 3,500 full-time students.

Student Union
The Regent’s University Student Union organises a range of clubs and societies, including Film Production, Finance and Investment, Model United Nations and Scandinavian.[9] The Union also organises the Students in Free Enterprise initiative.

Sports facilities at the Regent’s University London campus include a gym and fitness studio and basketball, tennis and volleyball courts.[9] In 2014, the Gym on campus was closed down, students now use off campus gyms for student fee