Regent College London is an award-winning college.
We welcome students of all ages from across the globe, with an average age range of 18 to 35. Our aim is to provide a stimulating and supporting learning environment that enables our students to interact, share stories and support each other within a collective community.
Our courses are designed to improve students’ employability and enhance their career prospects. Our lifelong dedication to improving and developing our students’ skills is fundamental to our success as a college. This ethos is integrated into everything we do.
With an external validation from the Quality Assurance Agency, Regent College London is a hub for excellence in student support and educational delivery.
As a growing institution, we understand that location is vital when choosing which college to attend. That’s why we have five thriving campuses in Wembley, Kingsbury, Harrow, Southall and London. Home to experienced teachers, thriving communities and inspiring learning resources, these campuses have been created with students of all ages in mind.
From student relaxation areas to dedicated computer suites to modern classrooms, our campuses have everything you need to study and thrive for the duration of your course.
At Regent College London, we make sure every student feels fully supported from day one. From industry-based courses designed with employability in mind and strong partnerships with local businesses and organisations, to on-site support and advice, and state-of-the-art online platforms, you have access to all the resources and support you need for a successful future.
Thinking into Character (TiC)
Here at Regent, our motto is “the end of education is character.” We want to support you to succeed academically, personally and professionally. With our motto in mind, we have designed Thinking into Character (TiC), a transformational programme that will help you to develop the habits, discipline and growth mind-set required to become a winner all areas of life. Take advantage of this free digital course if you want to think bigger, aim higher and achieve your dreams.
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