Regent College London opens new campus in London
Regent College London opened its fifth and newest campus at 153 Great Titchfield Street on Friday, 12th July, 2019. The College will offer a range of Higher National Diploma (HND) in Business courses, Foundation years, Bachelor’s degrees and Top-up degrees in business, health and social care and computing from September 2019.
Regent College London is part of North West London education provider Regent Group and already has four campuses in Wembley, Kingsbury, Harrow and Southall.
The opening ceremony was led by Professor George Holmes, the vice chancellor of the University of Bolton and also featured speeches by Dr Selva Pankaj, CEO, Regent Group and Professor Mark Mabey, the principal of Regent College London.
The London campus will serve as the London Academic Centre of the University of Bolton. The foundation years, bachelor’s degrees and top degrees will be validated by the University of Bolton.
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