Studying at Regent College
All our courses are suitable for students aged 18 to 50 and beyond. We aim to create a stimulating and supportive learning environment that enables students to interact, share stories and support each other freely and cohesively. Drawing on our long experience of educational success and cultural diversity, our focus is on enhancing skills and developing knowledge that can help you achieve your personal and career aspirations.
Embracing students from all walks of life is a priority, which is why both our academic learning facilities and courses have been designed with our students in mind. We foster a student community that encourages employability through vocational-based courses and a non-traditional student experience.
Ideal learning environment
Our campuses are strategically located in the heart of thriving communities, in areas that can benefit our students academically as well as socially. Ideal for encouraging a better learning experience, it is these types of communities that help our students to prosper and grow. From connections with local businesses, dedicated facilities and on-site student career and teaching support, we offer students everything they need, no matter which part of the world they have come from.
Our student representatives (student reps) are volunteers who support our staff by championing the collective voice of students on all academic issues. From gathering opinions and providing constructive feedback, to helping keep students updated, the student rep is an accessible, convenient channel for ensuring your voice is heard. If you are interested in the role of student rep, contact our Student Representative Team who would be happy to answer your questions.
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