Regent's University London
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Regent's University London is one of the United Kingdom's most respected independent universities and one of the most internationally diverse, with students from more than 140 different countries worldwide.
Regent's University has programs in the following schools: Regent's American College London, Regent's Business School London, Regent's School of Drama, Film, and Media, School of Fashion & Design, and Regent's School of Psychotherapy & Psychology. Regent's offers well-rounded degree programs that offer courses in a variety of subject areas including business management, liberal arts, film, media and performance, fashion and design or psychology and psychotherapy. As a study abroad student, you can chose exciting courses to compliment your studies. The Regent's University campus is located on Marylebone High Street, an up-market area known for its many design-led boutiques, interiors shops and cafe. This vibrant part of central London is home to artists, musicians and entertainers and you can be part of it!
Regent's faculty members are leaders in their fields. You will have the opportunity to work with these individuals in an environment that combines technology and fundamental skills needed for careers in your area of study. The multicultural staff and students work collaboratively to create projects that span university departments, cultural borders, and differing levels of experience.
Students have the option to choose in which school they'd like to study at Regent's University. Information on each of the schools and their programs at Regent's University can be found here:
Visit: Regent's Business & Management
Visit: Regent's Film, Media & Performance
Visit: Regent's Politics & International Relations
Visit: Regent's Fashion & Design
Visit: Regent's Liberal Arts & Humanities
Visit: Regent's Psychotherapy & Psychotherapy
Visit: Regent's University's Inbound Unit
Sophomore, junior and senior students are eligible to participate.
At least one full year of college coursework at your current university
Applications are welcome from students in all majors.
A minimum grade point average of 2.5 is required.
To apply for the Regent's study abroad program, you must FIRST complete the UAlbany Study Abroad application. If you have already begun the Regent's process, please note that you must FIRST be accepted by UAlbany to participate in this program.
It is recommended that students studying at Regent's University take between 24-30 ECTS credits.
Once students have chosen in which school at Regent's University they would like to study, they may select which classes they'd like to take. For a complete guide to courses/modules offered at Regent's, please visit Regent's website for the school you will be attending. Detailed syllabi for all courses/modules are available on request.
Please click this link to see what courses will be offered in the Fall of 2018 - Fall 2018 Course Catalogue
Note: If you take Liberal Arts courses, you will end the Fall semester in December. If you take Business or Fashion courses, you will have exams in January.
General Education Information for UAlbany students: credits earned on this program will automatically satisfy the International Perspectives requirement. No additional approval is required for you to earn these General Education credits. You may file a request to have additional courses approved.
UAlbany hosts a general orientation session on campus for the study abroad students and their families during the semester prior to participation on the program. There will also be a country specific orientation for students who are going to UK. You are strongly encouraged to attend both. Regent's University will also run an orientation for international students during the orientation week.
UAlbany Office of Education staff is available throughout the year to assist study abroad students and their parents. The Inbound Unit staff at Regent's University serves as an experienced resource for solving problems while you are in the United Kingdom
Students attend the study abroad programs at Regent's University can elect to live in Regent's University managed on or off campus housing. Students will be accommodated in self-contained furnished apartments (called flats) within easy commuting distance of the School, all within central London.Flats vary in size ranging from two to five bedrooms, generally with two students sharing a room. Basic amenities such as supermarkets and laundry facilities will be conveniently located. Students have access to cooking facilities, and bed linens will be provided.
Please download the most recent Estimate of Costs here: Regent's 2018-19 Cost Sheet
You may also be eligible for a BUTEX scholarship. The value of each scholarship is £500 and will be paid to the winners once they have arrived and registered at their host university. For further details on how to apply for this scholarship please see BUTEX Scholarship.
Click here for more information on Program Costs and Financial Aid.
In a city of almost seven million people, it is hard to imagine that anyone would not be intellectually stimulated by the cultural diversity of this metropolis. London boasts a fine tradition of art and literature, a bustling commercial center, and a population from the far reaches of the globe. Today, visitors to London experience a blending of British culture and the cultures of former colonies such as India, Nigeria, and Malaysia, to name just a few. You can feast on authentic Indian cuisine followed by a rousing political discussion at a local pub any evening of the week.
Regent's Study Abroad Guide
Regent's Study Abroad Application Guide