At Regent’s your education will be Intimate, Intensive, Interconnected, Industry-focused, and International. You will be taught by working professionals. Lectures from industry experts and work on real-world projects bring your learning to life. Regent’s will prepare you for the working world, with academic learning balanced by practical, hands-on experience. As a student at Regent’s University London, you can choose to take courses from a number of disciplines. It is recommended that you take between 24-30 ECTS credits.
You can take courses in:
- Liberal Arts and Humanities
- Business Management
- Fashion and Design
- Psychotherapy and Psychology
- Film, Media and Performance
Please note: some of the disciplines require you to take exams in London in January. You cannot take those courses as you will already be back in the United States. Below you will see the course offerings which will show if the course has exams in January. You should also take courses in the same Level, meaning all your courses should be Level 4 or all your courses should be from one level. This is because courses will overlap if they are not in the same level.
Course Descriptions and Syllabi
On the link below, you will also be able to find a list of courses offered. Classes are refereed to as "modules".
Review Regent's University London's website for more information regarding course offerings.
General Education Information for UAlbany Students
Credits earned on this program will automatically satisfy the International Perspectives requirement. Three credits of foreign language study will satisfy the Foreign Language requirement. No additional approval is required for you to earn these general elective credits.
Major/Minor Information for UAlbany Students
Courses may also satisfy major and minor requirements, upon approval by the department.
All courses taken abroad count towards UAlbany General Elective credits. Credits and grades will appear on your UAlbany transcript. You may file a request to have additional courses approved for equivalency as necessary.
You can elect to live in Regent's University managed on-campus housing. If you choose to live on campus, you will live in a double room with a roommate. You can choose a single or triple room if you would like. Basic amenities such as supermarkets and laundry facilities will be conveniently located. You will be within a 2-5 minute walk to your classes.
If you choose to live in the 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. You will have access to cooking facilities, and bed linens will be provided.
If you want to make your own arrangements, Regent’s University London staff can advise on private housing options.
If you are living in University-managed housing on campus, you will receive meal credit on your ID card as part of your housing. The card contains a set amount of credit (total figure of £85 per week) and works on the declining debit system which you can use to purchase any item of food or drink from the refectory or cafe. This amount does NOT guarantee you 3 meals a day, 7 days a week. If your credit runs out you can refill your balance or use cash to pay for meals.
Estimate of Costs
For reference, review the Non-Exchange Academic Year 2019-20 Estimate of Costs
Click for more information on Program Costs and Financial Aid.
Remember to speak with the Office of Financial Aid at your home campus to determine how your aid package could apply towards your program abroad.
Freshmen, sophomore, junior and senior students are eligible to participate. Applications are welcome from students in all majors. A minimum grade point average of 2.5 is required.
London is your classroom. Make the most out of your resources in London and its surroundings. Depending on the courses you select, you may visit places such as the British Museum, industry events and exhibitions, the Bloomberg offices, the Tate and National galleries, or a variety of theaters.
Student Clubs and Organizations
You should be getting the most out of your experience abroad. On campus, there is always something going on. You will have a host of clubs and societies to choose from, as well as lots of events, from the Grand Autumn Welcome Party to barbecues, club nights, and theater trips. This University all offers a varied sporting and fitness program with exercise classes and multi-use games area.
If you want something more casual, there are coffee shops and restaurants all within a short walk of each other. This is your opportunity to go places and see the country like no other!
Most financial aid and academic awards will apply to semester programs.
External scholarships, listed on our website, are a good way to partially fund your study abroad experience. In addition, the Center for International Education and Global Strategy offers two scholarship programs for UAlbany students studying abroad on UAlbany or 4-year SUNY programs.
More information on applying to these scholarships is located on the Scholarships web page.
In Their Own Words
My experience abroad was truly an invaluable learning experience. One of the best decisions of my college career.
Casey C., Sociology
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About the City
Based in the heart of Regent's Park, Regent's University London is located in an area filled with rich and diverse history. It also has a long tradition of education and achievement. With 11 acres of private gardens, Regent’s University London is in a quiet, secluded haven in which to live and study. Being in the center of London means that everything the capital has to offer is on your doorstep. The city beyond provides a rich extension to the classroom.
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.
A valid passport is required to participate in this program. If you are going to the United Kingdom to study for 6 months or less, you will get a Short-term Study visa. If you are going to the United Kingdom to study for more than 6 months, you will have to obtain a Tier 4 (General) visa.
More information regarding the visa application process is available upon acceptance to the program.
Applications become available online one semester before the program start date, based on the following timeline:
- Spring/Winter/Spring Break programs: July
- Fall/Year/Summer programs: December
09/22/2019 to 12/21/2019
(Be sure to select courses that do not require you to stay until the end of January, otherwise, you semester ends on 01/24/2020).
01/19/2020 to 05/23/2020
About the Program
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.
Upon acceptance to the program, you will be required to attend a mandatory pre-departure orientation. During this time, you will have the opportunity to meet other program participants, discuss in-depth the details of your program, and prepare of the overall education abroad experience. The fall semester pre-departure orientation will be conducted the Saturday before the end of Spring UAlbany classes and in late November/early December for the spring term abroad.
Upon arrival at Regent’s University London, you will attend a mandatory program orientation. This is an important and informative set of sessions organized by International Office of your host university.
UAlbany’s Office of Education Abroad staff assists you during the application process, in your preparation to travel abroad, and on-site if necessary.
Regent’s University London's International Office staff serve as an experienced resource for resolving issues that you may encounter in while abroad.