As a final year student I can tell that the university experience is exceptional in Regent’s University London. Staff are helpful and really experienced. Facilities are excellent. University is always evolving from year to year
We study more applied practices than theoretical ideas
London is the best city in Europe.
Staff always helps for student. Both academic and personal counselling staff answers for our email within a day and everybody tries to help us in any matter we have
Great experience, great teaching, very nice people, modules are very good with alot of choice in terms of electives. I reccomend to all my friends considering university in central london.
Very good efforts. Great hard working careers department. Some subjects require severak work placements and help with the whole process. They also hold a series of workshops on skills in the workplace and employability.
The professors/lectures'/seminar leaders are not only very well read in their specific subject but are throughougly experieinced in the industry of the subject. In the business school, modules such as finance, marketing, management etc, most staff our consultants in their field as well as teachers.
Great refectory, coffee shops, security. Lovely grounds, cant complain.
Busy, public transport can be extremely stressful. It is also very expensive to study in central london.
The university offers a counselling service but i havent heard anything about it. Academic support is very good, with tutoring appointments possible, workshops and ability to meet with tutors/lecturers/professors easily.
It’s been great. I’m in my final year and I’ve seen the university change (for the better) a lot. Timetableling can still improve but otherwise overall it’s been a fantastic experience. There have been amazing networking opportunities great and current topics discussed in major events a lot of social events and the grand ball all of which have made the university experience a memorable one
Careers & Business relations department does exist in a remote corner in the university where very few students go. This is definitely the case for Student’s I’m my course where as for international business students have mandatory work experience to which they have to get CBR involved. Otherwise in general the SU and other departments in the university organisers events that gives insights and networking opportunities to all students
The practical aspect of it. The assignments are a very good opportunity to put the knowledge that gained in class to practice
ICT is moderately good. But could do with a lot of improvement. WiFi is extremely slow and so are some computers Library has improved over the last few years though more silent study spaces and 24/7 Library would be great
Is amazing. Everything is a very short walk or tube journey form each other so travelling is not a hassle when the tube works. There are so many good restaurants and bars as well as clubs. Soho / Chinatown are a 5 minuet drive away which is awesome. Also there are opportunities for a lot of delivery services like uber eats etc
Personal is good. Academic could be improved. We have personal tutors and counselling services both of whom are very nice in person and approachable. Academic however can be somewhat distant and I feel like lecturers have a bit of unconscious bias (they’re human after all) which may affect how they get back to students
My University experience has been amazing so far, all the courses have been interesting and I gained a lot of different skills and knowledge. Moreover, I made amazing friends during my Uni time and I am sad to be graduating this semester and leaving this Uni
Student Hub as well as Careers are always very helpful
Positive: - good teachers -small classes -teachers know your name Negative: -other students disturbing class
London is amazing and due to the Universities great/central location, you actually get to see a lot from London
teachers always provide constructive and helpful feedback
It is has been a very educating, very exciting three years and I have built a huge network of contacts in the professional industry from business development to design to finance. Regent's University London is extremely good at sourcing and hosting industry speakers and throwing networking events.
Yes very much so. There is a very helpful careers department, a lot skill workshops for business and professional skills and CV building, and much more.
I like the professional atmosphere and the elaborate educated backgrounds that the professors have to provide their input in classes. Everything is dealt with in a very professional setting.
Very good, everything from the student services, to the library resources to the refectory catering etc.
Living in London is a hotspot for all cultures to meet and network, and it is extremely good to be trained for real life work settings.
All in all extremely good. The support offered academically is designed to guide you through your assignments and exams and give feedback on a frequent basis. There are also specific workshops and facilities on campus that provide help and counseling service.
Regent's is an amazing place where to learn, the availability of teachers and quality of the structure is something more unique than rare. The possibility of being involved in a multitude of projects and opportunities is something that very much increased my personal culture and the values that I need on my career.
Amazingly interesting, I love London!
So far, I am loving my university experience. I love the international body of my school, and I also love the close relationship I have with my professor, tutors and colleges. I am extremely happy with the facilities at my university, enjoy the majority of my classes and my area of study and am overall happy with my choice of attending Regent's University.
We have a careers department and the professors are always eager to help students with finding internships. They are generally very well connected and because our student body is so small we have a more close relationship with them, which helps for when they recommend us for jobs. I got an internship at a Charity Newsletter through my head of program this year.
I love how well connected and knowledgable my professors are; and how most of them are working professionals and all have PDHD's in the areas which they teach. However, I don't like how most of them don't have control of the class and let students be disrupting with little consequences.
I love London, and the university is very well located. I enjoy the fact that we're at the centre of London and close to all the major tourist spots and museums.
Generally, the support offered by professors and personal tutors is very good. I have meetings with my personal tutor every other week and I feel confident that I can count on to listen and report on the things I find wrong with the program.
Having the chance to study at Regents in London was unbelievable, I never thought I would have enjoyed it that much and on the other hand it really showed what industry and sector I want to work in and Regent's University London did a great job making me ready to be a profesional when I graduate.
The access to a student hub that is in contact with many employers around the world, great teaching modules that face us to the real corporate world and a lot of societies to learn from experiences.
What I like most is the content and the way of teaching
London is a great cosmopolitan city that enables us student to live the most out of our undergraduate time
The support from all the staff at uni is great
So far the experience has been great as I think that Regent's University has all the tools to engage studnets in the current professional world , while aslo helping them to enjoy the uni experience
The university courses are able to show us what the professional world is actually made of. Most importantly teachers come from different industries and carry practical knowledge able to inspire us. Moreover, the university hosts different academic events with speakers from different industries, this allows students to enter in direct conatct with the indutry and a specific company
What I personally like is the fact that Regent's pushed individuals to come together and share knowledge between students. Also teachers are able to enter in direct contact with students as classes tend to be small and therefore teachers rememeber astudent throught the course of its studyies
University facilities are modern and well built
London has always been a highly busy city, therefore I think that regent's location and atmosphere is able to give students that "break" form the chaos that the city might cause
Again I think feedback is given in a great way as techers do know students personally and know the progress of the studnets throught the years
Lecturers don't care