Regent College London offers detailed accommodation information and support on its website, where students can find out more about housing costs in the college’s local boroughs, as well as resources and guidance on council tax, tenancy contracts, and any discounts and exemptions which may be available to them.
Although the college does not have its own student accommodation, it is very easy to find private sector accommodation in London, either through signing up with a letting agency or using popular flat-sharing websites.
At the Wembley Campus, students are minutes away from the world-famous Wembley Stadium and have full access to local facilities including the library, Civic Centre, and gym.
The Kingsbury Campus offers modern facilities in a vibrant community, including a dedicated Higher Education Student Suite, IT lab, and comfortable lounge area.
The Harrow Campus is ideal for students who like to be in the thick of things, located close to Rayner’s Lane tube station and a host of shops and food and drink outlets.
The Southall Campus is based in a thriving and diverse community with street food stalls, trendy music venues and lots of local businesses that can offer students work experience opportunities. The campus itself boasts cutting-edge IT facilities and all the study resources a student could need.
The Central London Campus is a short walk from the world-famous shopping districts of Oxford Street and Regent Street, surrounded by local businesses and served by excellent transport links across the city.
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