Regent College London doesn’t own its own accommodation for students but being situated in central London, it allows students to consider a variety of options for learners of all ages who want to live close to campus.
Some students who live within travelling distance of London will opt to study from home, since courses are flexible and have classes in the evenings to work around other commitments.
For students who wish to book accommodation, the college has a dedicated team that can offer advice on reliable landlords and residence halls for students, along with help with contracts and other accommodation issues.
RCL has some excellent facilities at its flagship campus located just a short walk from Regent’s Park, and its other locations across London. Facilities include contemporary learning spaces with all essential IT hardware and software related to students’ courses. Students will learn using the same applications that they will likely use in whichever field they go into professionally, helping to prepare them for the next steps in their career.
Students have access to RCL’s E-Library platform, Heritage and RCL’s academic resource subscription service, EBSCO. RCL’s E-Library is a virtual platform where students can browse all academic resources online via Regent Digital, RCL’s own study portal- which is accessible via any online device. RCL’s subscription with EBSCO gives students access to over 10,000 e-books and journals, including a citation format feature. Students can of course use the historical British Library and its facilities- located just a short walk from the central Great Titchfield (GTS) campus.
Overall, the campus is modern and well-equipped to help support the next wave of business leaders.