All three of the postgraduate qualifications at Regent College London are taught – meaning that they involve a mix of lectures and seminars alongside independent research. The tutors for these courses are exceptionally experienced in their field, being fully up to date in the latest developments and able to share advice and knowledge gained in the real world.
Students will be assessed in different ways as part of their master’s degree depending on their chosen course, and support is available on a face-to-face or remote basis depending on the needs of the student.
Due to the streamlined selection of courses at RCL there are no dedicated research qualifications available for postgraduate studies as they are all taught courses. However, that doesn’t mean students won’t be able to enjoy the benefits of the college’s research team as they will often work alongside them to understand the very latest developments in their field.
Indeed, an active and research-engaged culture is seen as being central to the college’s vision, with engagement across all undergraduate and postgraduate programmes championed by the team. Students are encouraged to get involved, question everything and help push for new developments in the fields they are passionate in.
While the postgraduate courses at RCL combine a mix of theory and practical elements, students will experience teaching via a hybrid model, with a mixture of online learning and on-campus delivery.
For students who wish to learn in London but have other commitments to work around, courses are also flexible with various classes held in the afternoons, evenings and sometimes even weekends. Students are advised to speak to the college to learn more about the options available to them.
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