Study at Regent College London
Regent College Higher Education is a leading provider of industry-related higher education. We are a diverse community active in promoting learning and education, with an established record of success rates within UK Higher Education. You will experience an exciting time of study and interaction within an environment geared to draw the best from students, supported by a dedicated team of professionals at all levels who always put students first!
- HND Courses, Bachelor’s Degrees and Top-Up Degrees
- Five London Campuses
- Day, Evening and Weekend Classes
- Student Loans Offered
- Thinking into Character (TiC): Free personal and professional programme
Five London Campuses: Wembley, Kingsbury, Harrow, Southall and London.
With campuses in Wembley, Kingsbury, Harrow, Southall and London, Regent College Higher Education is a friendly college dedicated to traditional academic virtues and hard work.
The college has vast experience in providing independent education for students of all abilities and from all backgrounds. The College’s success is based upon, highly qualified experienced teachers and assessors, excellent tutorial systems, individual attention in interactive classes, careful monitoring of progress and excellent student welfare and pastoral care.
As a College in Higher Education, we are here to ensure that careful attention is offered to all of our students, to make sure that each of our students receives the education and support that they need and deserve.
Our Mission Statement: “The End of Education is Character”
Our aims and aspirations are:
- That every student fulfils his or her academic potential.
- That teachers and students pursue academic excellence.
- That our students develop a love of learning, both individually and with others, and acquire a wide range of learning skills.
- That we create an environment in which students are confident in their ability and increasingly ready to take responsibility for their own learning.
- That every student receives excellent pastoral care within an ethos of tolerance and mutual respect.
- That every student develops relationships with peers in a way that prepares them for life beyond college.
- That every student acquires a sense of responsibility and self-discipline.
- That every student benefits from a wide range of opportunities for leadership and responsibility.
Personal and Social Development
- That our students benefit from a comprehensive personal and social education that helps them to lead happy and fulfilling lives.
- That every student discovers and develops their own skills and interests at college in preparation for the future.
- That all be given the opportunity for personal achievement and fulfilment in a way befitting their own aspirations.
- That our students develop a moral, spiritual and aesthetic awareness that makes them receptive to the world around them, bringing with it a sense of wonder and openness to the most important ideas in our own and other cultures.
- That the college recognises the crucial importance of its staff in pursuing the aims above and, as a good employer, undertakes to provide them with appropriate support such as continuing professional training, staff review and development.
Why choose us
- Progression opportunities
- Advice and support – Student loans and UCAS applications
- 18 years of education success
- Morning, evening & weekend classes – Fit your studies around your life commitments
- Highly experienced tutors – Small class sizes
- Practical training – Field trips, Guest lectures, Industry presentations
- Employability skills and careers advice
- Campuses in Wembley, Kingsbury, Harrow, Southall and London.
- Thinking into Character (TiC): Free Personal and Professional Development programme designed to help you think bigger, aim higher and achieve your dreams
- The student satisfaction rate of 84% in the NSS results in 2018
- External validation from the Quality Assurance Agency
- Strong links with employers
- Modern campuses with excellent facilities
- Strong academic partnerships
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