Six weeks in London!
Regent’s College London is one of the UK's most respected private colleges. Comprised of seven schools plus a world-class conference center, all within a superb central London campus, Regent's College offers everything students need to fulfill their academic and personal potential.
Regent’s American College is situated in the heart of Regents Park, a peaceful oasis just steps away from the center of London’s bustling, culturally-rich center city. On-site room and board is included in the cost of attendance.
This dynamic international environment offers a wide range of courses, including studies in:
Cultural and social activities
- Audition Preparation: Modern Monologue
- Child Psychology
- Current Art
- Digital Basic Photography
- Fashion Accessories
- Fashion Styling and Photography
- Introduction to Archaeology
- Introduction to Human Rights
- Introduction to Film Production
- Invaders, Traders and Lovers: The Impact of the Norman French on Early English Literature
- Media Literacy
- New States in World Politics
- Shakespeare goes to Hogwarts
- Musical Theatre in London
Whilst you study with us we will ensure you make the most out of your London experience, exploring the huge cultural benefits and opportunities that RUL students enjoy on their doorstep. Depending on your class (es), your study may include visits to:
- Art Galleries, such as the Tate, National Gallery and Barbican
- British Museum
- Shakespeare’s Globe
- The Victoria and Albert Museum
- London’s West End theatres
You could also take part in other social and cultural activities, such as a trip to Bruges, Jack the Ripper Walk, Thames River boat trip, trip to Stonehenge and Bath or a Wales Adventure Weekend.
Regent’s University London will assist in finding housing for applicants who apply before the deadline of 1 March 2016.
Accommodation is available at our beautiful Regent’s Park campus and in other central London locations. There are spaces available which are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Please apply early to avoid disappointment.