Regent’s offers an unrivalled setting for higher education. The main campus in Regent’s Park enjoys beautiful, tranquil surroundings while being just minutes away from all that central London has to offer. It is easily accessible by public and private
transport. The campus is a 10-minute walk from Baker St and Regent’s Park undeground stations (Tube). From Heathrow Airport, you can take the Heathrow Express to Paddington and then a short Tube ride to Baker St or taxi ride to campus. From St Pancras International,
home to the Eurostar, take the Tube to Baker Street, approximately a 10-minute journey.
The main campus is situated in the heart of Regent's Park, central London. Our students benefit from high levels of personal attention, superb facilities and tailored support throughout their time with us. Our mission, the variety of our programmes, the
way we teach, the international mix of students and the location of our beautiful campus all contribute to making your study at the University a special experience. You will find plenty of opportunities here to socialise, relax, exercise, be creative and get
involved. As well as many activities on campus, you will be ideally placed to explore all that London, the UK and Europe has to offer.
The Students’ Union aims to enrich student life by creating a social environment on campus where you can make friends, network and generally get the most out of your student years. As well as providing a host of services and activities, the Students’ Union
also supports a number of clubs and societies on campus each year. Clubs and societies vary from year to year, and have included everything from photography, debating, music, psychology and law to film, finance and human rights. We also have many cultural
associations, such as the African-American, Indian, Middle Eastern, Pakistan, Russian and Scandinavian societies. In addition, the Students’ Union represents students at all levels of decision-making at the University.
We want all students to be able to participate fully as equal members of the learning community at Regent's, and will make every attempt to support you if you have a disability. We are also committed to improving access to and within the University buildings.
We have a full-time Disability Officer who develops the range of disability information and support available to prospective and current students.