United Kingdom
Regent’s University London
Regent's University, London, founded in 1874, is a for-profit university that provides instruction in a variety of subjects. This university received degree-awarding permission from TDAP in 2012. Furthermore, in 2013, the institution purchased the American Intercontinental University, and in March 2013, it was granted university status. Today, the university provides over 350 UG and PG level programmes in a variety of subjects such as Business & Management, Liberal Arts & Humanities, Film, Media & Performance, and so on.

Cost of attendance

Tuition fees for undergraduate students are $12,000 USD, while PG tuition fees are $19,000 USD. Aside from that, the cost of living in the UK is $300 USD per week.


The university offers both on-campus and private housing, ensuring a safe, comfortable, and convenient stay. The institution also helps overseas students find private lodgings in the UK, and it has a partnership with Urbanest St Pancras. Reid Halls provides single, twin, and triple rooms. For 19 weeks, on-campus living costs between £6,000 and £7,805. Monthly rent for off-campus housing ranges between 500 and 700 Pounds.

Acceptance rate

Regent's University London has approximately 2,171 full-time students. The University boasts an international student body with students from 140 different countries. The university has an admittance rate of 84%.


Royal Regent's Park is home to the university campus. Regent's University is a magnificent campus stretched across 70 acres of land with gardens and adjacent parks. All of the city's attractions are within a few kilometres of the university. Students may take advantage of the unrivalled nightlife, restaurants, outdoor lifestyle, and friendly people. The university has a number of committees and sports groups. The university promotes students' well-being and growth. There is a multi-use games area, an outdoor sports area, and an indoor wellbeing studio space for yoga, Zumba, and meditation on the property.


Officially recognized/chartered by the Privy Council, Regent's University London (RUL) is a small coeducational UK higher education institution.

Jobs and Placement

Regent's University London offers its students good on-campus placement options. Internship programmes are available at the university to help students prepare for competitive interviews and professional settings. As a result, around 75% of university graduates are employed, with 84 percent taking graduate-level positions six months following graduation. The average salary of Regent's University London graduate alumni ranges from 30,000 GBP to 55,000 GBP, depending on their degree.

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