|Type||Private (Registered charity)|
|Chancellor||Baron Hastings of Scarisbrick CBE, DCL (Feb 2017)|
|Affiliations||Universities UK, Erasmus+, Independent Universities Group|
It offers dual American and British programmes. It is the second oldest but largest private university in the country. The university has 15% of applicants from the UK, 10% from the United States and the rest from all over the world. Fees are about £14,000 a year for undergraduate courses.
Regent's University London has its campus in Regent's Park, central London. It was built on the site of South Villa, one of the original eight Regent's Park villas. Regent's occupies buildings left by the former Bedford College of the University of London. Bedford College merged with Royal Holloway College, and moved out of London into Surrey.
Regent's has a second campus in Marylebone, called Regent's Marylebone. There it runs the Regents School of Fashion and Design, a range of qualifications in fashion design, marketing, interior design and visual communication.
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- Harrison, Angela 2012. BBC News education and family
- "Regent's University London. The Independent 2014". Archived from the original on 2017-09-09. Retrieved 2017-08-31.