Student Accommodation in London near Regent's University London
Casita provides you with 133 Regent's University London student accommodation options and London student halls near the study centre and all over the city. All student accommodations feature various room types and a wide range of facilities. The facilities and services have Wi-Fi, all-bills inclusive, on-site laundry, communal spaces, bike storage, and 24/7 Security and CCTV.
Why Study at Regent's University London
Regent's Institution is a cosmopolitan university in London's Regent's Park. Regent's is a fantastic place to live and study in the heart of the UK's bustling capital, just minutes from everything this world-class city has to offer.
Regent's College was established in 1984. The former South Villa Estate campus of the University of London's Bedford College in Regent's Park was purchased in 1985. It became a university in 2013 after receiving teaching degree awarding rights in 2012. The university's main campus is in Regent's Park, in the heart of London.
Regent’s is #4 in London for learning community and #6 for student satisfaction (NSS 2021), UK university with highest percentage of founders – 12% of graduates form their own companies (resume.io 2021), and intentionally international having 140+ nationalities on campus. Some of its alumni were featured in Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia & Time Magazine 50 ‘genius’ companies.
Departments and Divisions
The programmes and courses available at Regent’s University London are undergraduate, postgraduate, foundation, short courses, and research degrees.
There are a variety of subjects available at Regent’s: Business and Management; Fashion, Design, and Photography; Film, Media, and Acting; Liberal Arts and Humanities; Psychotherapy and Psychology; English Language; Languages at Regent's.
There is also the English Language Centre, in Royal Regent’s Park in the heart of London, which offers a wide variety of courses to suit all students’ goals. It’s internationally global and offers a personalized, practical approach to teaching with the chance for students to practise their language skills. In the ELC, you'll meet students from over 40 countries, and there are over 140 on the University's campus. Students can join a tailored induction programme built specifically for ELC students that helps introduce them to the campus and helps them access the library, study rooms, and student email. When a course of 10+ weeks is completed, students will receive Associate Alumni status giving them access to discounts, clubs, events, and volunteering opportunities.
Facilities and Resources
Regent’s University London offers a wide range of facilities for its students.
Library Services: The spectacular Tate Library, which was founded by the same family as the famed Tate Gallery, promotes teaching and learning at Regent's. Its diverse collections, adaptable study spaces, and trained staff are here to assist students in achieving all of their academic objectives.
IT & Media Services: Regent’s uses the most recent technological advancements to support and enhance students’ study while also providing a selection of borrowing equipment.
Blackboard: The VLE (Virtual Learning Environment) is Blackboard, where students can access learning resources for their modules and submit coursework online.
The Knapp Gallery: The Knapp Gallery is committed to displaying the best creative work created by Regent's University London students and staff.
English Language Centre: The Centre has gated access and a 24/7 security presence, offer students access to all the university has to offer such as sweeping lawns, breakout study areas, a library, IT suites, cafes, and bars, extra-curricular activities including Conversation Club, and personal support from the student wellbeing team and one-to-one sessions with friendly advisors.
Regent’s University London Student Accommodation
The university has a number of options available for full time or study abroad students and for those who are coming to Regent’s for a short course.
All residence halls are situated among the lush, leafy grounds of our Regent's Park campus, with views of the gardens, lake, and surrounding park.
Reid Hall: Reid Hall is the main campus dormitory, with single, twin, and triple rooms spread across four levels. Each level has three public bathroom facilities, and while the rooms come with meal credit to spend at the University's various dining establishments, each floor also has a pantry with a kettle, sink, and microwave. The hall also has a laundromat on the second level, as well as a front desk that is staffed 24 hours a day. A 24-hour security presence is maintained on campus, assuring a safe and enjoyable stay.
Reid Hall features eight wheelchair-accessible rooms, all of which are on a corridor with accessible restrooms. Students with impairments should contact the Accommodation Office to explore their special requirements.
Oliver Flats: The Oliver Flats are a small group of rooms on campus that are distinct from the dorms. Each room has its own bathroom, but the kitchen is shared. The Oliver Flats have three single rooms and one twin room available. These accommodations come with a meal credit that can be used at any of the University's eating establishments.
Homestays must meet the British Council and English UK criteria and be conveniently located near public transportation. You can expect single furnished rooms (with a bed, desk, chair and a wardrobe/storage), shared bathroom facilities, access to the main living area such as the lounge and dining rooms, half-board meal plan (continental breakfast and evening meal), within commuting distance of central London (approx. 25-50 minutes each way, off peak), a minimum stay of two weeks, and a maximum of four students per homestay.
Students can enjoy more freedom in private homes. However, students must be over 18; more than four students could be hosted at a time. You can expect single furnished rooms (with a bed, desk, chair and a wardrobe/storage), shared bathroom facilities, access to the main living area such as the lounge and dining rooms, within commuting distance of central London (approx. 25-50 minutes each way, off peak), a minimum stay of two weeks, and continental breakfast; only tea and coffee facilities.