Regent Institute of Language and Culture offers General English, academic English, English with additional subjects, one-to-one tuition, bespoke courses for individuals and groups, pre-sessional courses and internship programmes, as well as training for English language teachers. For more information check the school website.
  • 7
    Courses
  • 684 - 830
    Living Costs per Month
  • About
  • Programmes
  • Facility & Services
  • Social life

Description

Being part of the University means that students can benefit from the superb facilities and activities on offer, both on and off campus. This includes a varied social and recreational programme, restaurants, library, shops, bars, sporting facilities and on-campus accommodation, as well as a friendly dedicated support team and welfare officer.

About Location

Located at the University’s Regent’s Park campus, the students benefit from a superb central London location and being part of a truly international community. More than 140 nationalities are represented among students on campus, which makes for an exciting and stimulating place to study, with plenty of valuable networking opportunities.

The students enjoy the best of both worlds, being located in a Royal Park, in the centre of London. As well as having the unrivalled peace and beauty of the park, they have all the fascinating and exciting sights and experiences that London has to offer on their doorstep, including the West End theatres and shopping, free museums and art galleries and famous London landmarks.

Teaching Method

The highly qualified teaching staff (80% have master’s-level teaching qualifications – DELTA or above) have a wide range of international experience. Regent's maintains a maximum class size of 15, so that students benefit from a highly personalised and interactive approach to learning.

Services

  • Personal help and information
  • Academic support
  • Counselling
  • Careers service

Accommodation

  • Homestay
  • Private home
  • Student residences

Social Programme

The leisure programme includes both free and paid activities and is led by the teachers and in-house staff.

Activities

Examples are weekly sports activities eg. volleyball and football on campus, a regular film night in the on-campus cinema and, weather permitting, London walks.  During the summer months the school offers a fortnightly free BBQ lunch as a way to socialise.

Excursions

There are also regular visits to London museums, a coffee and cake club, plus a weekly pub night (note that students pay for special exhibitions and pub food/drinks). Other leisure activities are priced according to the admission price for the chosen activity/period eg musicals, London attractions etc.

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