Business Studies / Management, Year 3
(3.8)·By Afra N·Business· Jul 2021
It was all about networking and meeting people from different levels and courses. Many activities throughout the day as well as fun parties each night - including a boat party. The amount of information on uni life wasn't too overwhelming and we had multiple opportunities to ask questions and get some guidance. The accommodations are right on campus and very central (baker street). However, most people were not as satisfied with their rooms considering the high prices and shared bathrooms. I would highly suggest picking another accommodation outside of uni for example Nido House in West Hampstead. The library is a really great place, apart from it's beautiful interior everyone is always super nice and friendly and available for questions at all times. We have clubs for all different purposes that empathize inclusion in all areas such as mental health, LGBTQ, charitable clubs etc. We also have a polo team for beginners, intermediate and professionals. The women's football team is also quite popular. Because Regent's is a private University, classes are kept small which makes the learning environment so much more convenient for students and teachers. It is a quite intimate setting and you can contact tutors at all times regardless of their office hours. The course empathizes group work and presentations a lot and you really learn about pragmatic decision-making with a team. Attendance is a very vital part for the overall learning experience. London is without a doubt one of the most international cities and Regent's really reflects that. Due to its very central location it is super convenient to travel and/or go for lunch or drinks after uni. However, London is also very expensive which is not necessarily student friendly but there are loads of alternatives and cheaper pubs as well.