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Language of Instruction: English Minimum GPA: 2.8
Area of Study: Acting, Art History, Business, Business Management, Communication and Media, Communications, English, Fashion Marketing, Film and Screen Studies, History, International Management, Management, Political Science, Psychology, Special Events Marketing Housing Options: Apartment, Residence Hall
Eligible Year: 2 Sophomore, 3 Junior, 4 Senior Program Type: Pace Exchange
US Department of Veterans Affairs' Approved Program/Foreign Institution: No
Program Description:
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Why London?

London is a city at the centre of the world – and a world in one city, with more than 300 languages spoken and a wealth of different cultures and communities.

From the stunning Regent's Park, where the University is based, it is a short walk to the West End, which offers world-class entertainment, museums, galleries, nightlife and shopping. Spend an afternoon watching street artists in Covent Garden or along the river Thames on the Southbank, savor a bowl of strawberries and cream while watching a tennis match at Wimbledon, cheer for Chelsea, Arsenal or Tottenham to win the Champions League, learn the rules of Cricket at Lord’s, watch Rugby at Twickenham, enjoy world famous shows and musicals in the West End, go clubbing in one of London’s supper clubs or catch a live band in one of the many music venues...... the only question is what to do first?

The Campus

Regent's University London is situated in the heart of Regent's Park, central London. Students benefit from high levels of personal attention, superb facilities and tailored support.

On Regent’s doorstep, London Zoo, the Sherlock Holmes’ museum, the British Library, Soho, the Open Air Theatre and Madame Tussaud’s (to mention but a few) can all be found. Just a short distance away discover Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, St Paul’s Cathedral, Hyde Park, the 2012 Olympic Site, Shakespeare’s Globe, Harry Potter World and so much more.
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Academics

Regent's University offers Fall/Spring courses/modules in the following subject areas:
  • Business and management
  • Liberal arts
  • Film, media and performance
  • Fashion and design
  • Psychology and psychotherapy
For a list of courses click here and scroll down to the subject area you are interested in. 


The Regent's University Summer program offers modules at the undergraduate level in the following subject areas:Audition Preparation: Modern Monologue
  • Bioethics
  • Child Psychology
  • Current Art
  • Digital Basic Photography
  • Fashion Accessories
  • Fashion Styling and Photography
  • Introduction to Archaeology
  • Introduction to Human Rights
  • Introduction to Film Production
  • Invaders, Traders and Lovers: The Impact of the Norman French on Early English Literature
  • Media Literacy
  • New States in World Politics
  • Shakespeare goes to Hogwarts
  • Musical Theatre in London
For course descriptions, click here

 
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Housing

Regent's University offers both on and off-campus housing.
University accommodation - On and off Campus

Note:  Housing fees are due in full to Regent's University following receipt of your housing confirmation.  This is prior to Financial Aid disbursement so you will need to budget accordingly.


Summer Accommodation Fees:
Single room on-campus (incl. meal allowance of £77 per week) £1830
Twin room on-campus (incl. meal allowance of £77 per week) £1465
Triple room on-campus (incl. meal allowance of £77 per week) £1351
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Student Services

The Student Services department is a central resource for all students and is designed to help you - in particular if you are a new arrival - to adjust and get the most out of life on campus and in London.

Regent's University London understand that to do well at university, students will often need different kinds of support at different times.

The Student Services team offers a comprehensive range of information, support and specialist advice to help you with any matter, whether it is personal, practical or academic.

Find more information on the Services and Support page.

Student Life

Regent's University London has a wide choice of campus-wide activities and social events for you to get involved in each term.

The Student Union organizes a variety of social activities, such as BBQ's, parties, club nights, karaoke evenings, quiz nights, boat parties and networking events.

The University also hosts a number of major social events during the year, including the Grand Autumn Party, Fresher's Fairs, graduation balls, the Regent's Arts Festival and Regent's Fashion Show.

The Student Services team can help you make the most of being in London, with information on the local area, activities and events across the city, and discounted theatre tickets.

You can also broaden your knowledge of the UK and Europe through the range of trips, activities and cultural experiences on offer, such as day trips to Stonehenge and Bath, weekend stays in Paris, or pony trekking in Wales.
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How to Apply

Applying to study abroad is a two-step process.  Before applying to the host institution abroad, you must first complete the necessary application procedures to Pace University. You can review the Step by Step Guide to Study Abroad for a better understanding of the study abroad procedures.

Application Procedures for Pace Study Abroad:
  • Attend a Study Abroad 101 Information Session 
  • Create an account to begin the study abroad application process. Students can only apply to one program. Check to make sure you meet the eligibility requirements of the program and that you submit your application in advance of the program deadline. Complete the required materials and questionnaires required for your application.  Note that the requirements will vary depending on your selected program.
  • Meet with your academic advisor to ensure you meet the academic requirements needed in order to study abroad. In addition to asking the following questions, you may want to bring the names and descriptions of course you are interested in taking at your host institution.
  • Attend a Study Abroad 102 Information Session.
  • Schedule an appointment with a Pace Study Abroad Advisor.
  • Download and complete the course approval form. You must complete the course approval form by the Pace application deadline.
Pace University Application Deadlines:
Academic Year and Fall: February 15th
Spring: September 15th
Summer: April 1

Application Procedures for Regent's University: 
You will be notified of your application status following the Pace University Application Deadline.  Candidates selected to study on exchange at Regent's University and will be provided with application instructions. 

Regents University Application Deadlines:
Fall: March 30
Spring: October 30
Summer: March 1

 

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Program Cost

The following policies are effective with AY 2016-17. Students are responsible for:
  • Pace tuition and Fees, including a $100 Study Abroad Fee are billed to the student account. 
  • Room charges (see Housing section above) are the responsibility of the student and are paid directly to the host institution.
  • Out-of-pocket expenses (airfare, meals, local transportation, etc.) are the responsibility of the student.
All federal, state and institutional (Pace scholarships/grants) financial aid apply during the semester abroad. Pace tuition remission applies.

Remember to check your eligibility for International Scholarships!

Summer Program Cost:


Tuition Fee for one course: £1500 (all tuition and fees are paid directly to Regent's University

What’s included in the tuition fee:
  • Pre-Arrival and On-site advice
  • Induction programme
  • Teaching and cultural and social activities linked to your class, if applicable

Cultural and social activities
Whilst you study, we will ensure you make the most out of your London experience, exploring the huge cultural benefits and opportunities that RUL students enjoy on their doorstep. Depending on your class (es), your study may include visits to:
  •  Art Galleries, such as the Tate, National Gallery and Barbican
  • British Museum
  • Shakespeare’s Globe
  • The Victoria and Albert Museum
  • London’s West End theatres
You could also take part in other social and cultural activities, such as a trip to Bruges, Jack the Ripper Walk, Thames River boat trip, trip to Stonehenge and Bath or a Wales Adventure Weekend.

Additional costs
  • Accommodation in London
  • Meals
  • London transport
  • Learning materials
  • Additional personal travel and excursions
Note: Activities offered may vary from those shown and may incur an extra cost
 
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Insurance

All participating students are registered for Pace’s emergency Travel Assistance/Health Insurance policy through ACE American Insurance/AXA Assistance USA.  There is no additional charge.
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Visa

For U.S. Students:
U.S. citizens with a valid passport planning to study abroad LESS THAN 6 MONTHS do not need a visa to enter the UK, however, you should still bring supporting documents with you when crossing borders.

Students with a valid US passport planning to study abroad for MORE THAN 6 MONTHS need to apply for a Tier 4 Visa. Learn more about Tier 4 (General) Visa and how to apply by reading further below.

For International Students:
All outgoing students who do not hold a U.S. passport within the European Economic Area (EEA) are required to obtain Entry Clearance prior to beginning study. Additionally, depending on your country of citizenship, you will be required to apply to either for a Short-term Study or Tier 4 Visa.
Click here to find out if you need a visa to visit the UK for work or study.

Single Semester and Summer Students (LESS THAN 6 MONTHS) are strongly recommended to select either:
  • Pre-application for Short Term Study Visa - This is a multi-entry visa, allowing study as well as travel outside the UK during the period of study without obtaining a new UK visa with each entry. Short Term Study Visa holders are not permitted to work or volunteer during their time in the UK.
     
  • Tier 4 (General) Visa - This is a multi-entry visa which allows for study as well as work or volunteering during the period of study, within published rules. Single semester students wishing to apply for a Tier 4 (General) Visa must request a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) from Regent's University.
    • Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS)
      If you do require a visa to study in the UK and wish to apply for a Tier 4 (General) student visa you will need a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) from Regent’s University London. Regent's can only assign a CAS when the following three criteria have been met:
      • 1. You have been given an unconditional offer, and
      • 2. You have paid your registration fee and deposit towards tuition fees, and
      • 3. Regent's is satisfied that you meet all of the Immigration rules including:
        • a. Maintenance requirements (bank statements)
        • b. Proof of English
        • c. Progression
        • d. 5 year cap
Year-long Students must pre-apply for a Tier 4 (General) Visa. This is a multi-entry visa allowing study as well as travel outside the UK and/or engagement in work or volunteering activities for the duration of the visa. A Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) will be issued by Regent's University London for full academic year students three months prior to the commencement of study. Tier 4 (General) Visa holders may work or volunteer during their time in the UK, within published rules.

Further visa information can also be obtained on the following webpages:
We also offer in-house advice and guidance through our Student Immigration Advisory Service.

It is your responsibility to check whether you need a visa and to ensure that you have the correct type. Rules and regulations in this area have become increasingly strict over the past few years so it is in your own interest to have everything in order, but please contact us with any questions.
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Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Fall 2019 03/15/2019 04/01/2019 TBA TBA
Academic Year 2019-2020 03/15/2019 04/01/2019 TBA TBA