Regent’s University London was established in 1984 as Regent’s College. It received taught degree awarding powers in 2012 and became a university in 2013. It is one of five private universities in the UK. The university has its campus in Regent’s Park, Central London.
Regent’s University London is a company limited by share capital.
The Board of Directors is responsible for overseeing the strategy and goals of the University. The chair of the board is Nick Whitaker. Day-to-day operational management is delegated to the Vice-Chancellor and CEO of their executive team.
In the financial year ended 30 June 2021, Regent’s University London had a total income of £31.62 million and total expenditure of £28.98 million. 98% of the total income generated was from tuition fees, and 42% and 53% of total expenditure were for operational costs and staff costs respectively.
At year end, Regent’s University London had total net assets of £24.924 million. Cash surplus for the period was £24.401 million.
Regent’s University London offers a wide range of courses in business, liberal arts and fashion design and marketing. As of February 2022, Undergraduate course fees range from about £18,500 to £21,000 per annum. Regent’s University London had an average of 339 full-time equivalent staff during the year ended 30 June 2021, of whom 150 were academic staff and 189 were management and administration staff.