Regent’s University London (formerly Regent’s College) is a private university located in London, United Kingdom. It is part of Galileo Global Education, Europe’s largest higher education provider.

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.