London, United Kingdom
London is a city at the center of the world – and a world in one city, with more than 300 languages spoken and a wealth of different cultures and communities. The ever-present international flavor that is now so much a part of cosmopolitan London is what makes London so appealing to students! London's world-class tourist attractions are renowned across the globe. You'll be able to explore Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey… just to name a few. Studying abroad will be an exciting and unforgettable time with an immense range of things to see, do and experience!
Regent's University London sits among the rose gardens of beautiful Regent's Park, in the heart of one of the world's most exciting cities and major financial centers. Students enjoy a truly urban environment in one of the world's most exciting cities. The campus offers classrooms, academic and staff offices, a cafeteria, coffee shops, a student recreational area, and a library. From campus, it is a short walk to the West End, which offers world-class entertainment, museums, galleries, nightlife and shopping. In a city so richly filled with attractions and distractions, Webster students find that there simply isn't enough time to see and do everything.
Updates on Webster-London:
As announced in November 2014, Webster University’s relationship with Regent’s American College in London (Regent’s) will conclude in 2016. This London campus was the home of degree-seeking students as well as a study abroad site for students from other Webster campuses and students from our WINS (Webster International Network of Schools) affiliate program.
For the degree-seeking students, Webster University is working to provide the opportunity to complete the degree or transfer to another Webster campus or other university.
Undergraduate study abroad students from Webster University and the WINS affiliates will continue to study at the London location through Spring Semester 2016. At the end of Spring Semester 2016, Webster University will conclude study abroad programs at Regent’s American College in London. At the graduate level, academic programs are nearing their completion, and thus applications for graduate study abroad will not be accepted for the location.
Webster University is in the process of partnering with other educational institutions in the United Kingdom and is seeking, in particular, a partner in London. Details on new opportunities to study in London and the U.K. will be forthcoming.
Webster University first opened a location in London in 1986 and partnered with then-Regent’s College in 1994. Webster University continues to commit to study abroad opportunities for students and is looking forward to the new opportunities that can be created. The official Webster University announcement can be found here: http://blogs.webster.edu/webstertoday/2014/12/01/webster-university-london-to-find-new-location/
Webster University is seeking a new London location and partner for students to study at after May 2016.
Undergraduate students may continue to study abroad at this location through Spring 2016.
Graduate students are not being accepted for this location due to the program nearing completion.
Study abroad students will not be affected by the financial aid issues at Regent's.
Webster Today- Webster University to Find New Location
Students may no longer apply for full American degree programs at the London campus until further notice.