London Graduate Programs
Graduate students attend the Webster Graduate Studies Center at Regent's University London. The university aims to bring an international education to students from around the world at our beautiful central London campus.
Webster Graduate Studies Center adds American MA and MBA programs from Webster University to the range of courses available at the Regent's University London campus and forms a vital part of our higher education mission.
When you join the Webster Graduate Studies Center, you become part of a Webster University community of more than 15,000 students across three continents. Students throughout the United States, across Europe and in Asia, are studying the same Webster University MA and MBA curriculum.
At Webster Graduate Studies Center, you can begin your degree program in any of five terms a year, starting in January, March, May, August or October. Classes are held in an eight-week format, so full time students can study intensively and part-time students can complete their degrees at their own pace. Small classes lead to meaningful exchanges of ideas and perspectives.
Webster Graduate Studies Center faculty are skilled practitioners in their subjects. These working professionals share their hands-on experience in the classroom, continuing Webster University's tradition of combining theory and practice. In an increasingly interactive global community, students gain in-depth understanding of world cultures from dedicated teachers.
We hope that you will be inspired to lay the foundations of a future career in the full confidence that whatever your chosen career path may be, we will make an important difference to your life.
Graduate Housing and Meals
Regent’s University London manages a range of accommodations close to campus, in either local apartments or residence halls that offer easy access to the University. Graduate students can apply for University-managed accommodation either on or off campus or students can secure their own private accommodations. Graduate students are welcome to apply for on campus housing with undergraduate students, however residence hall space is subject to availability.
After acceptance, students can apply for housing by contacting James Barnes, Housing Officer with Regent’s University London at: Barnesj@regents.ac.uk
For more details, please visit: http://www.regents.ac.uk/study/accommodation/university-managed-accommodation.aspx