Regent is one of the largest training centres in the U.K that owns and runs
several language schools, including Regent London. Regent has over 40 years
experience in teaching English to 50 different nationalities.
To learn English and get a taster of English culture, there's no better place to go than London. This exciting capital city is bursting at the seams with history, shops, museums, and art galleries. Studying English with Regent London will be truly memorable!
Regent London is based in Central London, with a capacity for 200 students in classes of up to 12. You can take General English, Academic Semester and Year Programmes and examination classes for Cambridge Papers and IELTS. There are intensive ClassSIX courses available for ambitious learners and Business English courses in small groups of 6 or one to one.
To meet other international students and enjoy Britain you should join some of the optional activities organised by Regent London. This includes day trips to Bath and Stonehenge, weekend trips to Paris, sports such as golf and club and pub nights.
The 300 year old building that Regent London inhabits was once home to the great diarist Samuel Pepys. Nowadays the modern interior is home to bright classrooms, a language laboratory, and a multimedia computer centre with free email and internet access. You can use the study centre to do your homework. The student café becomes a hive of activity during breaks. If you come here to study Business English you will gain access to the plush Executive Lounge with business facilities.
Study at Regent London and you'll be in the heart of the capital, close to
Embankment on the River Thames. You can walk from here to Trafalgar Square to
see Nelson's Column, or to pedestrianised Leicester Square. You can also walk to
the London Eye or the National Portrait Gallery.
The busy stalls of Covent Garden Market and the theatres of the West End are also within easy reach. You mustn't forget to stroll through close by St James's Park to see Buckingham Palace or along Embankment itself to get to the beautiful Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey.
The closest tube station to Regent London is Charing Cross. Tubes that run on the Northern and Bakerloo lines stop here.
Regent owns and runs several English schools in the U.K, including Regent London. Regent London is accredited by the British Council and a member of English UK.