Study abroad at Regent’s University London

Du 10 février 2015 au 30 mars 2015
Regent’s University London is pleased to publish the application guide and module lists for: •Summer semester/ programmes 2015 (only for: May-June at RACL, June-July at RSFD/RSDFM) •Autumn semester 2015 (August/September to December 2015) •Spring semester 2016 (January-May 2016) In order to confirm your place on the programme, you will need to send the required application documentation electronically to by the following deadlines: 30th March for Autumn semester 30th October for Spring semester 1st March for Summer programmes In order to enable the students a smooth application process and a good start into their semester, note should be taken of the following: Nominations: Students may attend any of the specialised schools at Regent’s. Depending on the subject area they wish to study, they should enroll at that school that fits their interests best. Unfortunately, students cannot choose modules from across the schools. Available Schools: •European Business School London (EBSL)/Regent’s Business School London (RBSL). •RACL- Regent’s American College London (US liberal arts curriculum). •RILC- Regent’s Institute of Languages and Culture. •RSDFM- Regent’s School of Drama, Film and Media. •RSFD- Regent’s School of Fashion and Design. •RSPP- Regent’s School of Psychotherapy & Psychology. The Application Guide (one guide for all schools) have been attached. Depending on the school the students wish to attend, they must choose the correct module list. •The 2015/16 Application Form is attached. It must be filled in electronically. Any earlier versions will not be accepted. •An application consists of the following and applications will only be accepted and processed once all documents have been submitted: - Application Form including Module Choice Form - JPEG photo (for student ID card) - scanned copy of academic transcript (unofficial version is fine at this stage) - scanned copy of the photo page of the passport All documents pertaining to one student must be submitted in one email. The email can be sent directly by the student or by the International Relations office at USJ, as long as all documents are in one email and the student’s name is clearly indicated. Fee paying: The tuition fee prices for the academic year 2014/5 are as follows: - £6150 per student per undergraduate semester. - £6750 per student per postgraduate semester. English language proficiency: Students’ level of English should be sufficiently advanced to follow courses in this language and also to participate actively in the social life on- and off- campus. Regent’s offers intensive courses in English at Regent’s Institute of Languages and Culture throughout the year - some students may benefit from taking an intensive course prior to the beginning of their semester (at their own cost). Choosing Modules: •It is strongly recommended that students (and their academic advisors) read the module description and request the module syllabi prior to deciding on modules. The choices on the form are the final choices. There is no add/drop period at the start of the semester. •Students must indicate their first and alternative choices for modules (classes) they wish to take. We cannot guarantee that students will be given their first choices due to timetable clashes or closed classes. Therefore it is pivotal that the module choice form indicates suitable and approved alternatives. Students may be given any of these alternatives in case the first choices are unavailable or clash. •Students can choose modules from one school only. •We advise students not to take more than 25 ECTS/ 15 US per semester to allow time to explore and enjoy London. Previous exam results and student feedback have confirmed that a full workload is often too much to receive good grades. Insurance: It is very important that all students take out appropriate insurance for overseas travel. Accommodation: Information and application forms for securing accommodation can be found on our website. Places in University-managed housing are offered on a first come, first served basis, so it is important to submit applications as soon as possible to secure a place. Students staying for one semester are given priority over students returning for a second semester. Immigration Status and Visas: It is the student’s responsibility to establish if they need a visa to study in the UK and to request the visa type they require upon application. If they are unable to find the right information on our Application Guide on the UK Home Office website, do let us know and we will assist. For more info: Browse the Study Abroad Guide on this link Visit the Inbound website on this link