We are proud to announce that Regent College London will have a new home for the new 2014/2015 academic year starting from this September.
In autumn 2014 Regent College London will open its doors to students in its new location at Madison House Campus in Wembley. The vision is to further expand the higher education offering with a focus on further education and English language preparation programmes to be provided at the new campus.
The new state of the art campus will provide an exciting range of higher and further education courses, as well as studying English as a Foreign Language development programmes, with current and potential students gaining access to a newly developed learning resource centre and facilities such as abrand new library, a state of the tech computer suite as well as maintaining access to the library at the Brent Civic Centre in Wembley Park, Students currently attending Regent College London Division study a variety of business qualifications, from a BTEC level 3 to a Level 4 and 5 Higher National Diploma.
The new education building will be a key part of the community and as such will not only build links with local businesses across the Wembley area, but also will provide facilities and a service for the general public to gain valuable information on the current programmes of study offered at Regent College London. The newly refurbished Madison Campus will consist of three separate floors, 15 lecture rooms with a newly developed open plan administration office located in the basement of the building, where students could gain easy access to members of staff for academic and welfare support.
The new building will replace the college’s current Howarine campus with a high quality, modern and sustainable campus, equipped with state of the art digital learning tools offered in class. Additionally, the redevelopment of the Madison House site at Wembley Central will be an important and significant step towards achieving the college’s mission of providing high quality learning and support for the people and the economic future of the area. We look forward to welcoming all our existing students to the new Madison Campus who will be coming back for their second and final year studies with us.
Induction will be held at the new building on Monday 22nd September 2014 at 10.00 am for morning groups and 5.30 pm for the evening classes. All students will be given all receive the necessary information and guidelines there to help and support them to settle quickly into life at the new campus. For further information on how to get to the new Madison building or any queries regarding the big move, please visit our ‘contact us’ page, or alternatively you can call us on (+44) 203 697 2200 or email a member of the support team at firstname.lastname@example.org.