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Regent College London Moves to Phase 3

Regent College London are proud to announce that we will soon be moving to Phase 3 of our Five Stage System. The Five Stage System was created during the lockdown period and defines what studying at Regent College London will be like as we transition from the current situation to future learning and teaching. The stage that we are at will dictate which facilities and services will be open, and to what extent.

From the 20th March, we successfully implemented Regent Digital Services; a technological based learning ecosystem which has seen numerous lectures take place. We offer a range of degrees and their respective course types, including, Foundation Year Degrees, Bachelor Degrees, Top-up Degrees and Foundation Degrees. Our students have adapted incredibly well to learning digitally and thus will continue to provide this form of learning as we move into Phase 3.

Phase 3 consists of the first stage of reopening, which is likely to take place at the start of 2020/21, all teaching will take place via Regent Digital Services, with all 5 campuses in London, Harrow, Kingsbury, Southall and Wembley – open to limited services in a Covid Secure environment. Although student services will take place via Regent Digital Services, there will be new additional contact and arrangement methods in place and some socially-distanced activities.

Our students are the heartbeat of Regent College London and we ensure that their education with us will not be comprised in any shape, way or form. We have highly-professionally tutors that teach at high-standards, and we continue to provide digitally that to every student. As we move to Phase 3, we continue to monitor the situation at hand and follow Government Guidance.

For more information, please visit here or feel free to contact the Student Services Team on studentservices@rcl.ac.uk or 020 3897 3058.