Now that places in London are finally opening up, we can finally get back to some sort of normality, whether it be seeing friends or dining out, we have some sort of freedom. However, that doesn’t mean we get to say goodbye to virtual events. We have all had to adapt to virtual events and they look like they are here to stay for the foreseeable future! Which proves beneficial to the host company as they are able to reach a wider audience and even audiences from other countries. And so to honour places opening up and the continuation of virtual events, we have decided to include a good mixture of both in our latest edition of What to do in London in May.
Regent College London May Virtual Open Days
As you know we have been hosting Virtual Days since February and they’ve been a great hit. Prospective students are able to find our everything they need to know about Regent College London and speak to a range of staff members to find out event more. At our virtual open day you will hear from our Principal, Heads of Schools, expert Academic Faculty, Recruitment and Admissions Officers, Student Finance Manager about applying and studying at Regent College London. You can find out all you need to know about our higher education courses, our transformational learning programmes and the digital delivery of our courses. Or you could ask our students directly about their experience.
Our May Virtual Open Days are:
- Saturday 8th May: 12:00pm-2:00pm:
- Thursday 27th May: 4:30pm-6:30pm:
You can find out more about our Virtual Open Days here, we hope to see you there.
Regent College London Facebook Live Events
Continuing on with the virtual events, we have been hosting live Facebook Events every week. They either fall on a Wednesday or Thursday and we cover a range of topics from discussing everything you need to know about our three different schools to student finance, student support and much more. Check out our Social Media Pages every week to find out what events we will be hosting, and here’s how you can join:
Thinking into Character Study Circle
We’re also hosting a great event for Regent College London Students. The Thinking into Character Study Circle has been created to encourage a community of practice and deepening understandings of the programme. You can find all the details on the image below. However, please note that this is only for Regent College London Students, and they would have been notified via email.
Have you been missing the outdoors and seeing different types of species? Good News! London Zoo has officially reopened. There are still coronavirus safety measures in place so that you can still have fun roaming the Zoo, whilst being kept safety. You will have to book tickets in advance and there are limited numbers, but you can find out more here.
And if animals isn’t your thing but nature is, why not check out Kew Gardens. Kew Gardens have a new exhibit that showcases vivid, spectacular colours of the natural world. Kew Gardens is renowned for its botanical gardens and special floral displays. Just like London Zoo, there are safety measures in place to ensure the safety and wellbeing of its visitors. Find out more here.