Acland Ground Floor

+44 (0)20 7487 7667

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Find information about:
     - extenuating circumstances
     - request a document
     - book a wellbeing appointment
     - get help to managing your studies
     - and much more



Where to eat?

The Brasserie

Lovely café with coffee and fresh handmade sandwiches, delicious cakes and other sweet treats.
Oliver Building


Probably the smallest Starbucks you've ever seen, and probably also the only on-campus Starbucks you've ever seen.
          The Quad

The Refectory

The main restaurant with daily changes in the selection of fresh made food from local ingredients.
         Oliver Building

More about Regent's Food!


Did you know that London is ranked
as the
best city in the world
to be a university student?

No doubt if you ask us...

The SU London Guide

Find information about:
     - Local places to visit within walking distance
     - Best markets in London
     - Must visit restaurants and cafés
     - see also

If you know any hidden gems that we don't, please let us know!



What is the Be Active programme?

How do I sign up?

What Gyms do we collaborate with?

Which competitive teams can I become a part of?



Did you know that we have an excellent Academic Skills Team who are here to support and advise you throughout your studies?

They can help you with:
     - Academic writing (essays, reports, literature reviews)
     - Time management
     - Reflective writing features
     - Presentation skills
     - Exam and revision tips
     - and much more



The Support & Welfare Team
Are you facing a difficult situation that may affect your studies?


Asking for help can be hard but sometimes it is pivotal to get advice on how to manage a situation
- especially if the situation may impact your studies.

Do you need help to explore thoughts/feelings/behaviours to
get a clearer understanding of yourself?

International SOS provides free counselling to all our students 24/7. 


More information here

+44 (0)20 8762 8008

UK's student mental health charity
         Student Minds
         Student Space

Supporting a friend
It is important to remember, that if a friend is struggling it is not your role to advise/solve the problem, but to listen and encourage them to access support services. If you are worried about a friend or how you're being affected, please contact The Support & Welfare Team

Supporting a friend can be tough, so make sure to care for your own wellbeing too!

Student Minds also have good advise on how to support friends.



For any visa and immigration enquiries contact them via email 
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