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I'm considering Regent's University but was wondering if anyone could perhaps give me some insight into how this university stands in the eyes of employers etc. Is it just a university for rich poeple who couldn't get into the top tier London unis or does it have accredation and a good reputation. To put it into context, i'm also considering Edinburgh, reading, Heriot-Watt and Oxford Brookes (insurance) - where would Regent's stand in relation to these unis?
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I'm considering Regent's University but was wondering if anyone could perhaps give me some insight into how this university stands in the eyes of employers etc. Is it just a university for rich poeple who couldn't get into the top tier London unis or does it have accredation and a good reputation. To put it into context, i'm also considering Edinburgh, reading, Heriot-Watt and Oxford Brookes (insurance) - where would Regent's stand in relation to these unis?
I'd never heard of it. Presumably employers are just going to view it as a university. Interested to see what others say.
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I'm considering Regent's University but was wondering if anyone could perhaps give me some insight into how this university stands in the eyes of employers etc. Is it just a university for rich poeple who couldn't get into the top tier London unis or does it have accredation and a good reputation. To put it into context, i'm also considering Edinburgh, reading, Heriot-Watt and Oxford Brookes (insurance) - where would Regent's stand in relation to these unis?


So which university you got into out of these ?
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So which university you got into out of these ?
I actually changed my applications, I applied after i got my results (BBB) with predicted (AAB) (Said i'd retake a couple modules. I applied to York, Newcastle, City, Leeds and Sussex.

Offers from: York
Unconditional offer to Sussex

Waiting on: City
Newcastle

rejected by Leeds because I applied for a foundation course which apparently was only for very poor people or people from schools in the lowest 10%

Im thinking i'll most likely take my Sussex offer as its one of the highest for business (my course) out of my choices and it means i won't have to retake.
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I actually changed my applications, I applied after i got my results (BBB) with predicted (AAB) (Said i'd retake a couple modules. I applied to York, Newcastle, City, Leeds and Sussex.

Offers from: York
Unconditional offer to Sussex

Waiting on: City
Newcastle

rejected by Leeds because I applied for a foundation course which apparently was only for very poor people or people from schools in the lowest 10%

Im thinking i'll most likely take my Sussex offer as its one of the highest for business (my course) out of my choices and it means i won't have to retake.


Ohh that’s great 👍🏻

So what would be your take on Regent’s university?
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Regents is not a reputable university... by any means.
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Ohh that’s great 👍🏻

So what would be your take on Regent’s university?
My take, from my research, speaking to a few students etc is that it's predominantly international, rich students (nothing bad about that but something to think about).

I'd probs go there if I got CCC or lower maybe, or if I really wanted to be in London.

The campus is cool and the business courses looked interesting and flexible.
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