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  • Locations: London, United Kingdom
  • Program Terms: Fall, Spring
  • Restrictions: Monmouth applicants only
  • Budget Sheets: Fall, Spring
  • Dates / Deadlines
Program Description:

Program Highlights

Study in the UK! Monmouth students can spend the Fall or Spring semester at Regent’s University London (RUL). Regent's mission is to develop tomorrow’s global leaders who are confident, cosmopolitan and connected. They become independent thinkers, prepared to make their mark in a globalized world. While in London, our students learn in a supportive, personal environment so that they can enter the world of work as leaders and entrepreneurs. The campus is located in the heart of Regent’s Park in central London, and is the envy of other institutions. With 11 acres of private gardens, the estate is a quiet, secluded haven in which to live and study. And yet, the proximity to the center of London means that everything the capital has to offer is on your doorstep. The city beyond provides a rich extension to the classroom.

Monmouth's England Program includes the following:
  • Airport pick-up and drop-off at Heathrow Airport
  • Four-day Orientation to familiarize students with the city of London
  • Welcome Dinner in London with your advisor
  • Free Red Bus hop-on/hop-off ticket to explore London
  • Furnished dorm accommodations with bed linens ready in dorm
  • AIG Travel Insurance (complete coverage for anywhere you might travel during the program dates)
  • Application fee, cleaning fee and security deposit
  • Meal plan that can be used at various on-campus dining locations
  • 24/7 Emergency support and On-site Staff support
  • 24/7 Mental Health and Wellness support -- enrollment in Morneau Shepell's My Student Support Program or My SSP where students can access counselors anytime during their Study Abroad experience

Monmouth Global's Pre-Departure Process includes the following:
  • Study Abroad 101 Information Sessions
  • Study Abroad Fair
  • Application Support and Academic Advising
  • Open Office Hours for program inquiries and planning
  • Global Education Mentor/Mentee program for accepted students
  • Two Pre-Departure Orientation meetings for students (Intercultural Competence Workshops)
  • Pre-Departure Parent Orientation
  • Bon Voyage Lunch

Monmouth Global's Alumni Opportunities include the following:
  • Welcome Back Lunch at Monmouth upon return
  • Opportunity to become a ‘Global Education Mentor’
  • Three, free "Unpacking Your Study Abroad" workshops to translate your experiences into career credentials

Course Info

Regent's University London consists of six schools and Monmouth students take classes that have been pre-approved from the Liberal Studies offerings. The campus is very international as students hail from around the world to join the various schools under RUL.  As with all of our programs, students can complete their General Education requirements here as well as major requirements and courses that cannot be taken anywhere else.  London is well known for theatre performances and at Regent's University you will have the opportunity to choose from many of these popular options. 

Department Chairs, Deans and General Education Oversight Committee members review all course syllabi to ensure these courses can complete your General Education and Major requirements.  Hence, it is crucial you pick approved courses.


In our course list, we highlight the level of students that are taking your courses.  You do not have to be in the same standing as those students, but it is generally recommended to take classes within one given level to avoid time clashes.
  1. Review all MU APPROVED courses via WebAdvisor. This comprehensive list shows how courses equate back as Monmouth credit and the course types they carry.  Simply choose RGNT - Regent's University London in the "Location" search for a full listing.
The Course Worksheet is meant to aid you in choosing the most suitable Monmouth approved courses to take during your semester abroad. Bring a copy of your worksheet to your Academic Advising meetings.

Fall/Spring Semester students can take 12-15 credits to be full-time. Most students choose the maximum of 15 credits, which is 5 classes.

Possible Fall/Spring Regent's University London (RUL) Schedule (15 Credits)

ENL 505 EN LIT 003 London's Literature LIT 3
BM 404 HRM 501 People, Management and Organisations   3
PSY 5A1 PY 002 Psychology of Fashion   3
REL401 RS 277 The World's Religions  GU 3
THE502 TH 003 Theatre in London: From Shakespeare's Globe to the West End  AT 3

Academic Calendar

Through study abroad, the Global Education Office strives to prepare students for successful lives in a global environment. We suggest early preparation for any global experience, and we ask that students plan ahead by becoming familiar with their academic audits and major requirements. This will enable students the most flexibility when exploring opportunities in other countries.   Please see these dates below and prepare your future semester abroad today!

England Program Calendar Spring 2020 
(Dates are subject to change)

Regent's Induction Week (Orientation) Arrive at Regent's on Sunday, Jan. 19 Mon.-Fri., January 20-24
First week of classes Mon., January 27
Easter Break Mon.-Fri., April 6-17
End of classes Fri., May 1
Study/Revision Period   Mon.-Fri., May 4-8
Final assessments and exam weeks Mon.-Fri., May 11-22
Check out of Accommodations (if applicable) Sat., May 23

England Program Calendar Fall 2019
(Fall 2020 dates coming soon)

Regent's Induction Week (Orientation) Arrive at Regent's on Sunday, Sept. 22 Mon-Fri., September 23-27
First week of classes Mon., September 30
End of Credit Repair Period Fri., September 27
End of classes  Fri., December 20

Check out of Accommodations
Sat., December 21

Student Life/Housing

While studying in London, Monmouth students will reside in Reid Hall which is a typical residence hall housing double or triple rooms. Reid Hall looks out over a lake and park surrounding the campus. Eight rooms have wheelchair access and are located on a corridor which has a wheelchair-accessible bathroom. Single-sex bathrooms are located on the corridors of each floor. 

A University representative is on duty at the front desk 24 hours a day and a member of the Student Services team also lives in the Hall. You will be charged a meal plan and have access to several dining venues throughout the campus where you can use your declining balance card.

Property Features:
  • Internet access in all residence halls
  • Fresh linen provided weekly
  • Pantry containing kettle, sink, and microwave are on each floor of Reid Hall
  • Card-operated laundry room on the 2nd floor 
  • TV and computer lounge on the 1st floor 
  • Students also have the opportunity to participate in a wide array of campus-wide activities, trips and social events each term. The Student Life team organizes a number of high profile events each term including:
  • Grand Autumn Party
  • Fresher’s Fairs
  • Graduation Balls
  • The Regent’s Arts Festival
  • Regent’s Fashion Show
  • Regular academic socializing events

Regent's Student Union organizes social events throughout the year so make sure you head to their website for all the latest events. The campus also boasts facilities to fulfill your daily needs of food, fun, and more as a student. Some examples include:

On-Campus Facilities:
  • The Tate Library which has extensive collections, plenty of study spaces, and knowledgeable staff
  • IT and Media Service Office that can provide many kinds of loan equipment
  • The Knapp Gallery exhibition space
  • Regent's Sports and Health Club that hosts weekly fitness sessions and daily gym provisions
  • NHS Counseling Service Office
  • Starbucks and Costa coffee shops
  • The Refectory aka the Dining Hall
  • The Brasserie Restaurant and Cafe

Costs & Financial Aid

Please refer to the Program's "Budget Sheet" for current tuition and housing costs.

Monmouth’s program includes the following in-tuition/housing costs:
  • 12-15 Credits
  • AIG Travel Insurance (complete coverage for anywhere you might travel during the program dates)
  • Visa paperwork from RUL and Monmouth
  • Host school application and housing fees
  • Airport pick-up at Heathrow in London and drop-off back to Heathrow at the conclusion of the semester provided you take the group flight
  • 4-day Orientation to familiarize students with the city of London
  • Welcome Dinner in London with your advisor
  • Accommodations and related fees, plus linen packs ready upon arrival
  • Meal Plan that can be used on various on-campus eateries
  • Free "Red Bus" hop-on/hop-off day trip to explore London
  • All pre-departure and returnee services/events from Monmouth

Not Included:
  • Passport (about $135)
  • Study Abroad fee and MU deposit
  • Airfare to and from country
  • Transportation to the airport at the end of the program
  • RUL key deposit fee (payable to RUL upon arrival, about $20)
  • Some meals
  • Books and course supplies
  • Personal spending and travel
  • Housing cancellation fees
  • Housing damage or repair fees

Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring 2021 10/23/2020 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.