Regent's University London
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About the company

  • CEO
    Aldwyn Cooper
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    £18m to £73m (GBP)
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    Regent’s University London, Inner Circle, Regent’s Park, London NW1 4NS
  • Link
    Regent's University London website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 28 reviews and is evolving.



Marketing Manager in London
on 7 June 2020
Typical day was spent jumping through bureaucratic hoops or through people who probably enjoyed their job title more than doing actual work. Frustrating. Perks included subsidised staff canteen
Admissions Officer in Regent's Park
on 15 May 2022
Really bad experience with Regents, having worked with other universities. Regents expect a lot from employees but pay less than average despite high fees charged to students.
Lecturer in London
on 5 September 2021
Toxic work environment
the new 3-person management team has created a terrible work environment. Main requirement for advancement is to be a yes-person and never query their decisions. All solid, academic and professional profiles are leaving. Most recently the marketing director, the head of governance and the head of estates. Avoid at all costs!
Administrative in Regent's Park
on 9 June 2021
Unethical place to work - avoid
It is getting worse and worse, most of the managers do not have the skills and expertises, but they are there just because the relationship with the board. An example there is department managed by a married couple who covers up their inability and lack of expertise to work and to manage the staff. This affects the quality of work and allows unprofessional behaviours and attitude with inevitable consequences on the the working environment. The University went through another restructure, the 3rd in four years, no job security, you can't be sure if the Uni will survive and if you will keep your job especially if you don't have the right connections with the board.
Lecturer on Business Law and Human Rights in London
on 19 August 2020
Fun and relaxed place to work
Regent's University London has provided me with the opportunity to develop my lecturing skills at all levels, from foundation to postgraduate. During my time at Regent's, I have also broadened my knowledge base, developing courses in crime and society, international business law, human rights and law for film makers. I have developed various teaching, assessment and feedback methods.

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