Regent's American College London
|Regent's American College London|
Regent's college main, London
|Dean||Lady Sophie Laws|
|Location||London, United Kingdom|
|Former names||British American College London|
Regent's American College London, (commonly abbreviated to "RACL"), is a part of Regent's College, the campus of which was originally built in 1913 in the midst of Regent's Park in central London, UK. Until 2007 the college was known as British American College London. RACL is the official London campus of Webster University, St. Louis, USA. Webster University was founded in 1915 and has been fully accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools since 1925. RACL's degrees are awarded by Webster University.
The student body is primarily international, with large populations from the Middle East, USA, South Asia and Eastern Europe. The college offers a wide choice of majors in management, media, international relations, politics, psychology and the liberal arts. The college brings the Liberal Arts curriculum of American higher education to the UK.
Webster University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Schools and Colleges. The accreditation, which was awarded in 1925, includes both the undergraduate and graduate levels at all locations where the university offers academic programs.
Regent's American College London registers around 400 students a year, from 65 different countries. Students come from affiliated schools, study abroad programs, as well as full-time degree seeking students.
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