Regent College is a medium-sized college located close to Leicester City Centre. The college offers courses from entry level to advanced level in a wide range of subject areas. Qualifications available include AS and A-level courses, GCSEs and BTEC vocational courses.
The College welcomed visitors from across the City and County to our open day on Saturday 7th November from 10.30am to 2.30pm. If you missed this opportunity and would still like to visit us please get in touch directly.
Visits and Applications
Contact us on 0116 2554629
A tour around Regent College will enable you to gain:
• Firsthand experience of the Regent College environment
• Speak to relevant tutors
• See our fantastic, new and completed refurbishment of modernised classrooms - fitted with new lighting and ceilings, new science labs and changing rooms.
Book now for the tour in the following ways:
• Call: 0116 2554629 ext: admissions
• Email: email@example.com
Anthony Nolan Trust
The Anthony Nolan Trust saves the lives of people with blood cancer and for this they need donors. Regent College, supported by the Rik Basra Leukaemia Campaign, hosted an event on Friday 26th April and achieved the highest registration of new donors at a single day event. An amazing 417 registered!
Students take to the skies to raise money for Sarcoma UK
Students David Yates, 20, and Katrina Middleton took to the skies on in May to raise money for Sarcoma UK. As part of creating awareness and money for Sarcoma UK the students jumped out of the aeroplane at 13,000 ft and did a parachute jump.
Regent Students Test Their Fears
Kajal Grant, Ryan Bray, Omar Butt and Karl Hastings, four of Regent College’s Sports Ambassadors, were selected by Alice Kempski, the College Sport Maker, to attend the 2013 Cooperative StreetGames Young Volunteers (CSYV) residential trip this Easter holidays.
Regent students cold snaps in Leicester Mercury
Regent College students Hamzah Waraich, Callum McBain, Melissa Plumb and Jasdeep Parmar have all had their own photography in this week’s Leicester Mercury.
Follow the links below to see their wintery snaps.
'Pass it on' - A lifesaving Campaign
Regent College has a long standing commitment in support of the Rik Basra Leukaemia Campaign and will again be hosting a donor recruitment drive and awareness event. This time though it will be as the penultimate organisation in the month long ‘Pass it on’ campaign and running with the support of 31 other businesses and community groups in the month of September, one on each day of the month. The aim is to pass on the vital and lifesaving message, that it’s easy to donate your stem cells!