Regent’s University launches new liberal studies programmes in London

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Regent’s University launches new liberal studies programmes in London

26 November 2015

 

Regent’s University London has launched a new range of liberal studies courses which it describes as the first ‘true US-style liberal arts programme in the UK.’ The University says that unlike other British liberal studies degrees, which often prove to be a ‘pick and mix’ from existing courses, it is pioneering a genuine fusion of UK and US higher education systems.

Liberal Studies covers areas such as the humanities, social sciences and the arts, allowing students to move into a varying number of fields including business, English, media and communications, international relations and psychology.

Lawrence Phillips, head of Regent’s American College London, explains: “Building on over 20 years’ experience in delivering a US liberal arts curriculum, Regent’s new BA (Hons) programme has been built from the ground up. Students can focus on a major subject, and have the option of adding to their degree from a wide selection of minor and elective study choices.”

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