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Young people reject Met Chief’s call for tougher jail sentences

Young people reject Met Chief’s call for tougher jail sentences
Young people with experience of extreme crime and punishment on the streets of London have rejected Met Police Chief Cressida Dick’s reported comments that ‘the worst teenage criminals should face tougher prison sentences to deter other youngsters from turning to crime.’ The Telegraph...
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Luger joins Regent’s as new Business Dean

Luger joins Regent’s as new Business Dean
Professor Michael Luger has been appointed as new Dean of Business and Management at Regent’s University London, following his last permanent higher education position as Dean of Manchester Business School. Professor Luger begins his Regent’s role on Wednesday 8 November and will initially...
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Regent’s welcomes college students for taste of university life

Regent’s welcomes college students for taste of university life
Regent’s University London has opened its doors to over 50 students and teaching staff from City of Westminster College and other local schools to offer students a taste of university, ranging from experiencing life on a busy campus, through to writing CVs and even learning to speak Chinese. The...
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Welcome and Checkout partner to support Channel Islands’ hoteliers

Welcome and Checkout partner to support Channel Islands’ hoteliers
Northamptonshire, UK-based hotel booking software specialists Welcome Systems has appointed Checkout (CI) Ltd as the sole agent in The Channel Islands for its Welcome Anywhere hotel bookings and enquiry management system. Welcome Systems’ Managing Director, John Jones, explains: “As part...
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Regent’s students see opportunities in China

Regent’s students see opportunities in China
Final year BA (Hons) Global Management (Finance) student, Mattias Bohman is celebrating the first anniversary of the China Business Society (CBS), a student-led group he established to help develop excellent networks for Regent’s University London students and graduates. Discussing the CBS’s...
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Blog-tastic achievement showcases Merin’s PR skills

Blog-tastic achievement showcases Merin’s PR skills
Having her blog published by a public relations agency has given Merin Mentex the confidence to consider a placement year as part of her studies at De Montfort University Leicester (DMU). Encouraged by her tutor Andy Plaice, the English Language and Journalism student pursued a number of work...
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Students take on 2,500km rickshaw charity trip in India

Students take on 2,500km rickshaw charity trip in India
(Left to right): Jamie Chu and Antoine Soulard. At a time when many university students are recovering from a well-earned break and preparing to return to their studies, two Regent’s University London compatriots have been experiencing a very different level of activity this summer. MSc...
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