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Regent’s Model UN students take on the world

Regent’s Model UN students take on the world
Regent’s University London has completed its fourth and largest Model United Nations Conference (MUN) [2-3 July 2017], welcoming over 180 school students and faculty onto campus to take part in organised debates focusing on global challenges. Led by a team of Regent’s staff and alumni,...
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Latimer Arts College students raise £75,000 for Indian trip

Latimer Arts College students raise £75,000 for Indian trip
A group of 24 Year 11 and 12 students from The Latimer Arts College in Kettering have raised £75,000 to pay for a trip to India leaving on 12 July 2017, where they will be helping local people with a range of community-focused projects. The 21-day expedition, which will include educational,...
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Exploring the future of English language teaching

Exploring the future of English language teaching
Over 150 teachers, education policy-makers and language specialists recently attended Regent’s University London’s ‘The Future of English Language Teaching’ conference. Held in partnership with Trinity College London, the event addressed the most pressing topics for English language...
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Hard Brexit threatens UK collapse

Hard Brexit threatens UK collapse
Following the Conservative’s General Election win, Treasury figures warning that a hard BREXIT could cost up to £66bn are just the tip of the iceberg, says Professor Nada Kakabadse, Head of Marketing and Reputation at Henley Business School. “The Government is still in denial of economic...
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Design student creates alternative water-birthing experience

Design student creates alternative water-birthing experience
Regent’s University London final year BA (Hons) Interior Design students are showcasing their work to the world with a special public exhibition at the University’s Marylebone Campus until 12th July, 2017. At the exhibition opening, the Little Greene Paint Company shortlisted three final year...
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Welcome Webinar tackles PCI myths

Welcome Webinar tackles PCI myths
(Left-right): Webinar Chair and Director of More Fire PR Ltd, Mark Ferguson; Tracey Long, Paul Brennecker, and Connie G. Penn. The complex topic of PCI compliance for hotels and the myths surrounding this important topic have been analysed and explained by a panel of industry experts during a live...
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Final Year student designs wow capacity crowd

Final Year student designs wow capacity crowd
Marking the high point of three and four years’ work, final year students from Regent’s University London’s fashion and design courses showcased their talents at 148 Brick Lane in London on 11 May, 2017. An audience of over 600 guests witnessed the evening’s catwalk extravaganza, admiring...
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Are replication studies unwelcome in psychology journals?

Are replication studies unwelcome in psychology journals?
Professor Neil Martin Only a small number of psychology journals encourage the submission of ‘replication studies,’ an important part of the scientific process where scientists try and reproduce the outcomes of previous studies to verify their results are accurate and genuine. The...
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