Regents University London
Kent State Fashion School/Regents University London Program:
Throughout the year, junior and senior level fashion design and merchandising students can earn Kent State University credits while taking approved Fashion School courses at Regent’s University in London. Classes are held in royal Regent’s Park and specialist studios in neighboring Marylebone Village, and offer an inspiring setting for creative and commercial talent. Students can choose either a design or merchandising specialization, as noted in the course offerings on the reverse side of this flyer. The program will allow students to study in the heart of the fashion capital, with access to rich resources used by industry professionals.
Summer 2019: May 20 - June 28
Application Information/Program Deadlines
Deadline to secure enrollment is March 1, 2019, for summer and fall sessions. Deadline to secure enrollment for spring 2020 is July 1, 2019. It is recommended that you have an up-to-date passport at the time of application. Please submit all application materials in person to Melissa McCoy, firstname.lastname@example.org, Room 222, Rockwell Hall, Kent Campus. Additional applications will be available through Melissa McCoy.
Upon application to the program, students must be enrolled in 30000- and/or 40000-level fashion design and merchandising courses. Participants must have at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA upon application, with a 3.0 GPA preferred.
Courses apply to Fashion Design and Merchandising degree requirements. All Regent’s University London participants must maintain full-time enrollment.
PROGRAM COSTS AND FEES
Students pay a $60 Office of Global Education administrative fee, an HTH insurance fee that is required for all Kent State-sponsored study-away programs. Additional costs will be based on Regent’s University tuition, room and board fees, and personal expenses.
- $12,027 - Full rate tuition (fall 2019/spring 2020)
- $2,405 (summer 2019)
Please download the Regent's University London Program Flyer for a breakdown of the program costs and fees.