Whether you are passionate about fashion design, graphic design, interior design, fashion marketing or film, stage and screen, cultivate your own unique design style and develop the skills and confidence needed for an international career. Regent’s offers an exceptional artistic education for a generation that wants to change the world through creativity.
This annual event is an exciting opportunity for our graduates to showcase their work to family, friends and industry contacts. It’s an integral part of Regent’s active, practical curriculum – helping graduates transition from student to professional career. During the week, attendees can join live showcases online and explore students’ creative portfolios.
See our students’ work. Each student’s graduate collection is a culmination of their Regent’s studies. In their degree, they are guided and inspired to unlock their own design philosophy through a highly practical curriculum that encompasses live industry briefs, study trips to global fashion hubs, expert masterclasses and collaborative projects. Students complete their courses with a professional-standard portfolio that can be presented to potential clients and future employers – ensuring they stand out in the crowd while forging industry relationships.
Regent’s is a cosmopolitan university, based in London's Royal Regent’s Park. Set in the heart of the UK’s vibrant capital, it’s a superb place in which to live and study – just minutes from all that this world-class city has to offer. Studying Fashion & Design at Regent’s, you’ll find the freedom to cultivate your own design philosophy – tackling briefs for real projects and networking with industry professionals, while being taught by creatives who live and breathe design. And, with central London as your extended classroom, you’ll be constantly inspired by globally recognised galleries, museums, exhibitions and fashion shows.
Support designed for you. Personal, academic and financial.
Nationalities on campus. Build a global network of friends and business contacts.
Students on average per class. Teaching centred on your personal goals.