Regent Group was established in 2000 by Selva Pankaj, Tharshiny Pankaj and Senior Selvanayagam.
Regent Independent College was the very first division within Regent Group established that same year offering full-time courses for Year 10, Year 11, AS and A2 as well as intensive one year courses for GCSE and A-Level.
As it established both its place in the local community and a favourable reputation, it grew in student numbers and an interest in part-time provision evolved with enquiring parents.
Soon Regent Independent College started offering supplementary tuition for students in Year 7 and above in English and Maths. Demand led to Science being added to the suite of subjects on offer. Later, primary tuition for students aged 4 upwards in literacy and numeracy was introduced along with programmes of preparation for entrance exams for independent and grammar schools.
In 2010 based on demand for alternative courses, Regent diversified into the provision of Higher National Diploma courses in Wembley and thus Regent College London was born and has since blossomed. Regent College London now have 5 campuses in London, Harrow, Kingsbury, Southall and Wembley now offers a range of Higher Education courses including Foundation degrees, Foundation Year routes, Bachelor’s Degrees and Top-up degrees in business, marketing, computing, business entrepreneurship and health & social care. All the degrees are franchised or validated by leading universities including University of Bolton, Buckinghamshire New University, University of Northampton and Bishop Grosseteste University.
Regent Group diversified into real estate management and investment management company in 2018 with the establishment of Regent Investment Management. The company provides services and manages projects in Asset Management, Capital Raising, Educational Investments, Early Stage Investments in Technology, Social Impact Investments, Mergers & Acquisitions, Off Market Real Estate, Residential & Commercial Real Estate Portfolio and Development Projects & Investments.