Offering a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses for UK and international students, Reading University always focuses on improving the quality of teaching, expanding educational goals towards all international students.
Currently, Reading University has more than 17,000 students from more than 150 countries around the world. Studying here, students will develop the extremely good skills and knowledge necessary for them to be more successful in the future. The university has invested more than £500 million to set up modern facilities for its students and faculty. In addition, Reading University is ranked as one of the UK’s top 1% of research-intensive universities in the world.
Reading University is primarily located in the city of Berkshire, England and operates in three separate campuses: Whiteknight Road, London Road, and Bulmershe Road. Berkshire is a liveable city for those who are looking to study at Reading University. Travel time by train to central London only takes about 1 hour, so it is quite easy for student to travel and have a relaxing space on weekends.
To serve the teaching and learning activity, Reading offers modern facilities and equipment with plentiful resources from libraries and computers, laboratories, languages and wireless networks to a 24-hour technical technology information support system and a large library with millions of books.
Reading University Campus
Reading University has made many outstanding achievements on the rankings of The Guardian. Aiming at improving the teaching quality, its training orientation always focuses on actual job requirements. Currently, the university holds many records in the UK, such as:
Top 10 best universities in the world by Times Higher Education World University Rankings
98% of Reading’s research was rated as internationally recognised, 78% was classed as internationally excellent
Four-time winner of the Queen's Anniversary Prize
87% student satisfaction according to the 2016 survey
At Reading University, a group named Vietsoc (Vietnamese Society) often hold food and entertainment events to help students get closer and more confident in communication. You can share your studies with each other and ask for the support from seniors in the same courses.
ACADEMIC TRAINING PROGRAMMES
Students can choose and study at Reading University 4 following disciplines:
Arts and Humanities
1. Foundation course
Foundation course covers training for academic subjects, English and study skills.
IELTS: 5.5 overall
Graduated grade 11 or high school
2. Undergraduate and postgraduate programmes
The University’s undergraduate and postgraduate programmes offer more than 280 undergraduate courses and numerous postgraduate courses in a wide range of disciplines.
Undergraduate: IELTS 6.5 overall (no band below 6.0)
Postgraduate: IELTS 7.0 overall (no band below 6.5)
Foundation programme: £11,440/year
Undergraduate: £16,475 – £19,815/year
Postgraduate: £16,045 – £ 23,750/year
The scholarships are from £3,000 and can be higher depending on students’ achievements