Language Festival 2014

3-6 November 2014 Why not take part in the International Study and Language Institute’s Language Festival programme during Enhancement Week? This year’s festival will explore the theme of Language and Diversity through films, cuisine, music and games. Main events Wednesday 5 November Self-Access Centre for Language Learning (SACLL), HumSS 230 Great World Cook-off Competition 12:00-12:30 Share […]

Future Leaders Programme

Do you have what it takes to be a Future Leader? Find out during Enhancement Week (and beyond). Development skills you need with the Henley Future Leaders Programme.  Come and get involved with one of our exciting one-day programmes featuring accomplished professionals from industry and pioneering academics from Henley Business School. Henley Future Leaders is […]

Voter registration

If you are living in Reading you may be eligible to join the local electoral roll. Use the link below to: register to vote update your name, address or other details on the electoral register You need to be on the electoral register to vote in elections and referendums. Registering takes around 5 minutes. You’ll […]

Top ten safety tips

Well, it had to happen eventually… Here’s our first ‘top ten’ post. These are the things my mum told me to remember – most of them still hold true. Top ten safety tips (in no particular order): 1. Don’t drink too much Yes, it can be fun to drink. But it’s not so much fun […]

Careers and Placement Fair 2014

29 October, 11:00-15:00 in the Palmer Building The Careers and Placement Fair is our biggest careers event. It is your chance to meet employers who are interested in recruiting students from a wide range of disciplines. There will be opportunities in the local area as well as  international opportunities and internship schemes. University staff will […]

Penalties for late submission

The University has issued new guidelines on the penalties for the late submission of coursework. So, if you hand your work in late be prepared to lose some marks… where the piece of work is submitted after the original deadline (or any formally agreed extension to the deadline): 10% of the total marks available for […]

Settling in

If you are struggling to settle in to life at Reading you should seek support from a member of staff at your earliest opportunity. Sources of support and advice include: Advisory Team (ask at the Carrington Helpdesk) Careers, Placement and Experience Centre Chaplaincy Counsellors Disability Advisory Service Faculty Senior Tutors Mental Health Adviser Peer Supporters […]

Welcome Week survey 2014

We’re keen to hear about your experiences of Reading during Welcome Week. We’d like you to tell us about your experiences in the run-up to arriving at Reading, moving in weekend, and Welcome Week itself! Your feedback will help us to make improvements for next year. Completing the survey will also give you the chance […]

The Oracle student session

Shop in Slumber Wear at The Oracle Student Sessions The Oracle to reattempt PJ Party world record at student event  The Oracle is excited to announce that it will be reattempting to break the world record for the ‘Largest Gathering of People Wearing Pyjamas’ at its bi-annual Student Sessions event on 7 October from 20:30 […]

No Stigma, No Shame!

RUSU are running a series of events to coincide with Mental Health Awareness Health (6-10 October) and World Mental Health Day (10 October). Time Session Venue Monday 6 October 10:00-11:00 Counselling and Wellbeing Talk ARC 18:00-19:00 Running Session RUSU Tuesday 7 October 10:00-11:00 Counselling and Wellbeing Talk ARC Wednesday 8 October 11:00-15:00 Tea and Talk […]

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