Bursary opportunities

Are you going on a placement or study abroad experience during 2014/15? Don’t forget that you may be able to apply for a Placement Bursary. If you are undertaking an international extra-curricular experience the Ede & Ravenscroft International Experience Bursary might be something for you. The Julia Boorman Award has been introduced to support disabled […]

We’re on it!

Improving the student experience At the University of Reading, we’re aiming to give you the best student experience possible. Your university years will be life-changing. Many of the friendships you form will last forever. Studying at a high level will change the way you think and learn for good. And you’re building the wider skills […]

Ready for Christmas?

On Wednesday 3 December there will be a Christmas fair on Palmer quad to get you feeling festive. Running from 17:00-22:00 and leading right into the Flirt! Winter Wonderland special at 3sixty, the Christmas fair will feature a skating rink, helter skelter, big wheel, seasonal food and drink, and a very special ‘photo booth’ where […]

NUS Blackout 2014

Friday 28 November brings the NUS Blackout to the University of Reading for the first time – and we need your help. We’ll be sweeping the campus to find out how much electricity is wasted over the weekend so why not join us for a night out with the lights out? From our Blackout Mission […]

Undergraduate Research focus group

Calling all first year students! The University of Reading Undergraduate Research Project is looking for participants in a focus group on undergraduate research. This will take place as a one-hour lunchtime session, with sandwiches and soft drinks supplied.  The session will be audio-recorded.  You will receive a £10 Amazon voucher for taking part, which will […]

Enhancement Week

3-7 November 2014 Enhancement Week offers dedicated time and resource for you to improve your study skills and enhance your employability, with a range of activites on offer. The Enhancement Week is not a break from study or engagement with the University; it should be seen as a different type of study rather than a […]

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