The latest on study space

The £40 million refurbishment of the University Library continues this year, and we’re edging ever-closer to our expected completion date of autumn 2019! As the project moves into its final phases, we’re looking forward to the benefits that the upgrades will bring. Our aim has been to create a more comfortable and sustainable study environment, […]

Hello Neighbour

Do you know who your neighbours are? Despite the fact that we live right next to them, our neighbours can often remain complete strangers to us. While it’s unlikely that they’ll ever become our best friends, it’s definitely worth developing and maintaining good relationships with them. Little things can go a long way when it […]

November events with Reading International

This month, Reading International are holding two events worth a visit! Find out more details below. Redundant as eyelids in absence of light: Great Hall, London Road Campus. 15 November, 7pm As part of Reading International’s ‘A reproduction of three weeks in May 1970’ organised by NOVEL, there will be a lecture and a performance of […]

Tips for Renting Private Accommodation

Arranging housing is rarely an easy task, especially if you haven’t done it before, and it can feel like an overwhelming process. Here are a few tips to help you out when looking for private rented accommodation during your studies: Take Your Time It’s important when looking for housing not to feel rushed into a […]

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