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Vice-Chancellor congratulates students on A-level results

Release Date 17 August 2018

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As A-level students pick up their results, Sir David Bell, University of Reading Vice-Chancellor, said:

"Congratulations to all of our new students receiving their exam results today. A-levels and other qualifications are tough - they require dedication and hard work to achieve success. We expect nothing less from our students.

"Reading is a global top 200 university with a strong focus on both teaching and research. We are confident in what we offer students - top-class services and facilities and an award-wining campus, in which we continue to invest.

"We are part-way through a £200 million capital investment programme to further improve our facilities, including a £40 million revamp of our Library and a £55 million new health and life sciences building.

"Our students tell us they have a great experience at Reading and 94% of our graduates are in work or further study within six months of leaving university, which is testament to the education and support they receive during their time here."

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