Where you live is an important consideration for students wanting to study abroad, and there a number of options available to students joining the Study Abroad programme at Reading:
A room in one of the many halls of residence on or around our main Whiteknights campus
A room in a private house shared with other students
Students can apply for accommodation in hall once you have been formally offered and have accepted your place on our Study Abroad programme. You will receive an Accommodation Guide brochure providing you with more detailed information about what kind of accommodation will be available to you, and how to apply.
Whilst we are unable to guarantee all students joining our Study Abroad Programme a room in a hall of residence, every effort will be made to house as many students as possible. Full support will be provided by the relevant authorities at Reading regarding applying for a place in hall, but also to those who wish to live in private housing.