There are many reasons to study at Reading including the following:
Highly respected degrees and excellent career opportunities – praised by the Quality Assurance Agency for the strong relevance of our curriculum to employers and high employability of our graduates. Over 97% of our students are in employment or undertaking further study (as at 6 months after graduation) according to the latest data collected independently for the Higher Education Statistics Agency. Further information about graduate destinations is held by the Careers, Placement and Experience Centre.
A Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning – HEFCE have rewarded us for our excellent teaching practice, and we are consistently ranked as one of the top institutions for our subject areas in the quality assurance and national newspapers' league tables.
Student support - in the independent Teaching Quality Assessment we achieved maximum ratings for student progression and achievement, student support and guidance, and learning resources. Our undergraduate students are high calibre and have 'impressed' our external examiners 'with their knowledge and understanding of their subject'.
Internationaly renown – the University has a strong research pedigree, with the School rated excellent in research in the last independent Research Assessment Exercise and a top UK research institution according to Science Watch. You will be taught by lecturers who link their current research activities into their teaching.
Interested and want to know more? We offer the following undergraduate degree courses:
- BSc Agricultural Business Management
- BSc Agriculture
- BSc Animal Science
- BSc Consumer Behaviour and Marketing
- BSc Environmental Management
- BSc Food Marketing and Business Economics
- BSc International Development - new for 2014/5
If you already have an idea of the type of career you might like to pursue on graduation, then staff at Reading will be delighted to advise you on which of our degree courses might best suit your needs.
For more information, contact our Undergraduate Student Office.