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Passionate, inspirational students

We have exceptional students whose work at the University has inspired them to follow their passions and become successful. We support them in every way we can.

Undergraduate

Female construction manager wearing hi vis tabard and hard hat looking up at building with colleague

Zoë French: overcoming challenges

The support Zoƫ received during her studies, and the freedom to switch to a different BSc course, enabled her to get the best degree for her future.
Aerial view of undergraduate students studying together drinking coffee and using laptops

Louise Lawson: successful networking

As President of the Reading University Construction Society (RUCS), Louise helped other students to build their industry networks, secure placements and join the School's supportive community.

Black and white portrait of Lanre Onanuga, BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying graduate at University of Reading

Lanre Onanuga: a lifelong ambition

The unique flexibility of our undergraduate courses enabled Lanre to pursue projects and issues he was passionate about during his degree. 

Portrait of Josh Smith, BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying graduate at the Unviersity of Reading on his graduation

Josh Smith: dream graduate role

Josh credits the School's supportive community, adaptable courses and regular industry networking events with helping him attain his dream graduate role at Turner & Townsend.
Portrait of Ada Wong BSc Quantity Surveying graduate at University of Reading Graduation

Ada Wong: broadening horizons

Ada came from Hong Kong to study BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying at Reading. She found her arrival was made easier by the welcoming staff and students and the all-round support she received during her studies.

Master's

Black and white portrait of Dr Dimitris Antoniadis, MSc Project Management graduate at the University of Reading

Dr Dimitris Antoniadis: finding a new approach

Dimitris took advantage of our flexible study options to complete his MSc Project Management course while working in industry. 

Callum Forsyth MSc Renewable Energy graduate receiving his degree certificate from Vice Chancellor on Graduation Day

Callum Forsyth: sustainable impact

During his MSc, Callum gained commercial acumen and knowledge of industry-standard technologies that prepared him to start a career in renewable energy.
Black and white portrait of Amal Khawaja, MSc Construction Management graduate at the University of Reading

Amal Khawaja: taking her career to the next level

Amal wanted to progress from her role as a Civil Planning Engineer, so she embarked on the MSc Construction Management course at Reading to help her take the next step.
Reading graduate Tracy Tunge receiving her MSc certificate on stage at graduation

Tracy Tunge: tackling global challenges

Tracy was motivated to study the MSc Renewable Energy: Technology and Sustainability course by her own experiences growing up in Kenya.

PhD

Dr Rosalie Callway: building support for greener neighbourhoods

Rosalie explored the way green infrastructure is implemented in communities for her PhD research.
Portrait of Natalya Sergeeva, PhD student in the School of the Built Environment at Graduation

Dr Natalya Sergeeva: exploring and inspiring innovation

Natalya found a community of like-minded doctoral students at Reading. They were a vital source of support as she conducted research and pushed the boundaries in her PhD.

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Dr Marek Kubik: creating a sustainable future

Marek has become a key figure in the global drive for sustainability since undertaking doctoral study at the University of Reading,


Leaders in their field

Our staff bring their extensive industry experience and specialist expertise to their teaching at Reading.

Professor John Connaughton: connecting with industry

John worked in the construction sector for over 30 years. He believes that connecting industry with academia is important for resolving global sector issues.


Adrian Tagg: a steep ascent

Adrian runs his own successful consultancy and is also Lead for Building Surveying at Reading. His focus is always to move his courses, his students and himself forward.

Professor Runming Yao: bridging the gap

Runming works internationally using design and engineering solutions to improve the indoor environment of buildings and their energy efficiency. She promotes collaboration between countries and disciplines.
Athena SWAN Silver Award