Our vibrant, active community here in Reading will help you to benefit from all that university life has to offer.
Your learning experience 2022/23
As a campus university, we are committed to creating a supportive and inclusive community, based in face-to-face learning on our active and vibrant campus. The benefits to your learning outcomes and your overall experience mean that your teaching will mainly be in-person. We also make the most of digital opportunities to enhance your learning experience.
You’ll have a range of engaging, interactive sessions depending on your discipline, such as tutorials, seminars, laboratory and practical work, workshops, group work, and lectures.
We work closely with our students to help inform our approach to teaching and learning and we’ve learned a lot about what you value in digital learning. We draw on the strengths of technology-enhanced teaching methods tailored to your subject to provide you with an excellent learning experience and help you to get the most out of your course. Well-designed digital activities and resources can allow you to study more flexibly and bring variety and interest to your course. They also allow you to build useful skills that you can use throughout your life like independent working and collaboration.
We design our programmes to be inclusive, respecting diversity, enabling participation, and removing barriers. We are also committed to using the opportunities that technology provides to deliver teaching in environmentally sustainable ways.
We are constantly looking to enhance the student experience for our students, based on your feedback. You can find out more about our current projects on Essentials.
Can I study remotely in 2022/23?
What support is available to me?
Will exams be conducted online in summer 2023?
How will I know which modules will require in-person exams?