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Our partnership with Jindal Global University

The School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences is well-established as a global leader in teaching, research and training. Being amongst one of the first psychology departments to open its doors in the UK, we have an extensive and distinguished history that can be traced all the way back to 1921.

The School has an exceptional research impact, with 100% of its research being classified as ‘outstanding’ or ‘very considerable’ in the Research Excellence Framework 2021. By choosing to study with us, you will gain all of the in-depth knowledge necessary to excel within your chosen programme, whilst also having the opportunity to learn from internationally recognised research and teaching staff.

Double Master’s programme

The University of Reading (UoR) and the Jindal Global University (JGU) have partnered to develop an innovative Double Master’s programme in MSc Theory and Practice in Clinical Psychology (with Research Placement) and MSc Language Sciences

Upon the successful completion of a Master’s in Applied Psychology at JGU, and subject to receiving admission to UoR, students will be able to transfer to Reading, in order to complete one of the two chosen programmes.

Students will be able to receive a master’s degree from each institution once they complete all two years with both universities.

Entry requirements

  • Successfully complete the one-year Masters in Applied Psychology at JGU
  • Have an English language IELTS score of 7.0 overall with no element less than 6.5.


  • A 10% discount will apply on MSc Theory and Practice in Clinical Psychology (with Research Placement) and MSc Language Sciences.
  • A 20% discount for students considering PhD study at PCLS

How can we support you?

Studying in a different country can be a huge change. We want to make sure that you’ll feel happy and supported in your new home. With both of our staff and students representing a wide range of cultures and backgrounds, we know you will be able to thrive with us. We believe in going the extra mile with support and provide each of our students with a dedicated academic tutor, who will deliver both academic and personal support. 

Our team of advisers are available to offer support on issues such as money matters, visa queries, accommodation and even help with defining words that might be unfamiliar to you. You can also benefit from the University of Reading's International Mentoring Scheme, matching you with a current student mentor at the University.

Read about the University's international student support.

Why study with us at the University of Reading?

  • Our School provides access to state-of-the-art facilities that will aid in your learning. These include research labs, testing cubicles, various neuroimaging facilities, an in-house assessment library, and observation resources. 
  • Our on-site clinics and research centres not only provide essential resources for teaching and research but also serve as a bridge between theory and hands-on practice.
  • You would be joining a close-knit community of over 175 master’s students and 105 PhD students, representing a diverse range of cultures and backgrounds from over 35 countries worldwide.
  • Staff members within our School are involved in national and international research projects, societies, and funding bodies. This means that you will benefit from their expertise and stay up-to-date with the latest research developments in the field. You may also have the opportunity to participate in conferences and contribute to scientific journals. 

Our campus life

The School is located within our beautiful, award-winning Whiteknights campus, a vibrant community with a wide range of facilities to help you study, have fun and relax. We have a newly refurbished Co-op supermarket on campus in addition to a variety of places to eat, drink and socialise.

Our award-winning students' union runs over 150 clubs, societies and volunteering activities. In addition, you will have access to the extensive sports facilities on offer. 

The University is within walking distance to the town centre and there are also regular buses from campus.

We offer a wide range of accommodation options on and around our main campus.

Learn more about student life