Overview of University of Reading

The University of Reading celebrated the 90th anniversary of its Royal Charter in 2016. The focus of the celebrations took place on Thursday 17 March 2016, which marked 90 years since the Royal Charter was granted on the same date in 1926.

The University of Reading is among the top 30 UK universities in world rankings (ranked 29th out of 84 UK universities featured in the QS World University Rankings 2020) and is home to 19,000 students from over 150 countries.

They offer a wide range of programs from the pure and applied sciences to languages, humanities, social sciences, business and arts. New research and the latest thinking continually feed into their teaching, with their academic staff working at the forefront of their fields of expertise, and they remain one of the most popular University of Reading higher education choices in the UK.

Faculties of University of Reading 

1. Faculty of Science
2. The Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Social sciences
3. Henley Business School

Tuition Fees

1. Undergraduate-
i. UK/EU tuition fee rates: £9,250 per year
ii. International tuition fee rates: £16,890 – £20,315

2. Postgraduate-
i. UK/EU tuition fee rates: £7,545
ii. International tuition fee rates: £15,270


  1. Archaeological Science Facilities
  2. Atmospheric Observatory
  3. Cardiovascular Imaging Facility
  4. Crop and Environment Laboratory (CEL)
  5. Crops Research Unit (Sonning Farm)
  6. Centre for Dairy Research (CEDAR) (Shinfield farm)
  7. Flavour Centre
  8. Food Processing Centre
  9. Herbarium
  10. Hugh Sinclair Nutrition Unit
  11. International Cocoa Quarantine Centre (ICQC)
  12. MRI Facility
  13. Museums and Special Collections
  14. National Fruit Collection
  15. Quest

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