The University of Reading firmly believes that money concerns shouldn’t be a barrier to accessing education and make every effort to ensure that students can study there, whatever their financial circumstances.
A range of loans and bursaries are available, details of which can be found on the university’s website. These services are available to students whether they are applying for support before they start at the university or while they’re there.
Examples of scholarships include:
Talented rowers who show a genuine chance of being selected for RUBC’s top teams or a chance of reaching the Olympic Games will be eligible for one of two rowing scholarships worth a maximum of £4,000 or £5,000.
The Jordans and Prince’s Countryside Fund Agriculture Bursary
Students studying a BSc Agriculture or BSc Agricultural Business Management course can apply for a bursary of £3,000 in their first year and a further £1,000 in their second and third years of study to support their studies.
Care Experienced and Estrangement Bursary
£1,000 per academic year is available for Home students under the age of 25 who have spent time in the care of their local authority at some point in their life.
Reading Real Estate Foundation
Students studying one of three undergraduate Real Estate & Planning courses at Henley Business School will be eligible to apply for an award up to £15,000 to support their studies.
Fees for UK and Republic of Ireland students starting an undergraduate course in 2022 are £9,250 per year for the full course duration.
Fees for International students starting an undergraduate course in 2022 are split into two bands. Fees for Band 1 subjects (non-laboratory courses) are £16,890 and fees for Band 2 subjects (courses with laboratory work) are £20,315. Certain courses do fall out of these bands and incur a premium course fee. See individual course pages for details.
From August 2022, new EU students will pay International tuition fees.
Year Abroad and Placement/Sandwich Year Fees
For students starting courses in 2022/23 that include a year abroad option (either working abroad or studying at a host university) or a placement/sandwich year, a discounted fee that is 15% lower than the normal yearly tuition fee will be payable for this year.
In addition to the course fees, payable to the university, there may be additional costs incurred during the course of studying. These costs include: textbooks, printing and photocopying, specialist materials, specialist clothing or PPE, and field trips.
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