Clock tower at Reading University Aerial view of restaurants and bars in Reading town centre Students cycling through Reading University campus

welcome to READING

Our Reading campus, based at The University of Reading’s London Road campus, is located in central Reading, just a 15 minute walk from the train station, in the heart of the employment-rich Thames Valley region.

About Reading

One of the best things about being based at the University of Reading’s London Road site is the campus life – providing your chance to enjoy a safe and stunning environment with a community atmosphere and everything you could want on your doorstep.

Immerse yourself in vibrant, fulfilling university life; with your Associate Student status, the University of Reading’s Students’ Union, Sports Park, state-of-the-art academic facilities and exceptional campuses are all available for your use – you can even join their societies.

This historic site, one of the University of Reading’s original campuses, features the Great Hall which is used for concerts and graduation ceremonies. The campus’ café is a nice place to eat, socialise and take a break between classes.

As a student at this campus, you will have access to our employability service which offers a host of events and activities to prepare you for the world of employment. Our dedicated employability team can help you to obtain work experience and pro bono opportunities to help you boost your CV and career.

At Reading, our tutors and staff are dedicated to helping you achieve your education and career ambitions. If you’re studying law with us, you will be able to benefit from our tutors’ experience as over 90% of them are qualified lawyers.

Student studying in library area

campusFACILITIES


  Café

  Computer suite

  Library

  Free Wifi

  Student Common Room

  Welfare Officer

  Student’s Union

  Counsellor

  Silent study area

  Sports park

Sarah Pooley, Guilford and Reading campus dean

staffMEET THE DEAN

Sarah studied for the CPE and Law Society Finals at The University of Law in London. She trained and qualified as a solicitor at Slaughter and May and worked in financial regulation until she moved into legal education.