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A Universidade de Reading agora recoñecido como un dos mellores 200 Universidades do mundo, e é o fogar 17,000 estudantes de máis 150 países.

Nos ofrece unha ampla gama de programas desde a pura e ciencias aplicadas ás linguas, humanidades, ciencias sociais, empresas e artes. Novas investigacións e as últimas novidades alimentar continuamente a nosa ensinanza, con o noso equipo académica traballar na vangarda dos seus campos de especialización, e seguen sendo un dos máis populares opcións de ensino superior no Reino Unido.

o Universidade de Reading é unha universidade pública situada en Reading, Berkshire, Reino Unido. Foi creado en 1892 comoUniversity College, lectura e recibiu o Royal Charter en 1926 do rei George V. Foi a única universidade para recibir a súa carta entre as dúas guerras mundiais e é, polo tanto, unha universidade de ladrillo vermello.

Reading é clasificado como un dos top 200 universidades do mundo. Ela é clasificada 156 na última 2015 QS World University Rankings,súa máis alta posición de sempre na valoración. It is also one of the UK’s leading research-intensive universities. It is based on three (anteriormente Four) campus en, e en torno, a cidade de Reading.

Universidade de Reading entender que ir á universidade é un investimento considerable, e unha que debe mellorar as súas perspectivas de carreira.

That’s why Reading University offer everything you need to prepare yourself for professional life and give you the edge in your future career.

Universidade de Reading ofrecer unha ampla gama de cursos de graduación e posgrao en moitos asuntos diferentes, é dicir, vostede está obrigado a atopar o camiño certo para vostede.

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Faculty of Arts, Humanidades e Ciencias Sociais
  • School of Arts and Communication Design
    • Department of Art
    • Department of Film, Theatre and Television
    • Department of Typography and Graphic Communication
  • Institute of Education
  • Facultade de Ciencias Humanas
    • Departamento de Classics
    • Departamento de Historia
    • Departamento de Filosofía
  • Facultade de Dereito
  • School of Literature and Languages
    • Department of English Language and Literature
    • Department of Modern Languages and European Studies
  • Escola de Política, Economics and International Relations
    • Departamento de Economía
    • Department of Politics and International Relations
  • International Study and Language Institute
Facultade de Ciencias da Vida
  • School of Agriculture, Policy and Development
  • School of Biological Sciences
  • Escola de Química, Food and Pharmacy
    • Departamento de Química
    • Food and Nutritional Sciences
    • The Reading School of Pharmacy
  • School of Psychology and Clinical Language Science
    • Department of Clinical Language Sciences
    • Departamento de Psicoloxía
Facultade de Ciencias
  • School of Construction Management and Engineering
  • School of Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science
    • Departamento de Arqueoloxía
    • Department of Geography and Environmental Science
  • School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences
    • Department of Mathematics and Statistics
    • Department of Meteorology
  • School of Systems Engineering

Henley Business School

Henley Business School is a highly selective, top-ranking business school, among only 58 institutions worldwide (menos que 1% of business schools globally) to be granted Triple accreditation by the three largest and most influential business school accreditation associations: EQUIS, AMBA and the AACSB. It includes several academic areas:

  • Business Informatics, Systems and Accounting
  • Leadership and Organisational Behaviours
  • International Business and Strategy
  • ICMA Centre
  • Real Estate and Planning

historia


The university owes its first origins to the Schools of Art and Science established in Reading in 1860 e 1870. en 1892 o College at Reading was founded as an extension college by Christ Church, a college of the University of Oxford. The first President was the geographer Sir Halford John Mackinder. The Schools of Art and Science were transferred to the new college by Reading Town Council in the same year.

The new college received its first treasury grant in 1901. Three years later it was given a site, now the university’s London Road Campus, by the Palmer family of Huntley & Palmers fame. The same family supported the opening of Wantage Hall in 1908, and of the Research Institute in Dairying in 1912.

The college first applied for a Royal Charter in 1920 but was unsuccessful at that time. However a second petition, in 1925, was successful, and the charter was officially granted on 17 marzo 1926. With the charter, the college became the University of Reading, the only new university to be created in the United Kingdom between the two world wars.

en 1947 the university purchased Whiteknights Park, which was to become its principal campus. en 1984 the University started a merger with Bulmershe College of Higher Education, which was completed in 1989.

en outubro 2006, the Senior Management Board proposed the closure of its Physics Department to future undergraduate application. This was ascribed to financial reasons and lack of alternative ideas and caused considerable controversy, not least a debate in Parliament over the closure which prompted heated discussion of higher education issues in general. en 10 October the Senate voted to close the Department of Physics, a move confirmed by the Council on 20 novembro. Other departments closed in recent years include Music, Socioloxía, xeoloxía, and Mechanical Engineering. The university council decided in March 2009 to close the School of Health and Social Care, a school whose courses have consistently been oversubscribed.

en xaneiro de 2008, the university announced its merger with the Henley Management College to create the university’s new Henley Business School, bringing together Henley College’s expertise in MBAs with the University’s existing Business School and ICMA Centre. The merger took formal effect on 1 agosto 2008, with the new business school split across the university’s existing Whiteknights Campus and its new Greenlands Campus that formerly housed Henley Management College.

A restructuring of the university was announced in September 2009, which would bring together all the academic schools into three faculties, these being the Faculty of Science, the Faculty of Humanities, Letras e Ciencias Sociais, and Henley Business School. The move was predicted to result in the loss of some jobs, especially in the film, theatre and television department, which will shortly be moving into a brand new £11.5 million building on Whiteknights Campus.

na tarde 2009 it was announced that the London Road Campus was to undergo a £30 million renovation, preparatory to becoming the new home of the university’s Institute of Education. This is planned for completion in the summer of 2011, and is being partially funded by the sale of the adjoining site of Mansfield Hall, a former hall of residence, for demolition and replacement by private sector student accommodation.

The university is a lead sponsor of UTC Reading, a new university technical college which opened in September 2013.

en 2016 a move to reorganise the structure of Reading University provoked student protests. en 21 marzo 2016, staff announced a vote of no confidence in the Vice ChancellorSir David Bell. 88% of those who voted backed the no confidence motion.


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