The University of Reading has been at the forefront of UK higher education for nearly a century. Over the decades we have become innovators and pioneers, pushing academic boundaries and leading social change.
The University of Reading is a Top 30 UK University (ranked 27th out of 84 UK universities featured in the QS World University Rankings, 2021) based in the South East of England, 25 minutes from central London by train.
At the University of Reading, our master's programmes cover a broad range of disciplines. Through the quality of our teaching and research, as well as our excellent student support services, we're preparing our graduates to succeed in the world – and to seize the life-changing opportunities that lie ahead.
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The Graduate Institute of International Development, Agriculture and Economics (GIIDAE) at the University of Reading is an outstanding example of a global education experience, attracting a wide range and diversity of students from more than 40 countries.
The University of Reading is a research-intensive institution and has strengths in research to understand the causes of disease at the molecular level. Our advanced research informs our cutting-edge degree - MSc Molecular Medicine.
Join us for a journey of discovery, guided by our leading scholars. Our MA History covers early modern history through to the new millennium, whilst the MRes Medieval Studies delivered by the Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies explores the Middles Ages.
Embrace the very latest in data science and machine learning with a master’s programme accredited by the British Computer Society (BCS) – the Chartered Institute for IT.
We conduct pure and applied research in a
diverse range of topics, including data science, big data analytics, machine learning, computational science, computer vision.
Pursue an MSc in the School of Construction Management and Engineering at the University of Reading and transform your career.
The Department of Economics at Reading offers a range of postgraduate programmes reflecting the changing global economic environment and examines the links between changes at national and international level.
At the Institution of Education, University of Reading, our networks and the impact of our work are both local and global. Locally, we have close working relationships with over 400 schools; and globally, our research, consultancy and project work extends to countries as varied as China, Jamaica, the USA and Singapore.
The University of Reading School of Law is ranked 10th in the UK for research intensity with 100% of our research judged to be world leading, internationally excellent or internationally recognised. (Latest Research Excellence Framework, REF 2014)
Our two-year MSc Physician Associate (PA) programme provides essential training for those wanting to enter into this exciting healthcare role.
The University of Reading has a well-established PA programme developed in partnership with the Royal Berkshire Hospital and Berkshire Healthcare Trust in response to the growing demand for this professional role in the NHS.
Join our research-led Department of Politics and International Relations and take advantage of our strengths in political theory, strategic/conflict studies, public policy and comparative government.
The University of Reading is a great place to study Psychology at master’s level. You can explore the diverse aspects of psychology, neuroscience and language sciences alongside experts in the field.
Tuition fees vary depending on your programme and whether you are a UK or International student.
Fees are payable in two instalments: 50% on enrolment and 50% at the start of the second term of your studies. However, if you are receiving the Master’s Loan, you can also pay your fees in three instalments during the year to match when you receive instalments of the loan.
The University of Reading has allocated £200,000 in partial scholarships for students commencing their master’s degree studies in the 2021/22 academic year. The value of awards is as follows:UK/Republic of Ireland students – £2,000 each
Applications are open now and will close on 20 July 2021.
The University of Reading is offering partial scholarships for students planning to study specific master’s programmes in the 2021/22 academic year. The value of awards is as follows:
• UK/Republic of Ireland students – £2,000 each
• International students – £4,000 each
The first deadline for applications is 1 March and the second deadline is 15 June. Students may apply for a Subject Scholarship as well as a General Scholarship. Terms and conditions apply.