Join a vibrant community of peers and academic tutors, who provide the environment and support you need to help you develop and grow as an individual.
Life as an undergraduate
As a full-time undergraduate student, you will become an important part of the School's close-knit community and fully immerse yourself in campus life.
A wide range of co-curricular activities allows you to gain confidence and real-world experience as well as make new friends and contacts.
Based in Foxhill House on Whiteknights campus, you will have easy access to all the Students' Union facilities, SportsPark and our newly refurbished 24-hour library.
Employability boosting activities
Throughout the year, the School hosts a whole series of co-curricular activities. You can participate in competitions and in commercial awareness and networking skills training, with real interaction with practicing solicitors and barristers. Activities include pro bono work, negotiating, mediation, and mooting competitions.
And thanks to donations from generous alumni, the School of Law is able to cover training fees and travel costs for you to carry out the various co-curricular and pro bono activities.
How we support you
The welfare of our students is extremely important to us. That's why the University has a dedicated range of services available to you to support your personal and professional development during your studies.
The University offers both academic support, as well as non-academic support for your mental, emotional and physical wellbeing.
Whilst at the School of Law, you will have access to a dedicated careers consultant.
Graduate Kashmeera talks about why she choose Reading and the support she received from the careers team.