Brochures and other printed materials describe in outline the programmes and services that Henley Business School anticipates offering in 2021/22 and 2022/23 academic years. Henley Business School makes every effort to ensure that the information provided in the printed materials is accurate and up-to-date at the time of going to press. However, it may be necessary for it to make some changes to the information presented in the printed materials following publication. These reasons may include, by way of example, operational and/or academic reasons, which reflect changes in practice or theory in an academic subject as a result of emerging research, if an accrediting body requires certain changes, or if the UK Government introduces legislation and/or public health measures that require us to make changes to any of the published information.
The printed materials include examples of modules that a course would typically include each year, but this is not intended to be construed and/or relied upon as a definitive list of the modules that will be available in any given year. The course information on the relevant pages of our website will include more specific information about the core and optional modules offered on a course for the year specified. Modules and module information may change due to developments in the curriculum, the research interests of staff, or the relocation of staff.
Prospective students are therefore advised that, prior to applying to study on a Henley Business School programme at the University of Reading, they should review and familiarise themselves with the most up-to-date information by visiting www.reading.ac.uk/ready-to-study, or by contacting us on +44 (0)118 378 8372.
The current version of the terms and conditions that will apply if you accept an offer to study at the University can be found at www.reading.ac.uk/coming-to-reading. The terms and conditions set out a range of important information, including for example, when we might make changes to your programme, and your cancellation rights. You are advised to read these before making an application. Please note that these are usually updated/amended for each academic year. The current version of our Student Protection Plan can be found at: www.reading.ac.uk/support.
Unless it is a compulsory part of the course, Study Abroad is an option that students may choose to apply for, but it is a competitive process. The number of places available at partner institutions can vary year-on-year. While efforts are made to secure sufficient places at partner institutions to meet demand, the University cannot guarantee every applicant the possibility to study abroad, or that it will be possible to study abroad at a particular institution or in a particular country. Further, certain courses and/or institutions may require you to satisfy specific eligibility criteria.
Following its departure from the EU, the UK will not be participating in the next Erasmus + programme for 2021-2027. The UK government has confirmed that a new scheme (the Turing Scheme) will be set up to replace Erasmus+ for UK institutions. For up-to-date Study Abroad information please refer to www.studyabroad.reading.ac.uk, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Professional Placement Year
Courses with a Professional Placement Year (also known as Placement in Industry or Research, or Placement Year) are fully dependent on students securing their own placement opportunity, normally through a competitive recruitment process. The University provides career and application support that is available to placement year students. Students who do not secure a placement, or who are unable to complete the placement year due to extenuating circumstances, are able to transfer to a three-year variant of their course following consultation with the University.
Graduate Outcomes Data
Our Graduate Outcomes results contain HESA Data: Copyright Higher Education Statistics Agency Limited 2020. The Higher Education Statistics Agency Limited cannot accept responsibility for any inferences or conclusions derived by third parties from its data.
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