2.1 degree, or equivalent, from an internationally recognised university; not necessarily in a related discipline, plus experience in industry where possible.
A good first or second class UK honours degree, or overseas equivalent, will usually be required. Applicants with relevant experience or professional qualifications will also be considered. Experience in industry is desirable.
Prior knowledge or experience of your chosen subject area is not required. We welcome applications from recent university graduates from a wide range of disciplines.
See country and region-specific information and entry requirements for International applicants or please contact us with any questions.
Not quite at the required level of English language proficiency for your chosen programme?
Applicants to Henley Business School, whose first language is not English, will be required to attain the International English Language Test Scores (IELTS), or equivalent acceptable qualification accepted by the University, as defined below, to enter a programme.
However, for students who successfully complete one of the Pre-sessional English Language courses run by our International Study andLanguage Institute, a half-band credit will be applied to their English language condition. (For example - programmes requiring IELTS 7.0 will accept students with IELTS 6.5 providing the student has completed the relevant English course with us).
Applications to the International Study and Language Institute.
We require an IELTS score of 6.5 with no single element below 5.5.
Students completing the above mentioned pre-sessional courses would be allowed entry onto this programme with an overall score of 6.0.
Equivalent English Language Qualifications will also be accepted. If you require specific advice on your qualification please contact our admissions office directly either by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on +44 118 378 5289.
UK visa requirements
If you are not a national of the European Union (EU), it is likely that you will need to obtain a UK visa to live and study in the UK before you travel. See the UK Border Agency website. Contact the University's International Office with any questions: email@example.com.
Tier 4 visa pilot scheme
The University of Reading is pleased to have been selected by the Home Office to take part in a small pilot scheme, which provides Master's level students the opportunity to benefit from a streamlined visa application process, and six months extra time on their Tier 4 visa to look for work.
The pilot scheme will cover Tier 4 visa applications made for entry in the academic year 2018/19. Find out more on the University of Reading website.