University of Reading
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LLB (Hons) University of Reading
University of Reading was founded in 1892 as a College of Christ Church, University of Oxford. In 1926, the University College became the University of Reading, the only new university to be created in England between the two World Wars.
The School of Law is part of the world-ranked University of Reading, rated among the UK's most research intensive institutions and one of the UK's largest, best-known and most successful campus universities. Located ideally in the thriving town of Reading, it is just 25 minutes by train from London, and at the heart of the employment-rich Thames Valley region.
- University of Reading maintains four museums, two campus libraries and a range of inter-departmental libraries as well as a botanical garden.
- The University library is a storehouse of information with over 1,000,000 volumes, 3750 periodical subscriptions, plus archives, manuscripts and multimedia materials.
- Ranked 8th of 91 universities in the UK for the subject of law (The Times Good University Guide).
- Ranked 8th out of 94 universities in the UK for the subject of law (Complete University Guide).
- Reading is in the top 1% of universities in the world (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2011).
- 90% of research deemed to be of international standing.
- The 1st British university to integrate an industrial Research and Development Group on its campus (1972).
- Being the 1st university to win the Queen’s Award for Export Achievement (1989).