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Best of: Study spaces & facilities

There are lots of facilities for studying at the University, we have gathered the best spots and study support that you need to know!

The University Library services offer all the support you could possibly need – Natalie Read-Bone

“Each subject area has their own librarian who is dedicated to help students get the most from their Library experience. They offer further guidance on how to use the Library, learning development workshops, individual research sessions and much more.”

The Library is a great study space – Lewis Foster

“There are a variety of different types available. The ground floor of the library is designed for group collaborations, and the first and second floors are designed for independent study with friends. The third floor is a dedicated quiet floor, where talking is not permitted. Every one of these floors has computers and macs available, should you need them. They also have work desks that you can use with your own laptop.”

Have you tried the biomedical library as your study space? – Aayan

“It is so beautiful with plants and wall designs! The bio-medical library is on the way from the central library, crossing LPAC and INB, and before you take left or right turn further on your left-hand side.”

It’s like working alongside an old friend – Milly Pearson

“At the end of first year, I couldn’t work in silence, and the hub in Tower Bar was my preferred place to get my head down. Now, on the rare occasion I head back there.”

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