Study spaces on campus

From large computer clusters to private group study zones, there’s a wide range of study spaces on campus which are open to students of all disciplines. Whether you need to study for exams, print a dissertation, or just relax between classes, this handy guide provides all the details you will need to make the most of the spaces available.

Each of these spaces has its own characteristics. Trying a variety should enable you to find a space that best suits your needs at particular times.

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Outside office hours some study spaces are restricted to students from specific Schools. 

The Main Library

The Main Library (R22 - Edgbaston Campus) is open 24/7 during term time. More information about the opening hours for the Main Library and other campus libraries, including the Orchard Learning Resource Centre at the Selly Oak campus and the Shakespeare Institute Library at Stratford-upon-Avon, is available from Library Services.

Late opening study spaces

There are a number of other study spaces which are open late for all students:

  • The Murray Learning Centre (R28 - Edgbaston campus) 
  • Nuffield Building (R9 - Edgbaston campus) 
  • Strathcona Building (R18 - Edgbaston campus) 
  • The Aston Webb Student Hub Study Lounge (R7 - Edgbaston campus)

Visit our Cluster opening times page to see current opening hours.

Study spaces map

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For a map of study spaces, download the study spaces map PDF (783 KB) or view our interactive campus map selecting the 'Learning and Teaching - Computer Room' category. 

 

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