There’s a wide range of space to study on our campuses. Whether you’re looking for a quiet spot close to a café, or somewhere to meet as a group after a seminar, use the resources on this page to choose where is best for you.
- Our study space maps: The study spaces with most capacity at Whiteknights and London Road have been highlighted on our study space maps (Whiteknights & London Road.
- The Library: Our recently refurbished Library provides a variety of study spaces so that you can work in a way that suits you. There are silent, quiet, group and PC spaces available. For more information on where to find each type of space, please visit the Library’s Study Areas page.
- Study space in RUSU: The Students’ Union provides space for individual or group working in The Study, and upstairs in 3sixty.
- Teaching rooms: You are welcome to use rooms that are not timetabled for teaching. Use the Free Room Finder to find available space.
- Halls of Residence: If you live in Halls, there are a number of spaces in Childs, Mackinder, St George’s, Stenton, Wantage and Wessex, available to use for study. Ask your Halls reception team if you’re not sure where they are.
Need a computer?
If you’re looking for a space where you can access a computer, try looking on our PC availability page first to see where is free.