The University provides around 1,500 study places across campus, enabling you to work with your colleagues or by yourself.
Study space map
The largest collection of study spaces have been highlighted on our study space map.
There are around 600 study spaces in the Library@URS. These include group study rooms where you can discuss your work, and some have screens enabling you to work collaboratively on assignments. Want to work quietly? There are quiet and silent study spaces too. There’s also an IT suite with 145 PCs, and quiet study IT room. Find out more on the Library study areas page.
You are welcome to use rooms which are not timetabled for teaching. Discover which ones are currently available using the Free Room Finder.
Informal study spaces
There are a wide range of other locations across campus, many of which are suitable for working together. View a list of informal study spaces.
RUSU study spaces
The Students’ Union provides a couple of spaces for individual or group working – The Study and The Study @ TOB2.
If you're looking for a space where you can access a computer, try the PC availability page.