School study space
From Monday 19 October the School of Engineering is launching bookable study spaces within the classrooms in the Hudson Beare Building. Details of how to book these study spaces can be found on the ETO Hub.
Please note: Some of the laboratories which would normally be available have been converted for use as hybrid teaching spaces. Access to other space within our buildings is having to be carefully controlled to ensure that we don’t exceed our maximum building occupancy levels while running scheduled classes and research work.
University study space
Study spaces are provided by the University for students on campus. These spaces are subject to maximum capacity limits to ensure that safety measures and social distancing are maintained.
The University has published information on how you can find, book and use study spaces across its campuses, using its SeatEd service, on the Information Services website here.
In addition, a Spiegeltent is situated on the King’s Buildings campus, opposite the Noreen and Kenneth Murrary Library, to enable students to meet for socialising and studying safely between classes. You can find out more about accessing the University’s library spaces and facilities on the Library website.
Details of University catering facilities available on the King's Buildings and Central campuses, including whether they offer sit-in and takeaway services, can be found on the ETO Hub here.