Study resources for University of Bath

Places to study

Everyone has their own way of studying. At Bath, you can choose from a range of different study spaces, helping you find the environment that suits you best.

There are study spaces all around campus, including in the Students' Union building and the Library.

The Library has printed and electronic books, electronic journals, specialist databases, and academic publications available. There are also copy, print, and scanning facilities, and Library staff can source alternative formats of print materials.

Our bookable study spaces are informal and comfortable learning spaces, set up to suit independent study or group work. They have printing facilities and vending machines.

You can also log on in one of the seven computer labs on campus. They have around 300 computers between them, which you can use whenever they're not being used for teaching.

If you're not on campus, you can also use the PCs and study spaces at the Virgil Building, our city-centre hub.