Leeds University Library

Looking for a place to study?

Published Monday 9 November 2015

Students in EBL Edward Boyle Library seating area

There are plenty of free quiet study spaces in the Edward Boyle Library.

Assignment deadlines are approaching and the Laidlaw Library is getting full. If it is hard to find a space, why not try one of our other libraries, such as the Edward Boyle Library? There are plenty of quiet study spaces with individual desks on the upper floors.


If you have a favourite study space on campus, let us know. Are there nooks and crannies in the libraries which help you to concentrate? Or a window with a view which inspires you? Or perhaps an unusual spot on campus where you like to go and read? Tweet about it to @UolLibrary with the hashtag #FindYourStudySpace.

What's in the Edward Boyle Library?

We were touched that many of you were sad to see the Edward Boyle Library close during the summer for the first phase of its refurbishment. But it has now reopened with 1000 study spaces, computer clusters and science and engineering books. So if you loved the Edward Boyle Library in the past, come back to your old friend!

Find out what and where things are in the Edward Boyle Library this year.