Leeds University Library

Find your space

Published Tuesday 7 May 2013

A group of female students using a large monitor

Where will you study today?

The Library has over 3,600 study spaces, including individual silent study desks, group work areas and computer clusters.

You could revise in the stunning Brotherton Library Reading Room, use the "together units" in the Edward Boyle group study area to work collaboratively with others, or book a group work room in the Skills@Library building to practice a presentation. 

Each library building has a range of study spaces, so you can choose the place that's best for you:

Brotherton Library

  • Silent study areas: all of the Main Building, floor 2 of the West Building 
  • Group study area: floor 3 of the West Building 
  • Group working room (not bookable): floor 2 of the Main Building
  • Computer cluster: floor 2 of the West Building.

Edward Boyle Library

  • Silent study areas: levels 10, 11, 12 and 13
  • Group study area: level 8
  • Group working room (not bookable): level 8
  • Computer clusters: levels 8, 10 and 11.

Health Sciences Library

  • Silent study areas: to the right of the main entrance
  • Group study area: to the left of the main entrance
  • Group working room (not bookable): Wolfson Room
  • Computer cluster: to the left of the main entrance, through the group study area.

Skills@Library (15 Blenheim Terrace)

  • Eight group study rooms available for students to book
  • Facilities include: PCs, projectors, SMARTboards, printers, whiteboards or flipcharts, wireless access.
Find out more about the different study spaces we have on offer, discover where the library buildings are on campus, or check for free seats in computer clusters