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Study support and learning spaces

All of our students, whether you are taught off campus at one of our partner colleges or at the University itself, have access to 21st century teaching and learning facilities that will work for you. We combine formal lecture theatres and traditional study areas with more informal teaching spaces.

The University Library

Warwick's library gives you access to over one million printed works, 48,000 electronic journals, 80,000 electronic books and several hundred databases. Most of the online resources are available on and off campus. You'll find everything you need to study in the library and there are areas for informal, collaborative work. Academic Support Librarians are also available for appointments if you need help finding specialist subject information.

Relaxed 24/7 study facilities

Our Learning Grids provide a variety of study options. We have one in University House, another at the heart of campus in Rootes Building and one in Leamington, located in the Town Hall. These provide convenient study and group work spaces and are open 24/7. In addition, the Postgraduate Hub offers facilities for independent and group study, presentations, meetings and workshops.

Wellbeing Support Services

The University has a wide range of services available for students who need support with disabilities, specific learning differences or long term medical conditions and for students experiencing a wide range of mental health and wellbeing issues.

Learn a new language

The Language Centre offers all our students the opportunity to learn a new language or brush up on existing language skills. There are options to take a language in your spare time, or to build a language module into your degree. We offer courses in Arabic, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Mandartin Chinese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.

Art on Westwood

You can find out which pieces of art are held in which buildings on Westwood Campus with The University of Warwick Art Collection search.