Study spaces on City Campus

The library has created nearly 400 additional study spaces to help students prepare for exams and deadlines.

Study space on City Campus

Looking for somewhere to study and revise?

We’ve listened to your feedback and your library has created nearly 400 additional study spaces to help you prep for your exams and deadlines.

Teaching spaces in Dryden level 0 and Boots Library level 3 have been turned into study spaces for you to use. Dryden has study spaces, PC’s, loanable laptops and Macbooks, and student kitchen facilities.

In addition, the new extended library study lounge on Goldsmith Street is now open (the old Global Lounge).

Opening hours

Boots Library is now open 24/7.

Throughout term 3, Dryden is open weekends (9 am – 8 pm) and Bank Holidays (9 am – 7 pm). Goldsmith Street is open weekends and Bank Holidays (9 am – 5 pm). You’ll need your NTU smartcard to access both buildings.

Study space availability trial

To help students better locate available study spaces, the library are trialling real-time study space availability information via the MyNTU app and a plasma screen in the Books Library. At present, the trial only covers certain spaces in Dryden and Newton Gallery. If you have any thoughts or feedback on this, email libinfodirect@ntu.ac.uk with your comments.

Study spaces on City Campus

Published on 9 May 2019
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