- Postgraduate study suite
- Designated computing facilities within Trent Building
- Support for research trips and conference attendance, interlibrary loans and printing and photocopying costs.
The Hallward Library is dedicated to the Faculty of Arts and is situated in the centre of campus, just a few minutes walk from the School of Cultures, Languages and Area Studies. It holds a wide range of subject-specific resources.
The University provides students with access to general IT facilities through a number of computer rooms spread across its campuses. Such areas are conveniently located in all University libraries on campus.
The majority of computer rooms are open to all members of the University and contain PC workstations and printing facilities. In some of the larger rooms, more specialised equipment is provided such as text and image scanners, colour printing and high powered Unix workstations.
Connected Campus Network Zones are areas in the University where you can either access wireless networking or plug laptops directly into the University network. This is a major development which provides students with roaming access to the internet and University network.
The Language Centre houses a Self Access Centre providing facilities to support language teaching in the school, such as books, audio/video tapes, satellite TV, reading, reference and multimedia materials.
You can visit the centre to improve your fluency in a language you are studying for your degree, or you can learn additional languages from beginners’ stage, such as Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, Modern Greek, Italian, French, German, Japanese and Spanish. These languages can be studied independently on a self-learning basis, or as part of taught courses.