Study spaces all over campus

Find a place to study in the Templeman Library and beyond

As everyone gets busy with assignments and revision, remember there are lots of study spaces around Canterbury campus.

Where to study

Templeman West: silent study zone

The Templeman Library is open 24/7 until June (including over Easter).

Templeman East: study spaces next to windows

Templeman East is often less busy than West. We’ve just added more study spaces, and there are large Quiet and Silent PC rooms.

Tyler Court study hub: PCs and armchairs

There are Study hubs across campus. You can use most of them no matter where you live. Study hubs are spaces to work in a quiet, relaxed setting, whether you’re using a PC, at a table or sofa, on your own or in a group. All of them have PCs and Print Copy Scan machines, and some are open 24/7.

Study hubs map: find a study hub to suit you.

Keynes ground floor PC room: newly refurbished with meeting booths

Have you tried our newly refurbished PC rooms? Keynes ground floor PC room and Eliot PC corridor have a fresh look and new group study booths.

Find a free PC

If you need a student PC, check how many PCs are free around campus before you choose where to go – it could save you time looking for one.

In the Templeman Library, check the screens to see where in the Library there are free PCs. From start of next term there will be some additional revision spaces too.

E-resources wherever you go

You can use Library resources, like e-books, journals, news and statistics, wherever you are, at any time. You don’t have to be in the Library or even on campus – just log in with your Kent IT Account.

Extra revision spaces

From 8 May-16 June, there will be extra revision rooms open around campus, from 09:00-22:00 every day.

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