Four libraries on campus provide over 3,900 study spaces where you can work on your own, or in a group, 2.8 million printed books, 500,000 online books and 35,000 print and online journals.
- The Laidlaw Library, is specifically designed for undergraduate students. It has 1,000 seats, IT zones and study facilities with the latest technology, including interactive presentation equipment.
- Brotherton Library is a stunning historic library that contains the main collections for the arts, social sciences and law. Special collections include rare books and manuscripts.
- The Edward Boyle Library contains the research collections for science, engineering and social sciences. There are bookable study spaces for individual silent study.
Computers and IT
Once you successfully progress to become an undergraduate student at the University of Leeds, you will have full access to IT services, including over 1,800 computers across the campus – some of which are available 24/7, so that you can study when it suits you. If you would rather use your own laptop, most areas on campus offer free, high-speed Wi-Fi.