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The Graduate School of Education has specialist facilities to support your studies, including one of Britain’s best Education libraries, a separate resources library, a print unit with full reprographic services and extensive IT facilities.
The School is well resourced in terms of research support. Doctoral students are provided with a newly refurbished, modern Research Support Unit containing computers and other equipment, plus a variety of quiet work areas including allocated offices and 'drop in' space. The 'drop in' space is open to all postgraduate students, while allocated offices are only available to those in the research phase of their studies.
We also have a postgraduate common room which offers our postgraduate taught and research students a place to socialise and relax in a peaceful environment.
The St Luke’s Campus has its own restaurant, cafeteria, bar, indoor swimming pool, two gymnasia, including an advanced conditioning studio, and grass volleyball/tennis courts for summer use.
The University as a whole provides many support services for all its students, including a specialist postgraduate building which includes social space as a well as training and seminar rooms. For complete details please see the postgraduate study webpages.