Answered By: Mark Callan
Last Updated: Apr 07, 2019     Views: 1837

There are study rooms and booths at the Philip Robinson and the Marjorie Robinson libraries for groups of between three and ten people.  In addition, these libraries all have Accessible Study Rooms for the use of authorised individuals (plus support worker if applicable) who have been referred by Student Wellbeing.  These rooms can all be booked in advance here.  Group rooms and accessible study rooms can get very busy so it is always advisable to book in advance to ensure you get the room you want at the time you want it.

 

The Philip Robinson also has rooms for one or two people and these operate on a first-come-first-served basis, they are not bookable in advance.

 

The Walton Library has study rooms for groups of between two and eight people.  These are not bookable in advance. At the Walton Library, only the accessible room can be booked in advance in person, on the telephone 0191 208 7550 or by email lib-med-accessbookings@ncl.ac.uk.

 

The Law library does not have study rooms.

 

Click here for more information on study space at the libraries.

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