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The Emily Wilding Davison Building

Take a look at the new building.*

The Emily Wilding Davison Building first opened its doors on 13 September just before the start of the 2017/2018 academic year. The striking building encompasses a state-of-the-art Library, Student Services Centre and Careers & Employability service. It gives students, staff and visitors access to opportunities, resources and facilities to help them achieve success. 

The Library which is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, has an extensive collection of over 400,000 books and a wide variety of spaces for people to use from collaborative areas to individual study pods and group study rooms. Students benefit from a new Student Services Centre at the heart of the campus and the Careers & Employability service that provides students with tailored support to help boost employability. 

What do our students think?

Features

  • Student Services Centre
  • Careers and Employability service
  • Library
  • IT resources and support
  • Exhibition & event space
  • Archives and special collections
  • Café on the Square
  • Union Shop
  • Santander Bank
  • Study space
  • Group study rooms
  • Postgraduate research room.

*Some images courtesy of Associated Architects, Ben McPhee.

 

Discover how we're developing our historic estate into a 21st century campus.

The Davison Building took 23 months to complete. 

Read our guide to everything this new building has to offer.

 
 
 

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