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Campus and facilities
UCL’s Bloomsbury campus has various resources to make your studies enjoyable and effective as well as enabling you to make the most of your free time. All you need to fulfil your potential is here, right at the heart of one of the world’s great capital cities.
We have a range of study spaces available to you in the Cloisters, in our Libraries and
in the UCL Students’ Union (UCLU). In addition, rooms in UCL Student Residences are connected to the internet enabling you to ‘work from home’. We also have a choice of computer rooms, either open-access or linked to specific departments. Wi-Fi is available in many parts of UCL and IT training is provided.
With more than two million books and subscriptions to over 12,000 journals in a
combination of electronic and print formats, UCL Library Services gives you access to a
vast range of resources across all subject areas. We have 15 specialist libraries with
valuable and historic material housed in Special Collections.
UCL Museums and Collections
As well as being open to the public, UCL’s diverse museums and collections are often used as teaching resources.
UCL Bloomsbury Theatre
The Bloomsbury Theatre, owned and run by UCL, is a professionally equipped theatre with a seating capacity of over 500. It is reserved for student performances for 12 weeks each year. For the remainder of the year, it hosts professional performances that range from stand-up comedy and drama to dance and music.
From DJ-ing with our own student radio station, Rare FM, to performing with the
Chamber Music Club or University College Opera, or joining one of UCLU’s many music societies we’ve something for every taste. Bookable rehearsal rooms are available on
campus and in some residences.
Bars, cafés and shops
UCLU runs three bars, four cafés, two shops and a hairdressers’ salon on UCL’s Bloomsbury campus. Open throughout the day and into the night, many have computers and Wi-Fi access.
UCL is a secular institution and, while we recognise the rights of individuals to hold their own religious beliefs, we do not provide facilities for religious worship. Therefore, we have a space on the Bloomsbury campus set aside for private meditation and prayer.
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