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Postgraduate spaces

All UCL learning spaces are available to graduate students. The following study spaces are available for use by graduate students only.

Graduate Hub

Interior and facilities of the Graduate Hub

Capacity: 73

A space for graduates to meet and relax in a purposeful environment on central campus, comprising of a seminar room for group discussion for up to 24 people, or individual bookable desks for smaller groups, a breakout space with kitchenette, comprising of three microwaves, three refrigerators, hot water zip tap, a kettle, a large study room with individual study pods, a large study desk, all with desk top power and USB outlets, also in the space are two large relaxation chairs with power and USB towers. There are also 15 PCs available to use. The room is located in the South Wing basement opposite the Print Room Café.


Research Grid in the Science Library 

Research Grid, Science Library
Capacity: 74

This study suite for use by graduate students is located on the 4th floor of the Science Library. Facilities include:

  • Private Skype point.
  • 24 all-in-one Desktop PCs.
  • Hot water point for tea and coffee.
  • Graduate lockers.
  • Graduate meeting room.
  • Areas for social study and individual study.
  • Print/copy/scan

Science Library Postgraduate Cluster Room 

Science Library cluster room
Capacity: 79

A PC cluster for graduates in the Science Library (DMS Watson building).


Senate House Hub 

Relaxation chairs in Senate House Hub
Capacity: 181

This space is for Post Graduate Research Students and a Centre for Doctorial Training Students. The space comprises of bookable study rooms, with AV, a bookable training room for up to 20 students, with AV, quiet study rooms with desk top power and rest and relaxation chairs with laptop tables. The space also contains individual study pods and four group study pods, which has space for four students each and these also have AV equipment available.

The space is located on the third floor of Senate House, which is part of the University of London, Malet Street.