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Find the nearest study space to your accommodation

29 April 2024

This exams season, explore UCL’s libraries in London, including those which are more likely to have available study spaces and are within easy reach of UCL Halls.

Students working in the SSEES Library, photo taken from above.

As a UCL student, you have a wide range of libraries to choose from. During the assessments period, some sites can get very full, but even at the busiest moments, there are often plenty of available study spaces in Bloomsbury, some of which may be closer to your accommodation or transport routes.

Finding a Library

We’ve put together a list of some of the library sites that are easy to get to if you live in student accommodation. This is only a selection, and we encourage you to use the find your favourite library tool which allows you to select from a range of criteria to find your perfect study space. 

Walking to campus

Frances Gardner House; International Hall; Goodenough College; London House 

John Dodgson House; Garden Halls 

Endsleigh Gardens Hall; Campbell House East; Connaught Hall

Astor College; Arthur Tattersall House; Prankerd House; Ramsay Hall

Travelling to campus 

New Hall 

Take the Piccadilly Line from Caledonian Road to Russell Square.

Bernard Johnson House 

Take the Northern Line to from East Finchley to Kings Cross St Pancras.

Goldsmid House

Take the Victoria Line from Victoria to Kings Cross St Pancras.

Private Halls

Take the Lioness Overground from North Wembley or Wembley Central to Euston Station.

Max Rayne House; Ann Stephenson House; Neil Sharp House; Ifor Evans Hall 

Take Bus 24/29 or Northern Line from Camden Town to Goodge Street.

Further information

Want to find out more about these libraries? Read our student reviews.