(Founders, Bedford and Senate) What subjects are the different ones used for? Also is there a lot of space for students?
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- 04-10-2016 20:14
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- 05-10-2016 10:02
Founder's Library are our Arts and Humanities books (including our DVD library and viewing rooms), whereas Bedford library are where the Sciences, Social Sciences, and History books are kept. Anyone can use any of the study spaces on campus, as some students prefer the silent-sections, whereas some prefer the group study, or 'noisy' areas.
Senate House library is in London, and is part of the University of London - as a Royal Holloway student you will have access to this. Senate House is great for access to more niche books, and you can even have them ordered onto campus for you.
We are currently in the process of building a brand new Library and Student Services Centre, which is due to open in the summer of 2017 and will offer loads of new study spaces for students at the heart of campus.