The Graduate School of Arts and Humanities is housed in its own building in the Woodland Road complex of Victorian villas - the interior of which has been specifically designed and adapted to cater for postgraduate students' needs following consultation with current postgraduate students. Facilities are spread over four floors. There is wireless access throughout the building.
The ground floor, with full disabled access, holds the main reception, a large teaching room, and a common room for postgraduate students to relax and chat. The common room has comfortable sofas, armchairs, beanbags, and a widescreen television. There is a kitchen area for making tea and coffee, and food preparation. Details of all Graduate School and other postgraduate events are posted here.
The first floor has four further study/teaching spaces assigned for postgraduate use whilst the offices for academic, administrative and research staff are located on the second floor.
The lower ground floor houses two dedicated computer rooms, with 15 computers for postgraduate use. A range of academic software is available as is low-cost printing and photocopying. There is a shower room and a kitchen for food preparation.
The garden area has been recently landscaped. In the summer, many students use the benches and tables for socializing or study and it is a great space for barbeques.
See our Virtual tour for a 360° view of the Graduate School facilities.