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Our libraries offer helpful support and resources to aid your studies including: social learning and quiet study areas, bookable spaces, and 24/7 opening at key times in the year.
We’re got plenty of study spaces around campus – so you can find the ideal place to suit your style, wherever – and whenever – you get your best ideas.
Studying social work? Practise scenarios and to test your reactions in the secure setting of our skills assessment flat.
All of our university sites, in Wolverhampton, Telford, Walsall and Burton-on-Trent provide access to purpose-built facilities to accommodate our professional programmes.
Check breathing, measure blood pressure, take pulses and practise catheterisation on our Laerdal SimMen.
Walsall Campus’ Sister Dora building has had a multi-million pound overhaul, with expanded clinical skills laboratories, simulated ward environment, purpose-built house and new ward equipment.
Practise hands-on skills in nursing and midwifery in our skills centres with comprehensive teaching aids and models.
Whether you need to run, lift, jump or dive, Walsall Campus’ Sports Centre has got you covered, with its pitches, halls, track and specialist fitness suites.
After a long day of teaching – and learning – a dip in the pool at Walsall’s Sports Centre might just help you focus ahead of the next day.
Walsall Campus provides an idea environment to get stuck into some sport – and your studies – with extensive subject-specific and study facilities.
Bring your performance to life in this purpose-built theatre space containing a range of LED and intelligent lights to provide maximum performance flexibility.
Religious Studies students will benefit from teaching informed by the research of our Centre for Sikh and Panjabi Studies, the first of its kind in the UK, and its links with Sikh Studies scholars worldwide.
Need a quiet place to read, write or contemplate the big philosophical and religious ideas? The Chaplaincy, a stone’s throw from Housman Building, offers a quiet place to reflect.
Our dance science researchers are national award-winners – and so our biomechanics laboratory, furnished with the very latest technology, will help to take your dancing to the next level.
Home to School of Art, the George Wallis Building’s many storeys are full of specialist kit to help you tell YOUR stories.
The home of Humanities courses is City Campus’s Housman Building which features a large lecture theatre, dedicated social learning spaces, computers and the Conservatory coffee shop.
Need to borrow some hardware? No worries! Check out the media store to borrow cameras, microphones, mixers and more to support digital media and photography.
We’ve got outstanding 3D design workshops for wood, metal, engineering, welding and plastics – so you’ll learn to use some interesting new machines.
We’re one of only a handful of All-Steinway Schools in the country, meaning that over 90% of our piano stock is quality Steinways – so you can be assured you’re playing on the best keys.
Our multi-million pound Performance Hub at Walsall offers music students dedicated space to practice, as well as ensemble rooms and two high-end professional recording studios.
Practise the art of litigation in our custom-built moot court room, complete with judges’ bench and witness box.
Law students provide free legal advice to members of the local community in this drop-in centre located in the Mander Centre.
Named after our Chancellor, the Lord Swraj Paul Building offers six floors of purpose-built student space, and is our Business School’s impressive multi-million pound home.
In the Lord Swraj Paul building, you’ll find our computer labs with specialist business simulation and management tools software.
You can access the computers and dedicated study spaces located on each level of the Lord Swraj Paul building from 8am to 9pm, Monday to Friday.
Named in honour of the brilliant wartime code breaker, the Alan Turing Building is the home of our computing and mathematics courses and offers specialist facilities and equipment for both areas.
Your studies are informed by the latest research from our Brownfield Research and Innovation Centre, on-site at Springfield Campus.
Make use of specialist equipment for chemical analysis including: gas chromatography, ICP (Inductively Coupled Plasma) analysis, XRF (X-Ray Florence) and XRD (X-Ray Diffraction).
View the structure of living cells in 3 dimensions by using our £200,000 confocal microscope.
We have the latest equipment for inspection and testing land surveying, material testing and computerised soil and foundation design testing apparatus.
Our high-spec, high performance computing lab is the perfect environment for shaping innovative ideas.
Hone your skills in our dedicated pharmacy practice suite and in interactive spaces purpose-made for team-based learning.
Situated on top of the Rosalind Franklin Building, our glasshouses are equipped with LED plant growth lights and controlled temperatures to underpin teaching in plant biology.
An entire floor of the Rosalind Franklin Building, the City Campus home of our science courses, is dedicated to the delivery of pharmacy activities.
Six floors of facilities in our Rosalind Franklin building are packed full of the newest technology and specialist equipment, whatever your branch of science.
Our state-of-the-art software laboratory provides you with all the essentials for software games development.
Our facilities, including visualisation centre, laser melting machine, rapid prototyping facilities, wind tunnel and metrology lab are in demand by companies working at the cutting-edge of technological innovation.
Learn in our pharmaceutical laboratory with formulation capabilities and teaching labs featuring state-of-the-art kit.
Work like the professionals do on industry-standard mathematical and statistical software packages such as Maple, Minitab and SPSS.
Springfield Campus is the inspiring new home for the School of Architecture and Built Environment.
At Telford Campus, the beautiful rural landscape contrasts sharply with modern technology housed in its buildings.
Test your skills on one of our racing cars, whether in preparation for the F3 Cup, IMechE Formula Student, or Morgan Challenge.
At Walsall, you’ll find the facilities you require for specific modern teaching and learning, and all the tools you might encounter in modern educational environments.