of all our most recent UK undergraduates (FT and PT) are in employment or further study after six months
You'll join a friendly community of almost 19,000 staff and students
Our campus libraries provide traditional resources, including academic books and journals, alongside modern research tools including e-books and free access to our digital media archive, Box of Broadcasts.
LibrarySearch lets you search across a range of resources and discover items held in our libraries and beyond. Use the drop down menu on the LibrarySearch home page to make your selection.
As a student you are entitled to 10% discount on all books stocked by our University Bookshop. Established in 1975, the University Bookshop excels in the provision of academic titles.
Visit the Bookshop online
Find out when our libraries are accessible, including Canterbury, Medway and Solomons.
View the library opening hours
SWe have four different study zones in the library to help you find a space that suits your learning style, including the Silent Zone, Quiet Zone, Group Study Zone and the Social Study Zone.
More details on Library Study Spaces
This service enables you to borrow books and access digital resources from other libraries if we don't have exactly what you are looking for.
How can I use this service?
Our collections consist of both physical and electronic resources provided to support your learning and research. These include books, e-books, journals, DVDs, curriculum resources and more.
View our collections and resources
Find out what you can borrow, how long you can borrow items for, and answers to other related questions.
Details about borrowing from the Library
The University Library has joined several national and local schemes which together provide you with access to a wide selection of libraries.
Register for Sconul access
iBorrows are small, lightweight laptops that provide a flexible way for you to study anywhere inside the buildings that they're available within.
Find an iBorrow to use
Find out what rooms are bookable
The fine rates are fairly balanced not to disadvantage any user but at the same time act as an incentive for borrowers to return items on time.There are no fines unless your loan has been requested by someone else or is a high demand 24 hour loan item.
Details on when fines are applied
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