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We are proud to have been one of the first UK universities to offer a dedicated facility for postgraduates.
The Graduate Centre complements our academic schools by offering additional resources of space, study and social facilities, as well as workshops and events for students.
Location: 3rd floor of Students’ Union building on Park Place (Cathays Park Campus)
Opening times: Mon-Fri 8am-midnight; Sat-Sun noon-midnight, except
mid Jul-mid Sep, when it closes at 10pm.
Facilities: Wireless internet access, 36 networked terminals, printers, scanner and photocopier, 11 bookable meeting room, four group ‘pods’; individual workspaces for laptop use; large common room.
There are five meeting rooms for workshops, project groups, seminars and presentations.
Group study is welcomed in the newly refurbished Coffee Lounge, where you will
also find 8 additional computers for checking email.
The Reading Room has individual quiet study space for up to 33 people, offering
a welcome change from your regular library or School study area.
With wireless internet access throughout the Centre, wireless access to the
University’s computing network, and a dedicated IT room with 36 networked computers,
printers, scanner and a photocopier, the Graduate Centre is fully equipped for
study and research.
This is the place to relax and meet friends for lunch or a coffee or to socialise after a day of study or research. It is a comfortable space with a big-screen TVs, Nintendo Wii, and can also be booked for events.
The Graduate Centre works in partnership with the Students’ Union and the Postgraduate Association to offer social events. Past and present Graduate Centre events include a Welcome Week, day trips, quiz nights, film screenings and seasonal parties. Students are encouraged to become involved in the planning of events.
Location: 2nd Floor Medical School, Main Hospital Building, Heath
Opening times: 24/7 access with student ID card.
The space consists of a study area and social space. The study area is for private or group work and has access to the university wi-fi, projector, and a networked computer.
The social space has a number of sofas and soft seating to take a break from
study with free-view TV, DVD Player, and Nintendo Wii for you to use and enjoy.
If you are interested in holding any social events in this space please contact
the graduate centre.
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