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Study Space Near You
Note: All opening hours are currently subject to change at short notice. Click on the links to view the most up-to-date information.
Study Space at HWU Campus Libraries
The University offers a wide variety of great places to study - whether you want to study alone or in a group, in silence or in quiet discussion, during the day or at the evenings and weekends.
If you are within travelling distance to a HWU campus library, you are welcome to visit.
There are many exciting study space improvements on campus - click on the link to find out the most up-to-date information.
Visiting Other Libraries in the UK
There are various arrangements in place that allow HWU students in the UK to access other university and public libraries within the UK and Ireland.
We have no reciprocal arrangements in other countries, please contact your local university directly to see if they allow visitor access.
Note: Check local government advice before making any journeys.
WiFI On Campus and Near You
eduroam (education roaming) is the secure, world‐wide roaming access service developed for the international research and education community. It allows students, researchers and staff from Heriot‐Watt to obtain Internet connectivity on‐campus and when visiting other participating institutions in 74 territories. Therefore, it may be possible for you to bring your laptop to a local university library and access the wifi there. You will then have the same access to resources as you would if you were on a Heriot‐Watt campus.
eduroam is the WiFi network used at many institutions around the world. Click here for information of where eduroam is available.
Click here for details of how to to connect to the Heriot-Watt network at participating institutions.
Note: Check local government advice and your local institution before making any journeys.