To support you in your studies there are a range of PCs and Macs available for use across all campuses.

 

Whether you want to catch up on some work in between lectures on campus, get a head start on your next assignment or tune in to your latest online session (remembering to use headphones!) then there is a study space for you with the latest technology.

 

Location

Access

Resources

Computers

Opening Hours
Mon-Fri

Opening Hours
Weekend

AH Ground Floor Mac

Open Access

Apple Macs

4

8am-10pm

10am-5pm

AH Ground Floor (East)

Open Access

PCs, Study Desks, Height Adjustable Desks, Printer, power sockets, single use pods, study booths

23

8am-10pm

10am-5pm

AH First Floor (East)

Open Access

PCs, Study Desks, Printer, power sockets

41

8am-10pm

10am-5pm

AH Second Floor (East) (Quiet)

Open Access

PCs, Study Desks, Height Adjustable Desks, Printer, power sockets

27

8am-10pm

10am-5pm

AH Second Floor (West) (Silent)

Open Access

PCs, Study Desks, Height Adjustable Desks, Printer, power sockets

29

8am-10pm

10am-5pm

AH Third Floor (East) (Quiet)

Open Access

PCs, Study Desks, Height Adjustable Desks, Printer, power sockets

27

8am-10pm

10am-5pm

AH Third Floor (East) Apple Mac (Quiet)

Open Access

Apple Macs Printer, power sockets

6

8am-10pm

10am-5pm

AH Third Floor (West) Silent

Open Access

PCs, Study Desks, Printer, power sockets

28

8am-10pm

10am-5pm

Group Study Room

AH1.10
AH1.11
AH2.04
AH2.05
AH3.12
AH3.13

Open Access

PC, power sockets, large screen, group work table

Please note for single occupancy only at the moment

1

 

8am-10pm

10am-5pm

For further information on study spaces in Augustine House click here.

Augustine House is open 7 days a week if you are looking for a computer at the weekend but remember to book in advance.

Location

Access

Resources

Computers

Opening Hours
Mon-Fri

Opening Hours
Weekend

Food Court, Laud

Open Access

PCs, High level benches,

15

8am to 6pm

Closed

 

Lg45 Student Lounge, Laud

Open Access

PCs, Study Desks, Printer, power sockets

15

8am to 6pm

Closed

 

LG26 Olive Garden, Laud

Open Access

PCs, Study Desks, Printer

18

8am to 6pm

Closed

 

Bookshop, Laud

Open Access

PC's Study Desks, Study pods, Sofa seating, power sockets

9

8am to 6pm

Closed

 

Touchdown Café, Laud

Open Access

PCs, Café Desks, Printer, power sockets

4

8am to 6pm

Closed

 

 

Location

Access

Resources

Computers

Opening Hours
Mon-Fri

Opening Hours
Weekend

RWg Café

Open Access

PCs, Study Desks, Printer, Sofa seating

6

6:30am - 8:00pm

Currently Closed

CCg18

Open Access

PCs, High level benches, low level table, Study Desks, Printer

10

6:30am - 8:00pm

Currently Closed

CCf21

Open Access

PCs, High level benches, low level table, Study Desks, Printer

14

6:30am - 8:00pm

Currently Closed

Drill Hall

Open Access

PCs, Study Desks, Printer, Sofa seating, Power Sockets

124

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Location

Access

Resources

Computers

Opening Hours

Mon-Fri

Opening Hours

Weekend

Library

Open Access

PCs, Study Desks, Height Adjustable Desk, Printer, power sockets, single use study booths

8

8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Closed

IT Suite in the Library
SALt04

Open Access

PCs, Study Desks

14

8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Closed

Please note opening times may vary during holidays and our campuses will be closed on Bank Holidays. 

Bring your own device - what laptop should I buy

We recommend that you have your own laptop computer as there will be lots of online resources, recorded lectures and activities for you to engage with, to support your independent learning, both on and off campus.

Our first step is to discuss any special equipment or software requirements with your course to ensure you have what you need from the start.

  • For most courses, a Windows laptop is recommended with an Intel i5 processor and 8GB RAM. An SSD is also highly recommended.
  • Avoid Chromebooks where possible.
  • For creative arts courses (e.g. music or media related courses) an Apple MacBook may be more appropriate.
  • If you are studying computing or engineering subjects you may wish to consider a higher specification laptop to support your studies, for example, an i7 processor with 16GB Ram.

If you are in financial hardship and worried about accessing essential IT equipment to support your studies, please contact our Student Support Advisers for advice on our laptop grant scheme on studentsupport@canterbury.ac.uk

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