The University and city hold a wealth of resources and facilities for the study of Islam and the Middle East.
The Library is staffed by student volunteers and during term time is generally open between 10am and 5pm, Monday to Friday. Borrowing is not permitted, however there are study areas within the library.
The Language and Humanities Centre provides staff and students with a variety of editing and recording equipment and manages the School's extensive film collection.
The Centre is part of a unique network at prestigious universities - four in the UK and the USA (Edinburgh, Cambridge, Harvard, Georgetown) and two in the Middle East (Cairo and Beirut).
Alwaleed Centre for the Study of Islam in the Contemporary World
Free to matriculated students, these courses are especially useful for new postgraduates who would like more experience of English in the context of academic-style writing projects.
The Institute for Academic Development, provides a range of guidance and training opportunities including, knowledge transfer and exchange, career development, commercialisation, and secondment opportunities.
As one of the six copyright libraries it receives a copy of every book published in the UK, along with extensive overseas imprints, important manuscript and archival collections and many online resources.