• Oxford Brookes University library services give you on-site access to key learning and research resources.


    Designed to provide a safe and secure study environment for individual and group work, our three libraries have specialist subject librarians on hand to provide you with any information support you need.


    • three libraries (one on each of our campuses - Harcourt Hill, Headington and Wheatley) providing a friendly place to study near teaching centres, halls and regular transport links
    • 300 student computers and Internet access for personal laptops
    • 950 study spaces offering silent, quiet and group work options in a secure environment.


    • tours and regular training sessions to help you get the most out of the resources
    • printed guides, web pages and our Electronic Enquiry Service providing more help and support
    • subject librarians - covering all subject disciplines - offering one-to-one support, enquiry help and specialist training from induction to dissertation
    • postgraduate students may be recommended for admission to the University of Oxford's Bodleian Library, one of the world's leading research libraries.

    New library - opening by the start of 2014

    Our brand new library on the Headington Campus will open by the start of 2014.  Extending over six floors this exciting, purpose-built facility will provide a stimulating space in which you can study and research.

    With round the clock access to information resources you’ll also find a great choice of learning spaces - from quiet reading lounges to vibrant cafe, social and group work areas. You’ll be able to use university computers but will also find plenty of mobile friendly areas. 

    You may bump into one of our roving help advisors or choose to visit our Help Zone to get expert advice in locating and using information resources.  Our new Assistive Technology Centre will provide specialist help, IT equipment and software for students with disabilities.  Whether you’re after a space to work on a presentation or a project or just popping in to borrow a book, we’re sure the new library will support your study needs throughout your course.