University of Buckingham

The only independent university in the United Kingdom, founded in the 1970s.

The University of Buckingham (UB) is one of three non-profit private universities and one for-profit private university in the United Kingdom, operating under a royal charter.

  • School of Business
  • School of Humanities
  • School of Law
  • School of Science
  • School of Medicine
Multi-functional photocopiers / printers
Self-service copiers (including colour), including scanning / printing are provided for Library users on both sites using student uCard.
Copying from printed materials may only be carried out within the provisions of the relevant copyright legislation.

There are computers near the service desk and on the first floor in the Hunter Street Library and throughout the Franciscan Library.
Headphones may be borrowed from the Library service desk for use in the Library.

Audio-Visual Equipment
This is on the ground floor of the Hunter Street Library, near the Reference section. There is audio-visual equipment for viewing videos and DVDs and listening to CDs and audio-cassettes.

Library study areas
Quiet areas are provided throughout the Library for private study. In addition, there are areas where students can work in groups, or use their own portable computers. Group study areas are located on the ground floor of both sites.

Wireless Internet Access ( WIA )
The University has Wireless Internet Access. This means that you can access the Internet from your own laptop computers when you are in the Library.