A STATE OF THE ART FACILITY
PROVIDING A SUPPORTIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
Meet and socialise with other postgraduates in a relaxed and friendly environment. The Graduate School is equipped with a range of facilities to support your studies.
The Graduate School is equipped with a range of facilities to support your studies:
- Group study and teaching rooms
- Meeting Rooms
- Training facilities
- Social spaces
- Silent study area for up to 65 students
You can also use the Graduate School to host your events and activities such as conferences, seminars and presentations.
Other University Facilities
Booking A Room
POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS – GROUP STUDY ROOMS
Students are able to book our Group Study Rooms (GR) via your own Queen's Online account. The booking system is accessible under Administration > Graduate Study Room Booking.
Further information for students
If you have any issues with the student booking system we advise in the first instance that you try another internet browser, if this does not fix the issue, please contact I.T. directly at firstname.lastname@example.org and send a screenshot or description of your issue. We would note that study room bookings can be made a day beforehand and no sooner, in line with how other group study rooms in the university operate. Should you wish to make a bookings for non-study purposes please contact the Graduate School for advice.
QUEEN'S STAFF MEMBERS
Staff can book any of our Teaching Rooms (TR) via Room Bookings on your own Queen's Online account, under Teaching Rooms.
If you have any queries or issues please contact us at email@example.com or on (028) 9097 2585 and we will be happy to assist.
Featuring an impressive open and galleried interior, the Lynn Building was originally designed by William Henry Lynn as the University's library.
Lynn (1829-1915) was an Irish-born architect with a practice in Belfast and the north of England. He is noted for his Ruskinian Venetian Gothic public buildings, which include Chester Town Hall (completed 1869) and Barrow-in-Furness Town Hall (completed 1886).
BUILDING EXPANSION AND REOPENING
The Lynn building was extended between 1912 and 1914 as the need for additional study space for staff and students grew.
Further alterations were carried out in the 1950s and 1980s, including in 1952, when the upstairs reading room was divided by a floor at the level of the galleries. The building reopened as the Graduate School in April 2015 following an extensive programme of renovation and refurbishment.