Making the most of your time here at QMU
Whether you are after a Starbucks coffee with your mates, a pub quiz or an all night library session it's all on campus....
Buy all your essentials from milk and snacks to hoodies and stationary.
Coffee fan? Or maybe you fancy a chocolaty treat? Look no further for a heart warming hot drink.
Serving up a whole range of delicious meals, don't forget to check Browzer for the daily menu.
Your student card (smart card) will be your best friend, allowing you to pay for everything on campus and access the facilities. You can top up online or at one of the pay point dotted about campus.
Hosting a variety of fun activities and a social spot to hang out with friends.
The place to pick up your course books and read in peace
The LRC is open 24/7 with IT facilities and large desks for group or individual work.
The place to come for friendly and helpful advice on a whole range of issues you may come across as a student - pop in and meet the team!
Looking for some work experience or careers advice? Trained staff are on hand to guide you whatever path you wish to choose. Look out on Browzer for drop in session with ResLife.
Drop into the sports centre and check out a modern gym, astroturf pitch, weight room and a whole range of classes. Speak to a member of the team and ask about the membership options.
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