Leeds University Library Access

Leeds University Library is one of the largest research libraries in the UK, with over 2.7 million books, a fine journal collection, and extensive holdings in all areas of medieval studies, with a rich and expanding store of manuscripts and rare books.

IMC delegates have a pass in their registration pack which allows access to the University Library. Please note that your access is for reading and reference only.

Brotherton Library

  • Location: Parkinson Building
  • Collections: Arts, social sciences, law, as well as Special Collections
  • Opening Hours: 08.00 – 20.00 during the IMC
  • Floorplans (subjects and study areas)
  • Computer Clusters: available

    Special Collections

  • Location: In the Brotherton Library, floor 4
  • Collections: Rare books and manuscripts
  • Opening Hours: 9.00 – 17.00
  • Website
  • Edward Boyle Library

  • Location: Centre of campus, between the Social Science and Maths buildings
  • Collections: Science and Engineering
  • Opening Hours: 08.00 – 20.00 during the IMC
  • Floorplans (subjects and study areas)
  • Computer Clusters: available

    Health Sciences Library

  • Location: Level 7 of the Worsley Building
  • Collections: Medicine and health-related subjects
  • Opening Hours: 08.00 – 20.00 during the IMC
  • Floorplans (subjects and study areas)
  • Computer Clusters: available

    Laidlaw Library

  • Location: Woodhouse Lane near the Parkinson Building
  • Collections: High Demand Collection and Core Texts
  • Opening Hours: 08.00 – 20.00 during the IMC
  • Floorplans (subjects and study areas)
  • Computer Clusters: available

    Terms and Conditions

    By completing your registration you will be agreeing to our Conditions of Use of the Library.

    Read Institute for Medieval Studies Conditions of Use of the University Library