With a café, a lounge area and accommodation on campus, plus a wealth of shops, bars and restaurants in the nearby city centre, the Creative Campus is a great place to live and study. There’s also a regular free shuttle bus that runs between Creative Campus and Hope Park, so if you’re based at both campuses it’s really easy to get around.
The Creative Campus has its own library and a lovely Reading Room looking out onto the gardens, offering you a quiet place to study and work. If the Creative Campus doesn’t have a book you’re looking for, you can request for it to be transferred from Hope Park, meaning you don’t miss out!
The Student Success zone is open 24 hours a day during term time. It contains PCs, printing facilities and plenty of space for group study, as well as comfortable seating for studying.
The Cornerstone Café is a friendly cafeteria located on Creative Campus. You can enjoy freshly brewed coffees, full hot and cold breakfasts, and a new and improved fresh produce lunch menu, taking inspiration from South East Asia, the Caribbean, along with local favourites. Chef Damian will be showcasing the best of his skills for our staff and students.
The Gallery Coffee Shop, located in the entrance of Cornerstone Building, is proud to serve a full range of Starbucks coffees, teas and cold drinks, as well as a full range of cakes, sandwiches, toasties and paninis.
You never have to worry about your washing pile getting too large, as we have an on-site launderette for all our students to use! If you need any household essentials, there are a wealth of shops close to campus selling everything you need at budget-friendly prices.