So you’ve finally decided to sit down and polish off those last couple hundred words of that essay you put off. Maybe you are cramming for that Mid-Semester Test tomorrow. Whatever it is that you need to do, make sure you use one of the better study spaces at UniMelb.

Top Levels Arts West

Being one of the newest buildings at UniMelb, Arts West boasts some quality architecture and tucked away study nooks suited to any study need. The top floor boasts some of the best views of Melbourne and it has a variety of spaces to study, with large collaborative and smaller single person tables. An added bonus is that you can head straight from class in Arts West to your favorite study spot.

MSD Building

It’s no wonder that this building is visually stunning. The design building boasts a large central open-plan space with desks and computers to study at. It is located opposite from Castro’s cafe, so it is ideal for when you get the mid-study munchies. Make sure you get in quick because the MSD fills up early.

Baillieu Library

What is more characteristic of a UniMelb Student than sitting until closing time in the Baillieu grinding out those last few paragraphs. For Arts students, the library is second to none and you can often get lost in the stacks of books. There is ample amount of study space and the library is located centrally on campus and is next to South Lawn.