If you are unable to attend our open day then you can still explore what our amazing 440 acre campus in Loughborough has to offer.
The self-guided tour gives you the opportunity to familiarise yourself with the campus and gain an insight into the facilities which are on offer.
Key locations on the tour
We’ve designed a route which will allow you to see first-hand the fantastic facilities available on campus. Here is a brief overview of the key locations on the tour.
|Key locations||Further information|
|Students’ Union||You will start and finish at The Students’ Union. This is a hive of activity and is one of the main social points for many students studying here at Loughborough University.|
|High Performance Athletics Centre (HiPac)||One of only two National Performance Centres for UK athletics, The High Performance Athletics Centre (HiPac) plays host to elite athletes, international competitions and more. For a glimpse at some of the facilities ahead of the tour, click here.|
|Village Park||Village Park plays host to a number of student halls, being home to approximately 2,000 students. This gives you a great insight into the community spirit which is evident when you arrive on campus.|
|Engineering Schools||As one of the leading Universities for engineering, we have a number of different engineer buildings which are fitted with the latest facilities.|
|Burleigh Court Conference Centre & Hotel||
A 4 star hotel and conference centre conveniently located on campus and boasting superb overnight accommodation, luxury spa, gym and first-class food and drink at the restaurant and bar.
More information can be found here.
|Pilkington Library||Pilkington Library underwent a £4 million pound refurbishment only a few short years ago. As such, there are 1375 study places, 200 work stations, 500,000 books, 90,000 bound serials and access to approximately 30,000 e journals.
Needless to say, this is a fantastic resource which many of our students find invaluable.
Built in 1965, Towers now provide catered accommodation for approximately 310 students.
Towers underwent a refurbishment and was re-opened in 2010. As such, students can expect outstanding panoramic views alongside bathrooms and bedrooms which have been completely refitted.
|School of Arts||There are a number of buildings associated with the School of Arts; providing first-class facilities for our students.|
|Sir David Wallace Sports Hall||Used by elite and recreational users alike, Sir David Wallace Sports Hall has a wide selection of sporting facilities. To learn more about the sporting facilities at Sir David Wallace Sports Hall click here.|