Did you know you can use the spaces and collections at any of UCL's 17 site libraries? The closest libraries to SoP are:
RPS is the professional membership body for pharmacists and pharmacy.
The library at their headquarters is available to all members, including students. It includes key publications and titles relating to pharmacy history, research, science and practice, as well as a growing electronic library. Non-members may make a pre-arranged appointment to visit on a reference basis.
As a student, you can join the RPS for free. Follow the links below to find out more.
The British Library is the country's comprehensive national collection. As a repository library adding more than 3 million items to their stock every year, the BL should have a copy of any printed monograph published in the UK.
Membership of the BL is free, but you must sign up for a Reader Pass in advance. Follow the link below for more information.
The BL also creates subject guides to help explore and access their collections. See the one for Science below.
The Wellcome Library is "one of the world's major resources for the study of medical history, offering a growing collection of material relating to contemporary medicine and biomedical science in society".
You can join the library for free and access the whole range of services, or sign in as a day visitor. Follow the links below for further details.
Did you know you can make use of other London university libraries? And use other HE libraries during the summer vacation period via the SCONUL scheme? This could be particularly helpful if you live in another part of London or usually return home to another part of the UK outside of term time.
For a full list of access arrangements and details of what you'll need to do to apply, visit the link below:
As an alumni of UCL, you are entitled to ongoing access to our libraries and spaces. This could be particularly useful during your pre-registration year.
Find more information about UCL Alumni Library membership by following the link below: