Students at the University of Reading will be able to study for 24-hours a day thanks to a new study centre.
The Study opened last week, just in time for the new academic year.
It was built as part of a £300,000 refurbishment of the facilities at the university and has space for a hundred students as well as group study areas and a kitchen to allow students to take a break.
Vice-Chancellor Sir David Bell had the honours of opening the new building said, "Students expectations rise every year.
"They have every right to expect academic services that enable them to fit study into their busy lives, day or night."
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