Beyond studying, you'll find your time at Goldsmiths is enriched by some of the exciting things taking place on our South East London campus.
We are small but mighty – a close-knit community that comes from every corner of the world, which makes for a diverse learning experience (and plenty of stimulating conversation).
We’re based on a single-site campus within London’s vibrant New Cross, but we’re also just minutes from the heart of this great global city, home to major cultural landmarks including the National Theatre and Tate Modern.
Just some of the buildings and facilities you'll find include:
The Goldsmiths library, with over a quarter of a million books
Clubpulse, a low-cost gym open to students and the public
The Great Hall in the Richard Hoggart Building, which hosts events, concerts and our Presentation Ceremonies
Find out about how we're transforming Goldsmiths and currently investing in our campus.
Goldsmiths has a wide range of facilities that will help you make the most of your time here, enabling you to develop your understanding of your chosen subject and investigate areas of interest beyond your studies.
A modern and flexible learning space, our Library has been ranked in the top 20 in the UK.
It has numerous facilities for group and individual study and offers computer workstations, language learning materials and an extensive collection of printed, audio-visual and electronic resources.
Our campus wireless network enables you to access the web, your College shared files, and e-mail from your own laptop.
All halls of residence have internet access.The Rutherford Building is well-equipped for IT facilities including both PCs and Apple Macs, e-mail facilities and internet access, scanners and video editing equipment.
Help Desk staff are available to answer your queries. See IT Services for the full range of facilities offered.
Whenever you need help or advice, there’s always someone to turn to at Goldsmiths.
Throughout your studies and even after your graduation we can offer help with a whole range of issues from bursaries and scholarships to counselling, nursery services and peer mentoring.
There are a variety of eating options on campus including Loafers cafe, the Refectory canteen, grab and go services at Tastte shop and The POD.
You can also visit Natura, a vegan and vegetarian cafe on the first floor of the Students' Union.
As well as the Clubpulse gym, Goldsmiths' campus has tennis and netball courts and a large backfield perfect for football.
Goldsmiths Students' Union offers a huge variety of sports societies, both recreational and competitive.
Utilising the latest technologies, our customer-focused, and award-winning team provide an integrated range of professional and value-for-money print services and facilities for students.
A yarn store is available for art students, alongside studio spaces.
You'll also have nine specialist research laboratories at your disposal:
fine art printmaking
print and dye
stitch and fabric
Theatre and performance
Theatre students can benefit from a 160-seat theatre, four performance studios, scenography workshop, and wardrobe and props stores.
There is also a media studio for video and sound editing, and specialist technicians on-site for support.
Media and Communications
Media and Communications students enjoy use of a digital and analogue acquisition for time-based media and photography, radio and TV studios, photography studios, digital video and audio editing equipment.
They also have access to ENPS facilities, animation and image manipulation software and hardware, traditional darkrooms and computer rooms for student production.
All Design students have their own dedicated studio space within the Department and there are electronics for prototyping circuits as well as workshop facilities, a computing suite, a textile studio and a dark room.
The Electronic Music Studios comprises a suite of working areas for undergraduate & postgraduate students wishing to explore the creative potential of studio equipment & audio software in relation to composition, live electronics, interactive performance, sound-art, acoustic ecology and research.
The Department of Music also benefits from suites of practice rooms and a recital hall (with its majestic Steinway Model D concert piano).