Strand Campus: Maughan Library
The Maughan Library is home to American studies, Australian studies, Byzantine & modern Greek, classics, computer science, cultural & creative industries, digital culture & technology, engineering, English, European studies, film studies, French, geography, German, history, international relations, law (including the Institute of Taxation's Tony Arnold Library), linguistics, mathematics, medical ethics, music, philosophy, physics, politics, political economy, Portuguese & Brazilian studies, Spanish & Spanish-American studies, theology & religious studies, war studies.
Maughan Library, Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1LR
Tel. 020 7848 2424
Fax. 020 7848 2277
How to find us
Chancery Lane is a short walk from the Strand Campus. The Library is on the right-hand side as you walk up Chancery Lane from Fleet Street. Map of the area. Visitors are requested to inform Security and Library staff of their arrival.
Access for people with disabilities to the Maughan Library