Find out more about the support available for your studies and where to access the information you will need.

Postgraduate Students

If you are a postgraduate taught course student and are required to select any optional or elective modules, you will choose these during the induction week of your programme. You will find further information about the modules available by searching for your chosen course on the postgraduate courses webpages.

Students will have access to their individual timetable through the KLE. For further information and guidance on understanding your timetable please see the timetabling webpages.


The campus library provides access to a huge range of online and print resources and study spaces. It is open 24/7 during semesters. It is really important that you learn how to get the most out of it, so to prepare you for starting at Keele you can find lots of useful information on the library webpages.


The Health Library at the Clinical Education Centre at the Hospital Campus is also open throughout the week at the following times:

  • Monday - Thursday: 8.30am-9.45pm
  • Friday: 8.30am-7.45pm
  • Saturday - Sunday: 10.00am-10.00pm

The Health Library is not open on Bank Holidays and has no out-of-hours access. During the weekends and after 5.30pm please use the side-entrance opposite the footbridge. You will need to use your Keele card or library membership card to gain access, using the Access Control system to open the door.

If you feel in need of additional academic support, get in touch with the Student Learning team. They provide support to students in order to develop academic, professional or personal skills. The team offer one to one appointments through the Write Direction service, group workshops and online resources.

Postgraduate research students can also find out more here.

Postgraduate Research students at Keele have the opportunity to take part in Organisational Development workshops during their time at the University. Some of these are specifically for students carrying out research, while others develop broader skills, such as time management. Find out more at