Eddie Davies Library
Eddie Davies Library
Manchester Business School
The University of Manchester
Booth Street West
The last entry to the Library will be 15 minutes before the officially advertised closure time. This is to ensure that all customers can vacate the building safely and securely.
Access to the Library is by valid University of Manchester ID card.
|Monday to Friday||9am||10pm|
- Closed Friday, 3 April to Monday, 6 April (inclusive)
- Closed Monday, 4 May and Monday, 25 May
About the Eddie Davies Library
Eddie Davies Library is a specialist postgraduate library dedicated to the support of teaching and research in the subject area of Business & Management for which it operates in tandem with Precinct Library. It is located in Manchester Business School.
Resources for research
The library holds core texts and other recommended reading for taught postgraduate students, researchers, executive short course students and alumni. There is also access to an extensive collection of journals, company annual reports, market research and statistical material.
The Finance Zone offers access to specialist financial databases that are not available off campus and is also host to the Bloomberg Suite where customers have on demand access to 5 Bloomberg terminals.
- 106 study spaces with plugs for laptops.
- 36 cluster PCs.
- 2 MFDs for printing, photocopying and scanning (one colour, one black and white).
- 2 group study rooms (bookable online). The large meeting room holds up to 12 people and has a PC and interactive whiteboard. The small meeting room holds 8 people and is equipped with a PC and large screen.
Access to Eddie Davies Library for undergraduates is by special arrangement for reference only. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Books that are held uniquely at Eddie Davies Library i.e. not held by any of the other University of Manchester libraries, may be made available for loan to undergraduates via Precinct Library on request. All enquiries should be directed to Precinct Library in the first instance.