Creating learning environments that facilitate new modes of teaching delivery is a fundamental priority of the Kambri project and has been central to its planning and design.

Our new teaching and learning spaces will help transform the University’s approach to teaching as we transition from a teacher-led approach to one that fosters student-teacher and student-student collaboration. It will also address the variations in age, form and quality of our existing facilities and enhance their ability to accommodate digital technology platforms.

Previous teaching facilities in University Avenue and Union Court, including the Manning Clark Centre, will be replaced by a number of multi-purpose, multimodal, flexible learning spaces which will be embedded with new digital infrastructure.

Working with teachers, academics and students during this time to ensure minimal disruption is a key priority for the University and over the coming months we will be consulting with those likely to be affected by these changes.

Further information about timetabling changes and examinations is available.