Student Union opens Zero for exam study space

This addition to study space is another example of collaborative work between the University and the Student Union. Rowan Russell, Vice-President, Becky O'Hagan, President and Prof John Sawkins, Deputy Principal Learning and Teaching in Zero.

The Student Union will be opening Zero° as study space during the exam period at the Edinburgh Campus.

Study space is in high demand at the moment, with the exams coming up. We are really keen to help students with a quiet space where they can crack on with their work
Becky O'Hagan, President of Heriot-Watt Student Union  

The new addition to study space is the result of an initiative led by Becky O'Hagan, the President of Heriot-Watt Student Union with support from colleagues in Estates and Procurement Services.

Becky O'Hagan, President of Heriot-Watt Student Union, said: "Study space is in high demand at the moment, with the exams coming up. We are really keen to help students with a quiet space where they can crack on with their work."

Students will also benefit from the new space during the weekends and food and soft drink deals.

Zero° will be available as a study space from Sunday 1 to Friday 20 December between 9:00am and 10:00pm weekdays, and 12:00m -10:00pm weekends.