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DGHE is housed in David Game College, 32-35 Jewry Street, EC3 and is a short walk from Aldgate and Tower Hill tube stations. In 2016/17 the premises underwent a major multi-million pound refurbishment and the Centre now benefits from a modern, well resourced, comfortable, state-of-the-art learning environment.
All classrooms are equipped with audio-visual equipment and comfortable seating with WiFi access available throughout the building. There is a learning resources centre, IT suite, tutorial rooms, 200 seat auditorium, break-out area and café serving hot and cold food and beverages. Students also benefit from an extensive range of online study materials available through the college’s virtual learning environment.
View panorama images of our new premises in Jewry Street.

DGHE Library

The DGHE Library is a dedicated study space where students can work on their assignments, send their work to print, and borrow learning resources. Both computers and desk space are provided to support learning in a comfortable environment. The library is open from 9:00-21:00 Monday to Friday and from 9:00-17:00 on Saturdays, ensuring that all students have opportunities to use the library’s resources. DGHE’s Librarian is available at the library desk five days a week to help students locate learning materials from the library collection, conduct research, and reference books and articles correctly in their assignments. Extensive guidance to library and learning resources is provided on the college’s online learning environment. 

The library collection features an extensive range of items including books, magazines, and journal issues. The centre of the collection is the core textbooks and further reading. Our lecturers have selected a wide range of books that are tailored to the units they teach. Copies of these core texts are provided in proportion to student numbers for each course, ensuring all students have fair access to learning materials that will support their studies. Books can be borrowed for one week with automatic renewal when they are due back, allowing students to use the collection with confidence. If all borrowing copies of a given text are out of the library, students can place a reservation to ensure it is returned for them to collect. Reference copies of the library’s core collection provide students with access to a text when they drop in, allowing them to check textbooks for their assignments and make photocopies of key pages. 
In addition to the physical collection, DGHE also works with our partner institutions to provide DGHE students with access to an extensive collection of online resources, including both ebooks and online journals. 

IT Facilities & E-Learning

DGHE has its own servers that support Internet and web-based applications throughout the College. All students and staff have free access to the web through Wi-Fi and the College has an advanced filtering system that allows students to surf the web in a safe and secure manner. Students are allowed to bring their own tablets and laptops for independent study, but they must adhere to our IT and e-safety policy and respect teachers’ policies on the use of technology during lessons.


DGHE unique auditorium which seats up 200 people, is equipped with top-of-the-range technical facilities to support a whole range of events, from debates and lectures to conferences and media presentations.

If you’d like to book any of our auditoriums or facilities, please contact us at info@dghe.ac.uk



DGHE has invested in improving and utilising room spaces by creating a larger canteen area for our students. The DGHE canteen provides facilities for students to eat their own snacks or to buy hot and cold drinks. It is also the ideal place for students to take a break from their studies and relax. 







Last updated: 14/04/21