De Montfort University Buildings
An ongoing multi-million pound investment programme ensures students at DMU have first-class infrastructure and cutting-edge facilities to develop their knowledge and skills in and plenty of space for relaxation too.
Home to DMU’s humanities subjects, this facility is equipped with the latest audio-visual equipment along with a dedicated, state-of-the-art media lab equipped with Apple Intel Mac Pro computers, cinema screens and all the latest creative software applications.
Now empty and ready for complete refurbishment inside and out, this iconic building was home to DMU’s art and design based courses, which have now moved to Heritage House, Mill Studios, Art Factory and Wellesley House. The building was also home to the Contour Fashion course (DMU is one of only three universities in the world to teach this course) specialising in lingerie, underwear, swimwear and performance sportswear.
The PACE building is home to the UK’s first higher education Centre for Excellence in Performance Arts and has four state-of-the-art dance, drama and music studios with fully sprung dance floors, the latest audio equipment and dedicated rehearsal areas.
Edith Murphy House
Completely refurbished and renamed, this is one of two buildings purpose-built for the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences which incorporates the Schools of Allied Health Sciences, Applied Social Sciences, Nursing and Midwifery and the Leicester School of Pharmacy.