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With the reservation tool you can reserve a study place or a group room at these locations:
CMB Library - seats with/without computer & group rooms
CMB Silent Study Areas - only seats without computer
floor map ground floor / floor map upstairs
These are the places where you can go without making a reservation first:
Questions? Mail / chat / call / WhatsApp us!
Or walk through this short, embedded tutorial (4 slides).
Or watch this short video about booking and checking in at the library (in Dutch):
If you have reserved a study place, you will receive a confirmation email containing a code.
When you arrive at the CMB, you can go directly to your table and check in yourself:
Note: If you haven't checked in 15 minutes after the start time, your reservation will automatically expire.
If you cannot come, we appreciate it if you cancel the reservation via the link in the email, so that someone else can reserve the spot.
You can book up to a month in advance.
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