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Exam period: 16 March - 10 April extra opening hours - UB City Centre UG-only

14 March 2024

During the upcoming exam period both the UB City Centre and the UB Zernike have extended opening hours. This period with extra opening hours is planned around the exam periods at UG faculties and begins some time before the start of the exam periods.

Reserving study place mandatory

For both the UB City Centre as well as the UB Zernike: reserving a study place is mandatory during this period.

UB City Centre: UG-only

From 16 March until 10 April the University Library City Centre is only accessible for students and staff of the University of Groningen (and other holders of a library card). Hanze students will have no access to the library during this period.

  • Opening hours: 8.30 am - midnight
UB Zernike

At the UB Zernike the period runs from 22 March until 11 April*. In this period UB Zernike opening hours are:

  • Monday-Friday: 9.00 am - 8 pm
  • Saturday and Sunday: 10 am - 6 pm

*N.B.: 29 March until 1 April the UB Zernike is closed due to Good Friday and Easter

Last modified:27 March 2024 10.20 a.m.
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