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Study rooms UB closed due to new covid measures

15 December 2020
Update 15 december 2020

Due to the new corona measures (d.d. 14 December), the UB City Centre will be open to a very limited extent (UB Zernike is closed). Borrowing and returning books will still be possible. Study rooms will be closed as of Wednesday 16 December.

Opening hours Selfservice (borrowing and returning books) UB City Centre:

Monday to Friday

  • 16-12 until 24-12: 8.30 am - 12.30 pm
  • 25-12 until 3-1: UB closed
    The 24/7 book box is closed during this period.
  • 4-1 to 18-1: 8.30 am - 12.30 pm

The research room Special Collections is open by appointment only.


As from Monday 4 January 2021, the UB will offer a limited number of study stations for vulnerable students. If you have questions regarding this, please contact your study advisor.

DNPP, CRS and CMB

The Documentatiecentrum Politieke Partijen, the Centre for Russian Studies and the Central Medical Library are closed.

Last modified:14 January 2021 2.45 p.m.
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