The Reading Hall
The Reading Hall has a capacity of 80 seats for study, with contemporary IT and Telecom equipment (wireless network and network infrastructure), access to digital libraries and the ability to borrow books and magazines. Users can use personal computers to log into the college wireless network.
The Reading Hall is a quiet space: users are required to avoid noise and to respect those who are studying. The consumption of food and drink in the Reading Hall is forbidden.
News paper and Magazines
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Students have to submit their theses to the Reading Hall (Bachelor, Master's). For formatting and printing requirements see "Useful Documents" in the Reading Hall.
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Hours of Operation:
The Reading Hall is open from Monday to Friday, 9:00 to 18:00. During public holidays, as defined by the Rector's Council, the Reading Hall is closed. During break periods (Christmas, Easter, Summer) the schedule is adjusted accordingly.