ULiège libraries during the lead-up to exams: where and when?
During the lead-up to exams and actual exam periods, ULiège libraries are open for longer and also make a number of study rooms available to students to give them somewhere quiet to work, even on Saturdays.
For ULiège students: extended opening hours and new study rooms
Between 17 December 2018 and 19 January 2019, our libraries will be open for longer and a number of study rooms will be made available for quiet study, even on Saturdays! This year, only ULiège students and staff members will be able to use our libraries for study during this period.
ULiège students are also welcome to use the study rooms at any of the higher education institutions belonging to the Liège-Luxembourg academic Cluster, the opening hours of which have been extended during the blockade.
The “Affluences” app: check for available spaces without having to leave the house
Want to find out how busy certain ULiège libraries (ALPHA reading room, BSV CHU, Graulich and BST Sciences) are in real time without having to leave the house? Now you can!
For external students: 3 study rooms available at ULiège
Given the high levels of use during this period, students from other higher education institutions in the Liège-Luxembourg Cluster will not be granted access to ULiège libraries this year.
However, they are welcome to use any of the study rooms in the Liège-Luxembourg academic Cluster, including the 3 available at the University of Liège (B8, B35A, A2/5/11)
Personalised support based on individual needs
ULiège is putting a range of measures in place to support students during the lead-up to exams and the actual exam periods.
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