Various buildings on the campus offer study spaces. There are spaces where you can simply sit down and study, as well as project rooms which you can book.
Some studies have own study spaces in their buildings. We cannot pushlish a full list because there are hundreds of them: some larger areas are easy to recognise, like the open study spaces in the Technohal or the Cubicus ground floor (former canteen area). Smaller ones have just a single large table somewhere in the hallway. The setup changes continuously. If you are not familiar with the study areas for your programme, please check with either your study programme staff or your study association, as they are usually also involved in these facilities. The website of your study programme (list for current students) should list the contacts.
Resourcebooker is a system that enables you to easily book a project room. Enter your various preferences and you’ll see which spaces are available. You can book up to 2 weeks in advance. There is some instruction available.