As a premier resource centre the Library at Sorbonne Abu Dhabi provides access to over 100,000 books, 150 printed journals, 150,000 e-books and 32 electronic databases that enable the University to fulfil its mission of teaching, learning, research and the advancement of knowledge.
Established in October 2006, the University library offers resources in the areas of Philosophy, Religion, Politics, Economics, Law, Language and Literature, Management, Art, Archaeology, Geography, History, Psychology, Mathematics and Physics. The Library also houses The Crouzet Collection, a private collection of books on economic history and the history of France and Great Britain that belonged to the late Professor François Crouzet. The University also received a donation of 350 volumes of Collected Courses by The Hague Academy of International Law.
The library occupies two floors with more than 400 seats for study, self-check units, Apple computers, Wi-Fi, seminar rooms and individual study rooms. A photocopying and printing section is also available to all students.
During the academic terms, the library is open during the following hours:
Sunday-Wednesday: 08:30am – 10:00pm
Thursday: 08:30am – 5:30pm
Saturday: 09:00am – 5:00pm
A newly created Study Centre, adjacent to the library, is open from 08:00am to midnight, Sundays to Saturdays.
Tel: 02 656 9678
Fax: 02 650 1252