About the Library

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.

2 Floors

270 Seat

Seminar Rooms

Study Rooms



Apple computers

Self-check Stations

Code of Conduct

In order to provide an environment that is free of disruptive activities, and quiet conducive spaces, all library users should follow the below code of conduct. Failure to do so may be subject to sanctions, including but not limited to: being asked to leave the Library; being subject to loss of Library privileges; being reported to the University management.

All library users should abide by the following rules and must not:

  • Remove or attempt to remove library materials, equipment or property without having them issued, or without proper authorization
  • Fail to return library material on or before the expiration of the loan period or when requested to do so by the library
  • Consume food in the library. Only the drinking of water is allowed
  • Litter in the library
  • Smoke in the library
  • Mutilate library materials by marking, underlining, or removing pages or portions of pages; damaging library materials or property in any way
  • Be in unauthorized areas of the library, remain in the library after closing or when requested to leave in emergency situations or evacuation drills
  • Open emergency exits except in emergency situations
  • Open any window in the library
  • Maliciously access, alter, delete, damage or destroy any computer system or software
  • Conceal library materials in the library for exclusive use
  • Fail to pay for lost or damaged library material
  • Create any form of disturbance which interferes with the normal use of the library
  • Act sexually offensive or verbally abusive towards other users
  • Harass library staff or users
  • Play music in the library
  • Talk on mobile phones in the library. Phones should always be in silent mode
  • Use the library computers for anything other than authorized purposes