Library

Letenská 1, 118 00, Prague 1

+420 257 530 202
library@aauni.edu
Monday 09:00-12:00 13:00-17:00
Tuesday 09:00-12:00 13:00-17:00
Wednesday 09:00-12:00 13:00-17:00
Thursday 09:00-12:00 13:00-17:00
Friday 09:00-13:00 -

Any information about catalog and library services can be found on the .

Access to Thousands of Academic Books and Journals

The houses the largest English-language book collection of any private university in Prague. It also subscribes to a variety of periodicals and newspapers.

The library predominantly specializes in areas studied at AAU: Business Administration, Humanities and Social Sciences, International Relations and Diplomacy, and Law. The circulating and reference collections offer a well-rounded selection of fiction and nonfiction books.

  • The 鶹library is open to all members of the 鶹community free of charge. Click  to view the catalog.
  • Students and faculty seeking more information about library services can visit our intranet site .

History Meets Contemporary

Like AAU’s main campus, the library is located in the historical center of Prague. The building features all the necessary modern amenities required for study, including free Wi-Fi access, ample study space, and a book collection specially curated by our librarians based on AAU’s curricula. 鶹students can enjoy the ambiance of art and architectural history while they advance their studies. 

Cultural Events

The 鶹Library has been hosting a program of for several years and continues to organize poetry and fiction readings as well as discussions, music concerts, performances and the 鶹Film Club. Contributors are usually local and visiting artists and authors, as well as 鶹faculty. The library also offers its space to festivals and symposiums. Information about past library events is available here.

Bachelor and Master Theses

The 鶹Library holds a collection of student theses from the schools of , , , and , and . The printed thesis collection is “library use only”, meaning theses can be viewed on library premises but not borrowed. 

The digital archive of theses is available .

Library Partnerships

Prague is home to many libraries which are available for research and open to 鶹students. Our current partnerships include The Institute for Contemporary History. Upon presentation of an 鶹student ID card and one photograph, an identification card will be issued free of charge by the associated institutions.

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