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Dear Students,

As of September 5th, we have opened a new Library Point in Infopark for the benefit of those students and staff who no longer come to our other campuses. It is located in Building D, on the 2nd floor.

Opening hours: Monday 13:00 – 17:00; Wednesday 09:00 - 13:00.


More Information

The new Library Point is too small to have a permanent collection of books, but you can request books from our other campuses at lib@metropolitan.hu. You can find a guide to requesting books here. The books you requested will be sent to the Library Point, where you can pick them up. Please always use this method for requesting books.

Books will be ready for pickup based on the time of your request:

  • From Monday after 12:00 (noon) – until Thursday 15:00 – on next Monday
  • From Thursday after 15:00 – until Monday 12:00 (noon) – on Wednesday

You will be able to return books in person while the Library Point is open. When we are closed, you can also drop them in the Book Drop Box located in the hallway near the Library Point. Be careful with the due dates of the books you return, because we can only register the returns in our system on the days we are open. Once this is done, we will send you a notification in e-mail (sent to the address stored in the Neptun system). You can check your due and returned books here. You can also return books you requested to Infopark at either of our Libraries.

You can also come the Library Point with other questions, such as research-related issues, and for information regarding library use.

At the same time, the opening hours of our Rózsa Street Art Library also change. We are no longer open on Monday afternoon and Wednesday morning.


Our new Rózsa Street opening hours: 

  • Monday: 9:00-13:00
  • Tuesday: 9:00-16:30
  • Wednesday: 13:00-16:30
  • Thursday: 9:00-16:30
  • Friday: 12:00-18:00
  • Saturday: 09:00-15:00


If you need the full range of our services, including a reading space, please come to our Rózsa street library instead.