Using other libraries
Using the TU Delft Library
THUAS students can make use of the TU Delft (Delft University of Technology) Library free of charge; lecturers and staff members pay € 20 per year. TU Delft will make you a library card on presentation of a valid student ID card and a proof of address. You can learn more by going to the TU Delft Library website.
Using the National Library (Koninklijke Bibliotheek)
THUAS students get a 50% discount on their Koninklijke Bibliotheek (KB) membership , so they pay just € 7.50/year. Lecturers/staff members pay € 15/year for a KB membership. To request a card, go to the reception desk at the Koninklijke Bibliotheek and present your ID, a proof of address and your student ID card.
You can learn more by going to the National Library (KB).
Using public libraries
A one-year membership for The Hague Public Library costs students € 10. To obtain this, you will need to present a valid student ID card, a proof of identity and a recent proof of address on a document such as a bank statement or wage slip.
By being a member of your own public library (jeugdpas, basispas, sterpas or vriendenpas), you can borrow from other Dutch public libraries. Just take your library card and a valid proof of identity to a library other than your own, and a library employee at the reception desk will make a library card for you.
For further details, visit The Hague Public Library’s website.
Study places elsewhere in The Hague
Consult this overview (Dutch only) for workplaces elsewhere in the city.
The digital library remains available 24/7 via our website.