If you are looking for a place to study, you can of course go to your college or university. There you will find all the facilities you need. Libraries in The Hague have also set up costless study areas where you can study at your leisure and consult (study) books and publications. View this map for an overview of study spaces in The Hague.
Library The Hague
The Hague Library is a meeting place in the city. Where you can study, and where you will find a wealth of study material. The study spaces in the library are free to use and you do not need to be a member to read books or search for information in the library.
The Central Library is located in the city center, next to The Hague City Hall. In addition, there are 16 neighborhood libraries in the city. Do you want to study in the library? Book a study place in advance.
Reading rooms in the Royal Library
You can study in the reading rooms of the Koninklijke Bibliotheek and consult all publications in the reading rooms. You also have access to newspapers on microfiche. The KB's reading rooms are accessible to reading room pass holders. Anyone aged 17 or older can request a free reading room pass. More information about access to the Koninklijke Bibliotheek.
New: study places in World Forum The Hague and Tribes
Are you looking for a quiet place to study at a desk? Check out the student work spaces in World Forum The Hague (Churchillplein 10) or at Tribes (Kalvermarkt 53). You are welcome from Monday to Friday from 09.00 to 12.45 and from 13.15 to 17.00. Reserve your study space via studieplekdenhaag.nl.