LINK is an acronym for “Lees- & INternet Kafé” (Reading & INternet Cafe), a special facility provided by the University Library Randwyck, as an informal working environment.

Study facilities LINK Learning Spaces

LINK offers both seating and standing capacity. There are: • approximately 60 study spaces with a computer • sockets for laptops for students and staff and there is a print facility • a reading corner with (inter)national newspapers • lockers to store your possessions safely.

At LINK you will also find a  coffee corner.

As a UM student, you may log on to the Internet computers (using your UM account). The connection points can be used by both UM students and staff. You can use your laptop, there is a WIFI connection.

For opening hours and directions, visit the Hours & Locations page.


Contact & Support

For questions or information, use the web form to contact a library specialist.


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