The following services are only available to MUAS students and employees of the university - currently, external/guests are not able to use our services. Due to the current hygienic measures, only a limited number of persons are allowed in the library. More Info > Coronavirus FAQs

Central Library: Borrowing

Opening Hours:

  • Mon - Wed & Fri (10:00 - 16:00)
  • Thur (10:00 - 18:00)
  • Sat & Sun closed

More Info >Studying at the Central Library

Branch Library Pasing: Borrowing only

Opening Hours:

  • Mon & Wed - Fri (10:00 - 14:00)
  • Tue (10:00 - 18:00)
  • Sat & Sun closed

Branch Library Karlstrasse: Borrowing only

Opening Hours: by pre-arranged appointment, please contact the library via the ticket system 'Ask a Librarian' or by telephone (089/1265-2675).

  • 9:30 - 16:00 (Mon - Fri)
  • Sat & Sun closed

For all three libraries:

  • in the OPAC, note the shelfmark/call number of the desired book you wish to borrow before visiting
  • borrowing library items is conducted via the shelf-checkout terminals
  • studying in the library is only allowed at the Central Library
  • limited number of person are allowed in the library, must have MUAS ID
  • returning books is possible via the automatic book return (Central & Branch Library Pasing), or by pre-arrangement for the Branch Library Karlstrasse
  • only MUAS students and employees can take advantage of our services
  • a mouth-nose mask must be worn in the library
  • keep a safe distance of 1.5 meter between people
  • use the contact form 'Ask a Librarian' if you have any questions

More Info > Remote Access

Library goes cashless in the new semester. More Info > Fees and Overdue Fines

Book - Search

> OPAC - Library Catalogue

Discover a wealth of print and licenced electronic resources in our library

Journal - Search

EZB - Electronic Journal Library - search for electronic journals by title

Access full-text articles from comprehensive collections of scholarly journals

Database - Search

DBIS - Database InfoSystem

Access general and specialised databases with links to full-text journal articles, conference papers, eBooks, and other forms of eMedia


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