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Computerroom 12th floor

Next to the general study rooms (libraries and the MMS), on the 12th floor of the Erasmus building a computerroom especially for students of Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies is located in room E12.30. A printer and scanner are available. You may also bring your own laptop. Opening times equal those of the Erasmus building:

Monday-Thursday: 8am-9.45pm
Friday 8am - 7.30pm


The Faculty of Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies houses approximately 30.000 books in the central library of the Radboud University. You can find the books in 'De Verdieping', i.e. the basement of the library. Encyclopedias and dictionaries can be found on the ground floor in the main reading room. Magazines (all subscriptions) can be found on the first floor.

The library is accessible for everyone. To borrow a book you need to have a student card or a library card.

Addresses and opening hours

You can find more information on the website of the University Library and the location pages of the Humanities Library.

Culture and Sports


The University of Nijmegen not only offers excellent facilities for studying, but also everything for a lively student culture. Part of the campus is the University Sports Centre, which offers a very broad range of different kinds of sports, including for example climbing, field hockey, lacrosse, tennis and football.
Apart from the regular sports that can be practised on the university campus, the city of Nijmegen also hosts a number of large sports events. Every year, mid-July, Nijmegen is the main stage one of the world's largest marching events, the Four Days Marches Nijmegen. Every year around 1 million visitors come to the city for the marches and a week packed with all different kinds of events. Other events are the Seven Hill Run, the Mariken Run and 'the Batavieren Race', a relay run for students in the whole country.


In 2005 Nijmegen celebrated it's 2000th anniversary, which makes it the oldest city in the Netherlands. Although the city has had a turbulent history and suffered heavy damage in World War, there are numerous historical sites to visit. Among the historical landmarks are the St. Stevenschurch, the Kronenburger Park, the 'Valkhof' (the falcon's court), 'de Waag' (an old trading center where trader weighed their goods) and of course the Valkhof Museum, which not only exhibits modern art, but houses an enormous collection of archeological findings as well.

The city also has a myriad of cosy bars, restaurants and cultural facilities to offer. For concerts one can visit concert hall de Vereeniging. More alternative places to go to are Doornroosje and Merleyn. For movies Nijmegen also is the place to be: cultural center Lux, located in the very heart of the city center, is the largest arthouse of The Netherlands.

Nature and surroundings

Situated next to the river Waal and next to the beautiful nature reserve 'de Ooij'  Nijmegen finds itself in the middle of its natural surrondings. Small villages adjacent to Nijmegen, including Berg en Dal, Heilig Landstichting and also German Villages and cities attract many visitors every year.Within ten minutes you leave the dynamics of the city behind to find yourself amidst green escarpments close to Berg en Dal and Beek/Ubbergen or the typical Dutch 'polder-landscape' to be found in 'de Ooij'.


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