KTH Library is a public library that is open to everyone. Some of our services are only for students and staff at KTH, but everyone is welcome to visit our libraries and study on our beautiful premises.
The Main Library at KTH Campus offers many different study spaces so you can choose what suits you. Most study spaces are equipped with power outlets for laptops.
Our library is a popular study spot. On this page, you will find information about various types of study places and some tips on how to make the most of the library as a study area.
Quiet study places
You can find quiet, individual study places in the North Gallery and Ångdomen.
We have many different types of group workspaces in the library. You can find them here:
- Library Hall (including the Reading balcony)
- Open Stacks
- South Gallery
- Southeast Gallery
- Entrance Hall
- Available classrooms.
The links goes to the interactive map where you can see where the room is located.
As a KTH student, you can book one of the library's twelve group rooms or use one of our three drop-in group rooms located behind Ångdomen.
Study in available classrooms
The library has classrooms and computer rooms that are sometimes booked for teaching. When the rooms are available, students are welcome to use them for studying. You can check in the booking system TimeEdit when the rooms are booked. There is also a QR code outside the rooms that leads to the schedule. The links below goes to our interactive map where you can see where the room is located and also check scheduled events in all of the rooms.
These rooms are included:
In Södertälje, there are study spaces adjacent to the library.
It is also possible to book an introduction to talking books in Södertälje.
For more information on study places outside the library, see Study places and group rooms .