Study at the library
KTH Library is a public library that is open to everyone. Some of our services are reserved for students and staff at KTH, but everyone is welcome to visit our libraries and study in our beautiful premises.
The main library offers many different places to study, so you can choose what suits you.
You will find quiet study places in the North Gallery and Ångdomen, while group workplaces can be found in the library hall, the open stacks, and South and Southeast Gallery. Most study places are equipped with network and power outlets for laptops. As a KTH student you also have the opportunity to book one of the library's twelve group rooms or use one of our three drop-in group rooms situated behind Ångdomen.
Computers and printers
The main library has several desktop computers that can be used by all our visitors. As a student or employee, you log in with your KTH account. All other visitors can get a guest account at the information desk upon displaying your ID card. The computer time for visitors is limited to one hour, then you are automatically logged out.
If you are a student or employee and have your own computer, you can connect to KTH's network via our network outlets or Eduroam. Visitors can get a guest account for the KTH's network at the information desk (the guest computers are not available at the moment).
KTH Library uses KTH-Print. As a student or employee, you can print, scan and copy from your print quota. We do not offer copying or printing for other visitors.
Lockers at the main library
The lockers in the cloakroom on the first floor can be borrowed free of charge throughout the day. Keys for the lockers are available at the information desk upon presentation of your library card or ID card.
Kista and Södertälje
The KTH Library is also represented on campus in Kista and Södertälje. In Kista you will fing a quiet study hall in the library and in Södertälje there are study places adjacent to the library.
At the libraries in Kista and Södertälje you will find many of our course books and you also have the opportunity to attend seminars or book an introduction to talking books.