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Operation of the library

Dear University Citizens,

The Library relaunches its borrowing services at its Budapest location for Corvinus University faculty, employees and students from 28 May, 2020.

Borrowing process

Loan requests can be issued by submitting an online webform or via email: library(kukac)uni-corvinus(pont)hu.

Please provide the following data about the requested work: author, title, publisher, year of issue. It speeds the identification of the work if you send us the direct link from the catalogue, e.g. http://hunteka.uni-corvinus.hu/hu/record/-/record/BCEKK391549

A maximum of four volumes can be requested at the same time.

Borrowing is possible from Monday to Thursday, 9:00-17:00.
Requests submitted until 11:00 can be picked up in the afternoon, 14:00 - 17:00,  or until 17:00 on the next workday, at the latest.
Requests submitted after 11:00 can be picked up on the folllowing workday, 9:00-17:00.
Based on requests submitted on Thursdays after 11:00, books can be received on Monday.
For picking up the books, please bring your library card. Wear a mask in every case and keep to safety orders.

Returning books
You can return the books by dropping them into the dropoff box in front of the Library entrance from Monday to Thursday, between 9:00 and 17:00. Books taken inside from the dropoff box will be kept in quarantine for 72 hours.  It is only following this procedure that the books will be removed from your account.

In the case of books borrowed earlier the due date will be extended until September 4, 2020.

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The operation of the Library is detailed in the new Provision of the Presidential Committee.

 

Number and title: XXX

 

The document is available and downloadable at the following link.

 

The consolidated versions of all documents are downloadable from the website under „current consolidated version” of provisions. For all documents, „Current consolidated version” refers to the version of the text that is in force at the given moment.

 

Kind regards,

Corvinus University of Budapest

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