University Library of New University
University Library of New University (ULNU) provides library and informational support and optimal conditions for studying and scientific-research work to members of New University.
Name of institution: Univerzitetna knjižnica Nove univerze
Address: Mestni trg 23, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
library number: 51018, ISIL: SI-51018
For visitors of library
Visitors to the library can enjoy free Wi-Fi, several reading spaces (with or without) computers, and professional assistance from the librarians, who are always happy to help you search for materials or give you information.
The library registration fee is already covered upon enrolment, but you need to enrol in the library seperately. If you have not enrolled yet you can do so in person or via email. What is requred is an ID and a filled in and signed registration form (find attached at the bottom of the page).
Reservation of the material
Because we value your time we offer a new service – reservation of materials through "My Library" on COBISS.si.
Upon logging in the My Library system you choose the desired book in the UKNU catalogue and make a reservation. When we prepare the book, you get a notification via e-mail. Reserved materials will be waiting for you at the library for three working days after receiving the notification. If you will not require the material you can always cancel via the service, email or telephone, but unclaimed reserved materials will be charged according to the price list (0,50 EUR).
The library provides off site access to several information resources, both from international and slovenian sources. Access is enabled for library patrons with the same access information you use to reserve materials from the library.
If you are writing your thesis make sure it is in accordance with the Technical instructions.
UKNU provides librarian-informational services to the following members of New University:
- European Faculty of Law
- Faculty for Government and European Studies
- Faculty for Slovene and International Studies