As exams are starting all over again, the library and university buildings become more crowded then ever. Finding a quiet study spot is not possible unless you will participate with the early morning German runs. Luckily there are some secret spots in Maastricht where you can find the peace and quiet you need.
- Centre CeramiqueAt Plein ’92 the city library can be found. What most people don’t know is that it has a large space where people can read and study in private. It even features music rooms where you can chill out on the piano etc. if that’s your thing. Free Wi-fi and enough power-plugs available.
- KiwiAs most of us are coffee addicts anyway, why don’t you just study in a bar? Kiwi is very spacious and is pretty quiet during the day. This basically applies to all bars in Maastricht, as most of them only start filling up later in the evening or the night. A lot of the bars even start having free Wi-fi, but power-plugs might be a problem.
- The hospitalWhen entering the lobby coming from the faculty of Psych you enter a main hall. Take the escalators to the top and discover a vast open area with a lot of tables and chairs where doctors can enjoy their break.
- Randwijck UM Library
although pretty crowded, it doesn’t come anywhere near the crowd that gathers in the inner city library. Especially after 4/5 it gets pretty relaxed to hang out and get your studying going on.
- The SSC
Despite a limited space, there are some spots at the back of the main hall. The big stairs can also serve as place to read through your notes or chill behind your laptop.
I was born and raised in a town called Geleen, sited between the hills of the Dutch province of Limburg. I'm a 25 year old Psychology Master student and a member of the Erasmus Student Network (ESN). I will enjoy shedding my critical light on life itself and share it with you while I am at it.