The University Library of Salzburg is open to everybody, loans are free of charge. You need a library card or a Salzburg-Uni-Card (card for students of the University of Salzburg) to order books, borrow material or renew items. Library cards are available free of charge at the loan desk of our Main Library at Hofstallgasse 2-4. Users without library card or Salzburg-Uni-Card can receive a Tageslesekarte (one-day reading card) for the Main Library. Please respect our library regulations (available in German only).


Find wardrobes and lockers in the entrance areas of all of our libraries. Please put your jackets, coats, umbrellas, knapsacks, and bags there.


Find bibliographic and subject-specific information here:

Service desk Phone number +43 662 8044
+ extension
 Main Library  x77350 or x77360, info.hb(at)
Classical Studies x4305,
Social Sciences x4022,
Natural Sciences x5022, info.nw(at)
Philosophy KGW x4063 or x4090
Law at Toskanatrakt x3018,
Law at Firmian-Salm-Haus x3019, info.fs(at)
Sport Science and Kinesiology x4877, info.spo(at)
Theological Library 1 (TB1) x2902
Theological Library 2 (TB2) x2625
Theological Library 3 (TB3) x77350 or x77360, info.hb(at)
UNIPARK x4920or x4921, info.unipark(at)



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    The symposium on Labour Law at the University of Salzburg deals with topics such as "Flexible Gestaltung von Arbeitszeit und Arbeitsort", "Steuerliche Impulse zur Attraktivierung familienfreundlicher Maßnahmen" or " Gleichstellungsanforderungen und unbezahlte Arbeit als Herausforderungen für das familienfreundliche Unternehmen".
    Outstanding pre-scientific work was honoured on 20 September with the HANS-RIEGEL-Fachpreis: In cooperation with the Kaiserschild-Foundation, the University of Salzburg again awarded prizes to students and schools in the state of Salzburg, with a total value of 3550 Euro.
    The Center for Jewish Cultural History at the University of Salzburg offers a public lecture series during the winter semester 2017/18, Thursdays 17:00-19:00, HS E.001 (Unipark). The opening lecture on 5 October will be given by Susanne Plietzsch and Armin Eidherr.
    The kick-off of the new career program "Karriere_Mentoring III" of the Universities of Salzburg, Linz and Krems, which took place on 13 September in Gmunden, went extremely well. In addition to qualified young scientists from the three universities, high-caliber mentors from Germany and abroad took part in the event.
    The fourth "Erwin Kräutler Prize for Contextual Theology and Interreligious Dialogue" will be presented to Dr. Sebastian Pittl and Prof. Dr. Stefan Silver on 3 October, 2017, in HS 101 of the Catholic Theological Faculty (Universitätsplatz 1, Salzburg).
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    Important dates and information about registration for courses at the Sprachenzentrum (Language Center), Winter Term 2017/18.
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    The Faculty of Education has organized the Summer School, "Bildung des Subjekts", at the Unipark Nonntal. Lecturers are, among others, Winfried Böhm, General Pedagogy, University of Würzburg, and Michael Winkler, General Pedagogy and Theory of Social Pedagogy, University of Jena.
    Orientation for first time University of Salzburg students will be held from 26 to 28 September in the Große Universitätsaula.
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