The library is used by both internal and external users. The internal users are lecturers, researchers and experts of ŠKODA AUTO UNIVERSITY, students of all forms of study at ŠKODA AUTO UNIVERSITY and the employees of ŠKODA AUTO UNIVERSITY; external users include the public.


The library is a university library with a specialised book collection. The collection is organized according to the degree programmes and research activities of the lecturers. It is a library focusing mainly on professional literature from the fields of economics, management, law and engineering. The primary aim of its activities is to contribute to the improvement of the level of education of ŠKODA AUTO UNIVERSITY students as well as other library users.


The library collection consists of printed documents (books, periodicals, university textbooks, theses, linguistic literature), multimedia, readers and electronic information sources (e.g. access to multidisciplinary collection ProQuest Central). ProQuest Central contains professional information from the fields of business, economics, natural and social sciences, humanities as well as engineering. This electronic resource can be accessed online via the Academic Information System. Documents are obtained mainly through purchase, including foreign publications. The library collection also includes rare foreign encyclopaedias, Britannica (29 volumes) and Brockhaus (24 volumes).


Users can use an online catalogue The library has modern IT technology with access to the Internet. 

The library has 21 734 items. The library has 1 752 registered users of which 187 are external users.

The library is a member of prestigious professional associations and organisations (e.g. SKIP – Association of Library and Information Professionals, SDRUK – Association of Libraries in the CR).


The library is located on the ground floor of building C (former monastery), room C 010.


Opening hours:


Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 7.30 - 16.30

Tuesday, Friday: 7.30 - 19.00

Saturday: 8.00 - 13.00


Library telephone: 326823060

Library e-mail: