Bibliothèque cantonale et universitaire – Lausanne, site Provence

Av. de Provence 26-28

1007 Lausanne

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Access by public transport

From Lausanne

Métro M1, towards Renens-gare, Provence stop

Bus 16, toward Provence nord, Provence nord, stop

More information : Transports publics lausannois (tl)

Eco-friendly transport

No cycle parking nearby.

Access for people with reduced mobility

Access ramp at the entrance to the building and lift to upper floors.

By car from the motorway

A1 motorway towards Lausanne-Sud, Lausanne-Malley exit.

Take avenue du Chablais to the roundabout, then avenue de Provence to the crossroads. At the traffic lights, go under the M1 metro bridge and follow the road next to the railway line on your right, with the car repair shop on your left, for about 200 m.

Site Provence
CH - 1007
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Multi-function printers

36 Work places

12 Public computers


Special services

DVD players

Available in the library

Other items available to borrow

Discover new tools by borrowing an e-reader or Thymio robot

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Pupil projects

Some examples of pupils’ work are stored at the library and can be accessed on-site

Work and relaxation

A comfortable place to read, work and relax in a studious, pleasant atmosphere

Open to the public

Open to both pupils and teachers, and to the general public

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We support your search for information throughout your studies.

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Collections and heritage

Are you a pupil or teacher? Are you looking for information in a printed or digital format?

Here you have access to all kinds of useful documentation for secondary-school teaching. The collections cover areas ranging from culture to school subjects and current affairs. We offer a selection of non-fiction books, manuals, dictionaries and magazines.

You can also dive into the world of literature with novels, comic books and mangas. The audiovisual collections offer a selection of fiction films and documentaries.

All these collections are supplemented by digital resources, which are accessible from our computer workstations.