Having access to great places for studying is very important when you are a busy student. Being enrolled at the Lucerne School of Business comes with perks such as having access to different locations for studying and collaborating.
Studies are demanding and finding the right space for working is crucial. Below are five locations at the Lucerne School of Business and nearby which I recommend you to seize during your studies.
Booking a classroom at the Lucerne School of Business via MyCampus is the perfect option for study groups. You can select a classroom for 4-7 people. These rooms are spacious and bright, and provide tools such as plugs, whiteboards, flipcharts, markers, and a projector. Do not forget to book a classroom in advance since the demand is quite high, and to cancel a booking if for any reason you will not be able to attend.
Cafeteria and terrace on the 5th floor
Plenty of indoor and outdoor space for studying and collaborating can be found on the 5th floor of the Lucerne School of Business. Inside, sofas and tables are available. Outside you will find plenty of tables for working as well, where the view to Mount Pilatus and the fresh air are true motivators!
The library of the Lucerne School of Business (located in Frankenstrasse 9), and the Lucerne University’s library (Uni/PH-Building in Frohburgstrasse 3) are in a central location in Lucerne and offer options for working in a quiet and comfortable environment. You have access to both with your student ID.
When the weather is warm enough, studying at a calm place by the lake of Lucerne is another option. A great example is the Richard Wagner Museum’s park since it is almost never crowded. This option is ideal for going through your prior-required readings, for example.
Do you know these spots and do you like them? Are there other study spots that you can recommend? Feel free to share in a comment below!
Ana Cristina Pérez Carrillo
MSc student in Business Administration
major Business Development & Promotion