Paris Campus Library: Library resources play an important role at Schiller and the library at the Paris campus provides a comfortable ambiance and all the facilities the students and faculty need for their study and research purposes.
Collection size: 5,000 volumes specialized on International Business, International Relations, and Business.
The largest English library in Paris. FREE membership for Schiller students and faculty members.
The Library and Information Resources Network, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation formed in 1996, is a consortium of educational institutions that have joined together to share access to information resources.
LIRN® members enjoy the benefits of group purchasing, a centrally managed authentication gateway, on and off campus access for their students, as well as hosted proxy services.
The LIRN® collection provides students with millions of peer-reviewed and full-text journal, magazine, and newspaper articles, e-books, podcasts, audio, and video resources to support their academic studies from Gale Cengage, ProQuest, EBSCO, eLibrary, Books24x7, and more, covering topics for General Education, Business, and Medical programs.
The Bibliothèque nationale de France collects, preserves and makes known the national documentary heritage.
The BnF’s collections are unique in the world: 14 million books and printed documents, manuscripts, prints, photographs, maps and plans, scores, coins, medals, sound documents, video and multimedia documents, scenery elements… All disciplines, whether intellectual, artistic or scientific, are represented in a comprehensive way. About 150 000 documents are added to the collections each year thanks to legal deposit, acquisitions and donations.
The Bpi, located inside the Pompidou Centre in the centre of Paris, makes available to its users a rich and varied array of materials and services, free of charge and highly accessible without any formalities, on the spot and on-line.
The Library contains a range of encyclopaedic collections of materials that include up-to-date documents in every possible format: printed materials, sound and visual documents, digital materials. They give access to knowledge, entertainment and culture, information and lifelong learning, and can be consulted on the spot.
The French capital has an excellent network of some sixty public libraries. Do you want to read a novel, comic book or children’s story or borrow a CD or DVD? They also organise plenty of activities.
More than sixty public libraries managed by the Mairie de Paris (Paris City Hall) await you. The municipal lending network gives you access to over 3.5 million documents: books, compact discs, DVDs, comic books, children’s books, CD ROMs, music scores, language learning methods, etc.