The University of Yangon Library is open from Monday to Friday and Saturday.
University of Yangon faculty, students, and staff are entitled to membership of the University of Yangon Library. New members will need to register at the Library counter on the ground level by completing a registration form. The following documentation is also required:
|Type of Members
|Type of Users (Rules and Regulation)
|Teachers /Academic Staff
|Faculty members of University of Yangon
|Students of University of Yangon
|Office Staff of University of Yangon
|Faculty members, students, students. volunteers, researchers and office staff who are not from UY
|Authors, writers, scholars, high officials
Once registered as a Library member, you will be able to borrow books.
The number of books you can borrow, and the loan period, is set out in the following table.
Books can be borrowed from the circulation desk located at
If you do not return borrowed items on time, you will receive an overdue notice.
If you lose or damage borrowed items, you must immediately report this to the Library. Costs incurred for lost or damaged items are payable by the borrower.
Books not available at the University of Yangon Library can be borrowed from other university libraries in Myanmar (if available).
All members of the Library can use the Interlibrary Loan service.
The following materials can be requested via email, phone or Facebook:
Scanning, copying, and printing facilities are available in the Library:
Twenty (20) PC and 25 laptops with access to e-resources are available.
Free Wi-Fi is available at the Library and can be accessed through personal laptops and mobile devices for searching the Internet and browsing online databases
Study spaces for both individual and group work are available.
More than 150 desks are available on the ground floor, and more than 50 desks on the first floor. The desks are provided as options for study, research, writing and discussion.
The Discussion Room and Training Room, both on the first floor, are available for Library users. More than 20 sets of tables and chairs and laptops are located in the Discussion Room, providing a place for study, research and writing.