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International Corporate Strategy Library

Who can use the library?

University members
Faculty and Staff  Faculty/Staff ID is required.
Graduate Students  Student ID is required.
Undergraduate Students  Student ID is required.
Visitors
Registered alumni  User ID is required.
Other visitors
  Please contact us via e-mail before visiting. Your ID is required.

Service hours

Semester periods: Monday April 3-
            1:15pm-4:00pm, 5:00pm-8:15pm
Vacation periods: 11:30am-2:30pm, 3:30pm-6:30pm

Closed

Saturdays, Sundays and National Holidays
December 27 to January 4
There may be additional closures.

Circulation Service

Faculty and staff  70 items  2 weeks
Graduate students  30 items  2 weeks
Undergraduate students  8 items  2 weeks
Visitors  In-library use and photocopying
(40yen per sheet) only

Items borrowed from the main library are included.
Items may be renewed 3 times unless the item is reserved or a borrowed item is overdue.
Self-checkout is available.

Non-circulating

Reference books, periodicals, audio-visual materials, CD-ROM etc.

Book Delivery Requests

The university members may make requests for delivery of books (excepting non-cirulating materials) to the main library via HERMES or MyLibrary.
Items are dispatched twice a week (usually Mondays and Thursdays).

Photocopy

There is a card-operated photocopier for graduate students in the library (to be used only for library materials).
The copyright law should be observed.

Photocopy Delivery Requests

The university members may make requests for delivery of photocopies to the main library via MyLibrary (20yen per sheet).
Items are dispatched twice a week (usually Mondays and Thursdays).

Contact us

ICS Library
Graduate School of International Corporate Strategy (ICS)
Hitotsubashi University
National Center of Sciences, 5F
2-1-2 Hitotsubashi, Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo 101-8439, JAPAN
Phone:
E-mail:

Access

Please refer to this page.

HERMES (OPAC)
Hitotsubashi University Library
Intitute of Economic Research Library
Research Centre for Information and Statistics of Social Science, Institute of Economic Research
MyLibrary
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