Online Sources

The National Library has agreed with the collective administrator of copyright Dilia on making over 215 000 titles of monographies and journals temporary available. The titles are available for university lecturers and students and it is possible to access and read the titles but to download and print them.
To request access to the National Digital Library, first, you have to submit an application. You can find detailed instructions in this manual. After approval of the application, you will log in via the "Přihlásit se propojenými identitami" option on the website The approval might take up to 24 hours.
Should you have any questions, feel free to contact us.

MUP final dissertations are temporarily, for the duration of the measures related to the state of emergency declared by the Government, accessible via the MUP network also remotely, however, only for the MUP students under their student login combination. The student shall use the final dissertations only for study purposes, and when using them, he or she shall comply with the applicable provisions of the Copyright Act, in particular, Section 31, and he or she shall not make copies of the final dissertations, disseminate them in any manner, communicate them to the public or allow anyone else to access them.


MUP Library provides access to the EBSCO and JSTOR databases and E-books Cambridge Core. Access is possible without a password from all computers located on the premises of Metropolitan University Prague and MUP University Centres in Pilsen, Liberec, and Hradec Králové. Outside MUP networks use the following instructions in order to gain remote access:

  • To activate remote access, you must register in MUP Library.
  • After logging in into your MUP Library account in the online catalogue, you will see the link to the available e-sources, i.e. JSTOR and EBSCO.
  • MUP students and members of faculty shall use their Student Information System (SIS) login combination in order to access the library account.

Access to Specialised Czech E-sources at MUP