Harold Cohen Library located at Ashton St, Liverpool L69 3BX, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0151 794 9500

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Govinda Raju Yedida

5 Google Rating

Great place for study! Only for university of liverpool students!

5/ 5

Great place for study! Only for university of liverpool students!

Sam James

5 Google Rating

very friendly staff helped a member of the public

5/ 5

very friendly staff helped a member of the public

Marho Bateren

5 Google Rating

Great place for study. Liverpool University students only though.

5/ 5

Great place for study. Liverpool University students only though.

Joey Zhou

5 Google Rating

I study in this university. It's a very great place.

5/ 5

I study in this university. It's a very great place.

XIAOTING li

5 Google Rating

amazed by the levels!

5/ 5

amazed by the levels!

P Ash

5 Google Rating

The Cohen is the nicest of Liverpool Uni libraries. The best part is the 1st floor large reading roo

5/ 5

The Cohen is the nicest of Liverpool Uni libraries. The best part is the 1st floor large reading room, its beautiful. You feel as though you have stepped back in time. Its an experience and a wonderful place to learn.

Alicja Tymoń - McEwan

5 Google Rating

Some really kind and caring staff! I am genuinely touched

5/ 5

Some really kind and caring staff! I am genuinely touched

Tobio70

5 Google Rating

Great place to have focused study

5/ 5

Great place to have focused study

Darren Webster

1 Google Rating

Just working here not a nice place

1/ 5

Just working here not a nice place

Bagrat Utegenov

5 Google Rating

Very quiet and huge library. A place must be booked few days in advance. Entrance only by student id

5/ 5

Very quiet and huge library. A place must be booked few days in advance. Entrance only by student ids or online QR code. At the entrabce one has to check in and later check out when leaving the place. Mask must be worn at all times, since security is observing through cameras all the time and makes remarks to violators.

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