Getting Around FEB

How is FEB’s building organized and where are the classrooms?

 

 Classrooms WEST
(Central Building)

Classrooms EAST
(Eastern part of Central Building)

Classrooms NORTH
(Building B)
Classrooms SOUTH
(Building A)

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 (ground floor)

7, 8 (1st floor)

9 (2nd floor)

10 (3rd floor)

11, 12, 13 (2nd floor)

14 – New  Faculty Council Hall (1st floor)

39, 40, 41 - IT Labs (ground floor)

27, 28 – IT Labs (ground floor, access through The Student Canteen)

15 – Congress Hall (ground floor)

16, 17, 18, 19, 20  (2nd floor EAST)

21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 (3rd floor EAST)

29 (Library)

51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56 – Center for Graduate Study Programmes  (ground floor EAST)


 

34 (1st floor - NORTH)

35 (2nd floor - NORTH)

36 (3rd floor - NORTH)

37 (4th floor - NORTH)

38 (5th floor - NORTH)

SPORTS HALL / GYM

 

30, 31 (3rd floor - SOUTH)

32, 33 (4th floor – SOUTH)

 

 

Where are the teaching staff’s offices?

Teaching staff’s offices are marked by numbers and letters where the letters stand for the parts of the building where the rooms are situated, the first number refers to the number of the floor and the following numbers designate the actual offices. For example, B411 means that the office is situated in the North part of the building – B (see map above), 4 for stands for 4th floor, and 11 is the actual office number.

Note: If an office is not marked by any letters this means that it is located in the Central Building.