The University of Arts has studios for each class of students, designed for every program, furnished with equipment specific for each graduate or undergraduate program.
- 6 Acting studios
- 2 Directing studios
- 2 Choreography studios
- 1 Stage design studio
- 2 Music studios
- 2 Multimedia studios
The Library of the University of Arts is a specialized library (theatre, music, choreography and multimedia), and is financed from the university's budget. Students, teaching staff, specialists from various fields of activity within the university, associated teaching staff, specialist staff from the National Theater and the "Ariel" Theater benefit from the library's services. Readers will be able to use the entire documentary heritage, regardless of the format in which it was published.
The Library of the University of Arts is an integral part of the national higher education system and participates in the process of instruction, training and education, as well as in scientific research.
The Library of the University of Arts develops specialized collections of publications of an artistic, philosophical, aesthetic, literary character, and of high cultural value, from the country and abroad, on all categories of documentary media, in accordance with the educational and research programs.
The documentary heritage includes: books, serial publications, printed music documents, audiovisual documents, photographic documents, multiplied documents, other categories of documents (posters, program booklets).
The collections of the University of Arts Library are established and developed through acquisition, transfer, national and international interlibrary exchange, donations, sponsorships. The total number of titles, volumes is 41,895 titles (at the end of 2011).
Spaces for readers: a reading room with 24 seats
Catalogs: General, specialized and online catalogs
Study in the reading room: free access to the shelf for periodicals only
Home Loan: Users can only borrow books: VHS tapes, DVDs and CDs are borrowed for 48 hours.
Interlibrary loan: national and international
Copy: can be requested as needed
Internet access: computers, wireless throughout the library
The book fund (39,745 titles)
Magazine fund (2,150 titles)
The audio-visual fund (discs, sheet music, tapes: 928; VHS videotapes: 935; audiotapes: 21; CD-ROMs: 208; DVDs: 110)
Collection of Dissertations
The collection of posters and program booklets
The music department of the University of Arts is located in a historical house, close to the main building of the University.
The building is on the list of the oldest residential houses in the city, built in the 17th century, it was "baptized" as early as the 1600s as "The Executioner's House", following a confusion among the laymen, and for this reason around this construction a legend combined with truth was created.
The legend has spread over time that, in that house it is said that whole generations of executioners lived. The house was built by Tolnai Janos, who was a judge or prothonotary, as he was called at the time, and since people did not correctly understand the name of the position that the judge held, he was nicknamed "the executioner", and the house where he lived received obviously the name "The Executioner's House".
Since 2005 The University of Arts was granted the use of the location for the course of the Music Department.
The University of Arts has two students dormitories. The building located in Strada F. J. Curie, no. 28/A has 11 rooms with two, three and four beds, equipped with TV, refrigerator, computer connected to the Internet. The kitchen and laundry are located in the basement of the building.
In the courtyard of the central building in Köteles Sámuel street there is another building with 4 rooms with two, three and four beds, equipped with TV, refrigerator, computer connected to the Internet.