There are charges for interlibrary loan requests, these can be paid in the following ways.

ALL REQUESTS COST £6

MBS Staff & Students

Staff: account code or cash.
Students: cash/cheque or account code if appropriate.
PhD Student: account code or cash/cheque payment.
Other: cash/cheque payment.

All cash or cheques payments must be made at the time of placing the request.

If applying online and paying by account code please write the code, in capitals, in the box that says ILL FUND CODE.

Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education

Staff: account code or cash.
Students: cash/cheque or account code if appropriate.
PhD Student: account code or cash/cheque payment.
Other: cash/cheque payment.

Post Reg Nursing students: Post reg students who are on the NHS staff payroll of the Trusts stated in column headed "NHS staff", qualify for 10 funded ILLs by using their NHS Library card. If not on the payroll, payment is by cash/cheque.

All cash or cheques payments must be made at the time of placing the request.

If applying online and paying by account code please write the code, in capitals, in the box that says ILL FUND CODE.

NHS staff

NHS Trusts: Members of the following Trusts are funded for 10 interloans per year (Aug-July):
St George's Healthcare Trust,
South West London & St George's Mental Health Trust, Community Service Wandsworth (formally part of SW London Community Trust), South West London Strategic Health Authority
Psychiatric Rotation: same entitlements as NHS Trusts.

Further requests must be funded by an account code or cash/cheque payment.

Other: cash/cheque payment.

All cash or cheques payments must be made at the time of placing the request.

If applying online and paying by account code please write the code, in capitals, in the box that says ILL FUND CODE.


Last Updated: Tuesday, 17 May 2016 16:42

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