5 U-Belt Study Hubs to Visit During Your Hell Week

Dec 6, 2023 0 comments


Recently, a foreign vlogger’s remarks sparked debates online with his criticism of the Filipino cafe culture, expressing disdain for people ordering a cup of coffee and staying on the premises for extended hours to complete academic tasks. But what he doesn’t know is that #thestruggleisreal for students to find the perfect place where they can stir up their productivity to accomplish their schoolworks. 

While some individuals prefer and have the privilege to do their requirements in the comfort of their own homes, others would rather study outdoors to finish their backlogs in time. And for the latter, cross out coffee shops now because here are 5 U-Belt Study Hubs to visit during your next study session or group work:

StudyHaven 

Location: 2nd floor of L.A. Village, 2119 C.M. Recto Avenue, Manila
Business hours: 10AM- 8PM

#NoToProcrastinating ‘coz the OG study lounge, Studyhaven, is just minutes away from 18 universities around Manila! Whether your visit is for meetings, study, or quiet time, they have different zones curated for your needs. When things get a little tough during your cramming sesh, you can take a break with their board games or find the one with their speed dating amenities.

Mind Zone 

Location: Espana branch: Adelina St. cor. Espana Blvd, Manila
Recto Branch: Unit G&H MyZone Building, Recto Avenue, Sampaloc, Manila
Business hours: 8:00 AM- 5:00 AM Daily


For as low as Php 60.00, you can avail hours of uninterrupted productivity here at Mind Zone! Aside from solo, pair, and group seats, they also have phone booths to keep your mind in the zone while you take your call or virtual meetings. Plus, a kitchen pantry with appliances can also be utilized, free of charge! And not just that… its third branch is soon to rise in Tacloban!

Just In Time Study Hub And Coworking Space 

Location: 2nd floor, Mendiola Square Building, 2138 C.M. Recto Ave, Quiapo, Manila
Business Hours: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Daily

If you need a cozy and quiet place to stay while you focus on your upcoming examinations, then Just In Time is the perfect place to go! You can enjoy unlimited access to the internet, coffee, and other refreshments as you work on your goals in peace.

Study Corner Coworking Space

Location: 1943, Road 5, Brgy. 628, Sta. Mesa, Manila
Business Hours: 8:00 AM-9: 00 PM (Mondays-Fridays), 8:00 AM- 8:00 PM (Saturdays & Sundays)


In the midst of the bustling streets of Sta. Mesa, you can find the little sanctuary for students and working adults, Study Corner. Starting at Php 70.00, you can focus and get your academic requirements done, thanks to their fast internet, free beverages, and hints of greenery to soothe your eyes from hours of staring at your devices.

Learner’s Coffee Study Hub

Location: 906 Eloisa St. Espana, Manila
Business Hours: 12:00 PM- 6:00 AM


When you’ve got a group work to accomplish and you can’t agree on a halfway point, then you might want to consider Learner’s Coffee Study Hub. Aside from its open desk area for studying, it also offers a discussion room which includes free use of its projector, whiteboard and markers, and lockers to make sure you'll grab that uno!
 

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