How to reach the Brussels Health Campus

Brussels Health Campus
Laarbeeklaan 103
1090 Jette

Our medical campus is located in Jette, next to the University Hospital and surrounded by natural reserves (Laarbeekbos, Poelbos and Moeras van Jette-Ganshoren).

The campus houses the faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy and parts of the faculty of Physical Education and Physiotherapy. There are several facilities for living and studying on campus: students dorms, sporting infrastructure, restaurant, library, study guidance...

The Brussels Health Campus is in full development, with an impact on circulation. Consult the campus map to find your way around the campus.

For everyone's safety, we urge you to respect the traffic rules and not to enter the construction sites.

Finding your way on foot

Consult the campus plan to find your way to and on the Brussels Health Campus on foot.

Take into account the construction site and follow the alternative route to the campus on the southern side (public transport stops UZ-VUB and UZ Brussel)!
You can also reach the VUB campus through the hospital, follow route 1199 from the entrance ‘Consultations’ to the passerelle, linking the hospital and the faculty.
Along the northern side (public transport stop UZ-Pediatrie) there is access to the campus via entrance 1.

By bike

In Brussels you can easily get around by bike, plan your route on bike.brussels!

Get to know the F212 Asse-Brussels bicycle highway! There is a car-free cycle path from Zellik station, along the Research Park Zellik, to the Brussels border (Bosstraat). From here you can branch off to the VUB campus. From station Asse to station Zellik, an alternative route is proposed in anticipation of the bicycle highway.

Spread across the campus you'll find bicycle sheds per cluster of buildings. Staff and students can make use of closed sheds. The VUB also provides possibilities to repair your bike.

At the campus there is a Villo! station (UZ Brussel - n° 320) on the Dikke-Beuklaan to rent a bike, as well as at Jette station (n° 318). There are also other rental and bikesharing systems active in Brussels.

By public transport

The Brussels Health Campus can be reached by train, metro, tram or bus.

By train to Jette station

Plan your train journey via www.nmbs.be. Jette station is served by several trains:

  • IC-26 Kortrijk – Doornik – Aat – Edingen – Halle – Brussel – Jette – Dendermonde – Lokeren – Sint-Niklaas
  • S3 Zottegem – Brussel – Jette – Dendermonde
  • S4 Aalst – Jette – Brussel-Schuman – Etterbeek – Merode - Vilvoorde
  • S10 Aalst – Jette – Brussel – Jette - Dendermonde

From Jette train station you can reach the campus with a 2.5 km green walk through the Koning Boudewijnpark. You can also take MIVB bus 14 (direction Heizel) and 88 (direction UZ-VUB) to the campus.

By train to Brussel-Noord

From Brussel-Noord station, MIVB bus 14 will take you to the campus in about 30 minutes.

By train to Brussel-Zuid

At Brussel-Zuid station, take metro line 2 (direction Simonis) or metro line 6 (direction Koning Boudewijn) to Simonis, change to tram 9 (direction Dikke Beuk) until the UZ Brussel stop.

By train to Vilvoorde station

From the direction of Antwerp and Mechelen you can get off the train in Vilvoorde and take bus 820 from De Lijn (direction UZ Brussel).

By tram or bus

The campus is served by MIVB tram 9 and buses from MIVB and De Lijn, find your itinerary via www.mivb.be or www.delijn.be.

An overview of all lines with stops at the campus:

By car

The Brussels Health Campus can be reached by car via exit 9 of the Ring (R0) around Brussels. Then you can follow the signs to the UZ Brussel and VUB. On campus there is an access system with barriers, register your licence plate in advance to access the campus.

On the campus, the official traffic code and parking regulations apply: make sure you park your car correctly! All information on access and parking.

The campus is located in the low emission zone (LEZ) of the Brussels-Capital Region. If you come by car, you can check here whether you can drive your vehicle in the LEZ. If your vehicle does not meet the LEZ access criteria, you can buy a day pass to enter the Brussels-Capital Region. Vehicles registered abroad are required to register for the LEZ, except for vehicles registered in the Netherlands. Purchasing a day pass or registering a foreign vehicle can be done before entering the LEZ or the day after until midnight.