Directions to the Brussels Health Campus

Brussels Health Campus

Laarbeeklaan 103
1090 Brussel
Tel. 02 477 41 02
e-mail: info@vub.be

Aka the ‘medical’ campus. Houses the Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy. But also education and research facilities for the faculty of Physical Education and Psysiotherapy. The University Hospital and the forest of Laarbeek  are just a stone's throw away. All facilties for live and study are available: sporting facilities, student restaurant, student housing, library and Study Guidance Center.

We are building a state-of-the-art medical infrastructure. The former access to the faculty and kindergarden will be closed for all traffic from September, 9th  onwards. We apologize for this inconvenience.

Please do respect all signposts and do never enter the construction area!



Finding your way on foot

Pedestrians arriving on campus can access the faculty and kindergarden via a new access route. You can walk trough the UZ Brussel, via the entrance ‘Consultaties’ via route 1199 towards the Passerelle, linking the hospital and the faculty. Alternatively, you can walk via parking 3 and 4.


By bike

In Brussels, a bike is often the quickest way for your trip. On campus, you can park your bike underground in parking B and K, at major building accesses, you’ll find public bike racks.

All cycling info: https://student.vub.be/en/mobility/i-bike#cycling-to-the-vub

Flat tires: A pump can be found at building A and at the faculty sercretary.

By public transport

Accessibily to Brussels Health Campus by public transport is improving quickly. The trainstation in Jette has a lot of direct S-lines to the Brussels surrounding cities and 3 direct lines/h to the Brussels-North, Central and Midi station. Check the travelplanner www.nmbs.be.

  • Tram 9 connects the campus quickly with the metro at Simonis. Bus 14 is connecting both Brussels-North and Jette Station to the campus. When arriving at Central or Midi Station, the metro brings you to Simonis/Elisabeth to tram 9, which brings you to the campus. Check the metro, tram and bus access in Brussels via www.mivb.be
  • ‘De Lijn’ provides via line 245 and 820 a connection towards nearby cities in Flanders. Check www.delijn.be

By car

The campus is located next to exit 9 of the Ring (R0).

The Brussels Region is alow-emission-zone (LEZ). Check here if you can access the region by car: https://lez.brussels/en/content/affected-vehicles . If your vehicle is registered abroad, you need to register it before travelling to Brussels. This can be done online: https://lez.brussels/en/content/registration


all info here