Students accommodations & kots Brussels
The city of Brussels is popular with international companies, conference delegates and tourists for its accessibility and its open and cosmopolitan feel. A real melting pot of cultures, our capital is particularly well known for its creative contribution in various fields: classical music and contemporary dance, jazz, comic books, fashion and graphic arts. Cultural capital in 2000, it is famous for its wealth of museums and noteworthy monuments, from Art Nouveau to highly contemporary architecture, and let's not forget the medieval buildings.
The Generation Campus offer is available in Brussels at the Anderlecht (ULB-Erasme campus) and Woluwe-St-Lambert (UCL-Alma campus) sites.
Campus UCL-ALMA / Woluwe-St-Lambert
Located a stone's throw from Brussels city centre, the Woluwe-St-Lambert campus looks like it's in the country.
On its 52-hectare site including 4 green spaces, academic buildings, clinics, shops and accommodation, it is an amazing village in the middle of the city.
Birthplace of the Saint-Luc university clinics, this site is dedicated to health sciences.
Car-free, it offers the 26,000 people who visit it each day – students, researchers, doctors and clinic patients – a breath of fresh away away from the hustle and bustle of the capital of Europe.
The UCL site has not been left behind when it comes to cultural openness and recreation. The research institutes located there are a draw for researchers from all nationalities. The students build a network of solidarity and activities.
They organise conferences, concerts, exhibitions, etc. And to access all the events in the city centre, you simply take the metro...
Campus ULB-ERASME / Anderlecht
The Erasme Campus (ULB) is located in the southwest corner of Brussels, in the municipality of Anderlecht.
It is home to the Hôpital universitaire Erasme and the University’s health hub, the Faculty of Medicine, the School of Public Health and the Faculty of Motor Sciences.
It is also home to the paramedical (nursing, midwifery, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, podiatry/chiropody) and social (social work, social ecology) departments of the Haute École libre de Bruxelles Ilya Prigogyne as well as the Museum of Medicine and Museum of Anatomy and Human Embryology.
Our Erasme Campus residence forms part of the new "Erasmus Gardens” district located on the edge of the verdant, rolling landscape of Pajottenland.
Often dubbed the Tuscany of the North (with hops and beer in place of wines and wine), this agricultural region with its undulating terrain is particularly fertile.
And just a few short steps away from the residence are the fields and meadows typical of the region, which keen walkers and cyclists will love.
The centre of Brussels, meanwhile, is directly accessible in 15 minutes on metro line 5.