Current safety measures at our Brussels campus

The terror alarm has been lowered to level 3, and all schools and public transport in Brussels will be functioning normally again. However, the Manhattan Centre together with Vlerick Business School will continue to put safety first by maintaining several extra security measurements at the Brussels Campus.

From Monday 30/11 until Friday 4/12 our campus will have limited opening hours: from 8 am until 10.30 pm.
During the weekend of 5 and 6 December the campus will be closed.

For clients and external visitors the campus will be accessible only via the central reception area at the office tower main entrance. When using the car park visitors will need to go to the ground floor and follow the directions to the office tower entrance, since the campus is not directly accessible via the elevators in the car park.

All people entering our campus other than employees and degree students will only be able to access the campus if they are known to the security of the office tower.

Please go to www.crisiscentrum.be for more information on the safety level in Brussels.

We realise these measures may cause inconvenience, but we insist in putting the safety of our clients, students, executives and staff first!

Thank you very much for your understanding.

Patrick De Greve
General Director
Vlerick Business School

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