Ghent Campus

Reep 1
9000 Ghent

The campus is open on working days from 08:00 AM till 05:30 PM (on Fridays till 03:30 PM)

Route description to Ghent Campus

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Public transport

Train

From the train stations Ghent Sint-Pieters or Ghent Dampoort you can reach the campus by tram or bus.

Tram or bus

Routeplanner De Lijn 

Gent Sint-Pieters

Tram 2 (platform 20) 

Direction: Melle (15 minutes) 
Stop: Hippolyte Lippensplein

  • Walk via the Vlaanderenstraat, towards the city center 
  • At the Lieven Bauwensplein turn right into the Reep 
  • The campus is on your right 
Tram 1 (platform 2)

Direction: Wondelgem / Evergem (15 to 20 minutes) 
Stop: Korenmarkt

  • Walk along the Emiel Braunplein along the Belfort 
  • Continue straight on via Sint-Baafsplein along the Sint-Baafs cathedral 
  • At the Lieven Bauwensplein turn left into the Reep 
  • The campus is on your right

Ghent Dampoort

Bus 39

Direction: Gent-Blaarmeersen (15 minutes) 
Stop: Duivelsteen 

  • At the Lieven Bauwensplein turn left into the Reep 
  • The School is on your right 
Bus 17

Direction: Drongen station (15 minutes) 
Stop: Duivelsteen

  • At the Lieven Bauwensplein turn left into the Reep 
  • The campus is on your right

By bike

The bicycle parking on the Ghent campus is located in the basement. Via the main entrance Reep 1, you immediately go right just before the stairs. The bicycle cellar is freely accessible from 7:45 am to 9:30 am and from 12:00 to 2:30 pm. From the bicycle cellar you have direct access – via the lounge - to the reception desk.

By car

Due to impactful highway road works, traffic to and from Ghent centre during rush hour can be delayed.
To smoothen your car ride to and from our Ghent campus, we like to suggest checking some traffic info links and smartphone applications.

We hope these can help in optimising your travel time spent.

  • Verkeerscentrum Ghent (Dutch only). On their homepage you can find a banner ‘Routeadvies’ (trip planner).
  • You can find similar info on Touring Mobilis. They also provide this info through a smartphone app.
  • More personal dynamic route suggestions are  provided by the smartphone app like Waze.

Mobility plan city of Ghent 

Coming from Antwerp / Kortrijk

  • Take the E17 to Ghent 
  • Take exit Gent Centrum 
  • Keep left via the viaduct and follow Gent Centrum

Coming from Brussels / Ostend

  • Take the E40 towards Ghent 
  • Take exit Gent Centrum 
  • Keep left via the viaduct and follow Gent Centrum

Parking

Location of car parks and Ghent campus

P2 - Parking Reep

Not all GPS systems take into account the new Ghent circulation plan. We therefore recommend the following route description from the viaduct:

  • Pass two traffic lights 
  • Turn right at the T-junction into the Zuidstationstraat 
  • At the Sint-Annaplein roundabout, take the fourth street on the right: Keizer Karelstraat 
  • Take the fifth street on the left, just before the bridge: Reep 
  • Take the first street on your left: Seminariestraat 
  • The entrance to the parking is on your left

If you prefer not driving into the city centre, you might choose for Parking Zuid.
From the viaduct you can enter the car park directly at the second set of traffic lights.
The Parking Zuid is a 5-minute walk from the campus.

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