Push your thinking further in one of Europe’s most innovative cities
When you come to our Leuven campus, you might find it feels more like a home than a place of learning. It’s cosy, peaceful – and our smallest campus. Which means you’ll have lots of opportunities to get to know other students and participants. The city is home to KU Leuven and there’s a lively student vibe – with shops, restaurants and cultural sites.
Even when your classes are done for the day, you might find yourself wanting to stay on campus – because there are so many great spaces to study. From glass-walled breakout rooms for individual or group work to standing desks, there’s a spot for everyone. And of course, if you have any questions about your programme – or anything else – then our Masters and MBA office door is always open.
If you’re looking for inspiration or just want to take a breather, head to the rooftop terrace. Great for outdoor studying, an al fresco lunch or a quick game of table tennis, the rooftop is the perfect place to rest and recharge. And if you really want to get closer to nature, there’s a beautiful green park just across the street. If it’s raining, don’t worry – there’s plenty of space to relax inside, and we even have table football.
Leuven feels more like a village than a city – so you’ll learn to find your way around pretty quickly. It’s also home to KU Leuven’s 60,000 students – so there are always new people to connect with and plenty of facilities to enjoy. Then when it’s time to meet up with your new friends, head to the famous Old Market, a collection of student bars and terraces that open into the small hours. There are plenty of places to party in Leuven!
Monday to Thursday: 8 AM – 6 PM
Friday: 8 AM – 3.30 PM
Adjusted opening hours in July and August: Tuesdays from 9-12 AM and 1-5 PM
We’ve listed these hotels in order of walking distance from campus:
Tafelrond – The Fourth