ULB follows the instructions of the National Security Council and invites all members of the university community to follow these instructions in a scrupulous and responsible manner. The measures specific to ULB remain in force but are regularly re-evaluated.



To protect yourself and others, respect the sanitary measures and keep your distance.

If you are or feel ill, stay home.

Wash your hands regularly.

Keep a minimum distance of 1.50m (5 feet) between people.

Wearing a mask is mandatory.

Respect the flow of traffic on campus, keep to the right and follow the entrance and exit signs

Stay in the same area in the auditoriums and classrooms.


Disinfect your work surfaces before and after use.

Clean your equipment regularly.

If you test positive for Covid, report it to covid@ulb.be


Practical information

General info



Thank you to our visitors for respecting the sanitary instructions in force on campus:

  • Wearing a mask is mandatory
  • Physical distance
  • Hand cleaning

Consult the practical information available on this page about the services offered to the general public and institutional and cultural events.

Practical information

Get in touch with ULB services

Please communicate by way of an email. 
Use the search tool, 'directory' option to find your correspondent.


Our libraries are open. Please check rules and opening hours on the dedicated webpage.  


The University’s restaurants are closed.


All ULB Sports activities are suspended. 

ULB Medical services

The Medical Service of the Solbosch campus is open by appointment only and under certain conditions.

Before going to the Medical Service, please note that:
  • you must make an appointment by telephone only (02 650 29 29, Monday to Friday, from 9 AM to 4 PM). No access will be allowed without an appointment;
  • you must go into the consultation alone;
  • you must wear a mask to enter the building;
  • if you present COVID-19 symptoms, you will not be admitted in the waiting room. You will be able to contact a general practitioner during his consultation hours (call 02 650 29 29).
Sanitary measures will be put in place in the building (regular cleaning of the premises, systematic disinfection of equipment and furniture, etc.).

Outside calling hours, three useful numbers are available:
  • On-call GPs in Brussels: 02 201 22 22
  • On-call GPs: 1733 (more info: www.1733.be)
  • FPS Health: 0800 14 689

Partner universities

    Incoming students : We invite INcoming students to prepare for their stay, while remaining cautious, and not incurring any costs or signing any contracts before the possibility of a stay is confirmed.
  • Teaching arrangements: 
  • All theory and assessment courses will be taught only at a distance, including those of BA1. Active learning activities that cannot be held at a distance may be held in the classroom, subject to strict compliance with health standards. In this context, we understand that some of your students may wish to cancel their stay or postpone it to the second semester of the year 2020-21. If this is the case, please inform us via the usual nomination contacts. These arrangements may change according to the instructions of the Belgian Federal and Regional authorities. 
Updated on March 5, 2021