Pop-up Study Spaces

A number of Study Spaces have been opened for students who really need a quiet place to study. However, places are limited.

Brik Study Spaces

Do you want to know if you are eligible? Then check this checklist.

  • You are a student at one of the Dutch-speaking higher education institutions in Brussels (VUB, EhB, Odisee, LUCA School of Arts or KU Leuven Campussen Brussel).
  • You currently reside in the Brussels-Capital Region.
  • You don’t have a quiet space or stable internet at home to take your online lessons or study.

For those who do not qualify for a place now, be patient. When the study period starts, many more locations will open and there will be room for everyone.

1. Roadmap

  1. Check whether you meet the conditions that you can read above.
  2. Check the overview of the different locations and determine where you prefer to study.
  3. Determine which days you need a place to study. Last minute reservations are not possible! Reserve your seat at least two days in advance and (if desired) for several days at once.
  4. Send a whatsapp message to 0471 01 07 34, stating your name and institution at which you are studying. Applications are only processed on weekdays between 9am and 5pm. We do not answer calls.
  5. Wait for a confirmation message.

2. Overview locations

Before you reserve a place, check which Study Space suits you best. Here you will find the necessary information per location.

Pop-up Study Space fully booked until December 4th!
View the locations

3. Rules

  • You ALWAYS wear a mask.
  • You don’t move tables or chairs.
  • You always work individually.
  • You leave your workplace as you found it.

Other places to study


You can study in this library from Monday to Saturday. Reserve your spot below.

Book a place

On the campus

Study places are provided on various campuses. If this is the case at your campus, you can request a place through your student service or student psychologist.

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