Katholieke Universiteit Leuven Campus Kortrijk - Buildings

Buildings

The Kortrijk University Campus is located in the Hoog-Kortrijk area, in the 'Etienne Sabbelaan'. The campus consists of several buildings, which are all connected with the 'Spina'.

  • The Spina is a 120-metre-long volume which connects all faculties.
  • Building A
    • Faculty of Arts
    • Faculty of Law
    • Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences
    • Campus Library
    • Student Administration
    • Central hal
    • Faculty of Science
    • Rectorat
    • 'Impulscentrum voor Onderwijsvernieuwing'
  • Building B
    • Faculty Business and Economics
    • Postacademic Education (PAV)
    • Welcome Desk
  • Building C
    • Faculty Educational Science (Onderwijskunde)
    • Interdisciplinary Research Centrum
  • Building D (2005)
    • Educational Sciences
  • Building E
    • Medicine
  • Students centre
    • Students House with restaurant, 'Fakkot'...
    • Club

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