STUDY360 has come to an end.
Keep an eye out on our website at the start of May and find out at which locations you can study, starting Monday the 11th of May!
Campus National might be a new player in Antwerp’s educational landscape, it’s already a force to be reckoned with. Originally built as a tenement house at the end of the 19th century, it has developed into a versatile, multifunctional building, whilst still retaining that satisfyingly social buzz. It houses a multi-purpose hall, a learning centre and a café. In 2015 the Campus was proclaimed the third most beautiful building in Antwerp and if you’re lucky, the place where you study might just look out onto the magnificent courtyard of the Institute of Tropical Medicine. Studying here nets you the added bonus of a beautiful and inspiring environment.
Kronenburgstraat 62 - 68
03 241 08 06Google Maps
This location will open on 9th of December 2019.
Note: you will download the current opening hours. Please check the website for possible changes in opening hours.
WIFI - Free coffee - Free tea - Free water - Computers - Lockers - Headphones - Relax area - Electrical outlets - apples
Café served by students. Extensive drinkcard in café on studentfriendly prices.
Also snacks and daily a hearty pie from 'Tarte Francoise'!
Refil waterbottles available.
Ask for your favorite song in the café.
All rooms are wheelchair accessible, including the toilets.
Did you pack a homemade lunch? Feel free to grab a seat at the Café of Campus National.De Krokbar Fabiola arranges weakly a ‘Salad in a bowl\’ on 5 euro.
Prefer getting some fresh air? Antwerp’s “Zuid” has so much to offer that the true challenge will be pacing yourself. At midday, you could try Mirlo’s, a hip, brand-new lunch bar, or the delicious vegetarian dishes of De Broers van Julienne. If it’s a sandwich or cup of coffee you’re after, check out the ultimate hipster bar, Vitrin.
Perhaps you’re just looking to stretch your legs? Go for a walk along the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp, the Waterpoort or the “Gedempte Zuiderdokken”. The Chat Le Roi, the Kulminator or one of the plentiful cafés of the Mechelseplein, such as the Kapitein Zeppos or Korsakov, are all perfect places to wind down after a hectic day.
Need more inspiration? At your place of study, you will find the Antwerp Student Guide, which has all the must-know addresses in the area.
There’s a bicycle parking in the campus basement. Your Velostation (072 – Tropisch Instituut) is just around the corner, in the Kronenburgstraat.
Would you rather come by bus or tram? De Lijn’s route planner will help you out. Tram 4 and buses 22, 180, 181, 182 and 183 all have stops nearby the Nationalestraat. Tram 8 and 10 stops at the Leien, halte ‘Kasteelpleinstraat’.