Location: Naamsestraat 22, 3000 Leuven, Belgium
How to reach the PhD Job Fair?
The bus will take you wherever you want to go in and around Leuven.
For all information about timetables, bus lines and tickets: www.delijn.be
Buses that stop near the fair: 1 and 2.
Leuven is an important hub in the Belgian railway network. From Leuven station, there are connections to every other major Belgian train station. The train station is conveniently located at the edge of the city centre. Most university buildings in the city center are located at walking distance from the railway station (max. 2 km); almost all buses in and around Leuven stop at the railway station and pass through the city centre.
All information, such as travel formulas, the best connections and itineraries can be found online: www.belgianrail.be
Brussels National Airport
Brussels National Airport is located in Zaventem, between Leuven and Brussels. Travelling to and from the airport is easy by train, bus or car. More info: www.brusselsairport.be
Brussels South Charleroi Airport
Brussels South Airport is located in Charleroi, 84km from Leuven. Travelling to and from the airport is simple by train and bus, or car. There is no direct train from the airport. More info: www.charleroi-airport.com
Leuven is situated on the important Ostend-Brussels-Leuven-Liège-Cologne axis and is located near the junction of two important motorways: E 40 and E 314. However, cars are not a convenient mode of transport in the centre of Leuven. Due to many one-way roads, driving is slow and difficult. Within Leuven, walking and cycling are the easiest, cheapest and most convenient ways to travel. Leuven and it’s suburbs are very accessible by bus. Our advice is to keep your car out of the city.