ULB Culture

ULB Culture plans, hosts and supports cultural events on ULB’s main campuses: exhibitions, plays, concerts, films, etc. It also offers various cultural workshops, allowing students to join a choir or an orchestra, or to take part in world music, theatre, film, and musical creation. The association rents out or offers cultural venues (the Delvaux hall and the rehearsal hall), and manages the University’s main exhibition room, the Allende hall.

Through ULB Culture’s cultural partnerships, members of the university community can take advantage of discounts all year long. If you sign up for the ULB Culture newsletter, you may take part in contests with free tickets given out each month!

Discover the cultural news and events at ULB (in French)

Contact

Service ULB Culture Tel.: 02 650 2157 culture@ulb.ac.be Département des services à la communauté
Campus du Solbosch - CP 166/02

The ULB Museum Network

The ULB Museum Network includes over 10 University museums and collections, spread out over four campuses in Brussels (Auderghem, Erasmus, La Plaine, Solbosch) and two locations in Wallonia (Charleroi-Parentville, Treignes). The Network publishes three issues of its newsletter every year, which can be found on its webpage along with all information related to its members’ activities and its own.

Read more on the ULB museum network's website (in French)

PointCulture ULB

Located at the heart of the Solbosch campus, PointCulture ULB is the place to be for lovers of music, films, and video games. New events are held every week in a friendly environment: concerts, music sessions, talks, exhibitions, screenings, etc. In other words, a place to fully experience culture! Free registration with a valid ID card and student card.

Adress & contact

Solbosch campus – Building U
Phone: +32 2 737 19 61
ulb@pointculture.be
Read more: pointculture.be/ulb (in french)

Student societies and associations

With student initiation ceremonies, conferences, charity projects, film screenings, or other activities, student societies and associations are an essential part of University life. Student traditions are often fun, and never mandatory. More than 80 student societies and associations (gathering students from one or several faculties or according to their political affiliation, their country of origin, or their socio-cultural interests) are currently registered with the University’s Board of Governors.

You will surely be contacted by one of these societies during your studies: it’s up to you whether you join!

Updated on March 12, 2019