The Diepenbeek Campus is a day campus. This means that students can make use of various rooms to study in. In addition, students can study in all classrooms, provided that the room is not scheduled for instruction.
- +350 workplaces, 11 cubicles and 10 group work rooms in the library
The new Campus library is a pleasant and inspiring learning environment: an oasis of light and rest in a modern but also cosy setting. The library counts more than 350 workplaces (with at least one power plug point per workplace) divided over three noise zones: a group work zone, a whisper zone and an absolute silence zone. In the whisper zone there are 11 cubicles. The group work zone has 6 open and 4 closed group work rooms. Quiet conversation is allowed in these areas. The closed group work rooms can be booked via this link.
- free study rooms in Block D
In Block D there are two rooms in which students can study quietly.
- Free biology laboratory space
Biology students can use their own workspace (G21) when the room is not scheduled for instruction. They are assigned their own locker in which they can store all materials (microscope, prepared samples, etc.) which are needed for practical exercises.
- anatomy classrooms
In anatomy classrooms G63 and G65, Medicine and Biomedical Sciences students can view and study X-rays, computer-assisted microscopy images and prepared samples.
- computer rooms