Studentlife on campus Brussels
Read more about the cultural activities of campus Brussels here.
Sound of sprouts: the music competition for students in Brussels!
Sound of Sprouts is a music competition for Brussels students. All styles are welcome: from pop to rock and from hip-hop to reggae.
Only condition for participation: at least one of your band members is currently studying at VUB, EhB or a Brussels campus of Odisee, LUCA or KU Leuven.
Via vi.be, the organisation selects 6 artists who can perform in two semi-finals. A professional jury will then select 4 artists for the final during the Brussel Brost festival.
What can you win in the final?
- A spot on the line-up of Brussel Brost festival.
- Recording time in a professional studio
- A chance to play at a Stoemp! Brussels Café Concert
Student associations & societies
Campus Brussels is home to more than 30 student associations & societies.
Interested in giving your student life a bit more color and joining one of the student associations? Check out the overview with information about the associations and a link to their website.
Applications for recognition, funding and the corresponding regulations for student clubs should be requested from STUVO.
Corporate Women Association (CWA)
BASS (Brussels Arab Student Society)
SASS (South Asian Student Society)
GG Campus Brussels (gaming club)
Discover culture in Brussels
Concerts - Expo - Lectures
The Bourse theatre in Brussels is a multidisciplinary arts centre. It hosts theatre performances, films, concerts, exhibitions, debates and lectures. The Beursschouwburg is known as a house that offers young and innovative artists a platform. You'll find the big names of tomorrow here. You can make a lot of discoveries, at a low price and in a nice atmosphere.
|AB - Ancienne Belgique||The AB is the music temple of Brussels. Famous national and international bands are always programmed here.|
|Botanique||Mythical concert hall and exhibition space in the heart of Brussels.|
|Recyclart||Arts centre (website Dutch/French only) with an 'underground' programming. The centre is literally situated under a train station. On the agenda: concerts, parties, expos, films...|
|De Vaartkapoen||VK concerts (website Dutch/French only) focuses on the following music genres: garage rock, punk, reggae, dub, ragga, hip hop, electronica, metal and experimental music. In all these genres they want to offer upcoming international and local talent a first medium-sized stage in Belgium.|
|Cirque Royal||This former circus (website Dutch/French only) is probably one of the cosiest halls in Brussels. Botanique regularly organises concerts here, but there are also dance spectacles and shows from time to time which are enjoyed by young and old alike.|
Brusselsmuseums.be publishes information on over 100 museums in Brussels.
Some museums are free (always) or free on certain days. Definitely worth a visit!
|KVS||As Brussels city theatre, KVS chooses to be a platform for a wide range of voices and stories from the multilingual and super-diverse capital of Belgium and Europe.|
|Kaaitheater||The Kaaitheater arts centre presents theatre, dance and concerts, with a strong emphasis on innovative work. Much attention is devoted to setting up its own productions and co-productions, with artists and groups from Belgium and abroad.|
|De Munt||The Royal Monnaie Theatre in Brussels, usually referred to simply as La Monnaie, is a concert hall for opera, ballet and classical music.|
Cinenews.be lists the cinemas and film programmes in Brussels.
An overview of the most popular clubs and party venues in Brussels:
Fuse, Mirano, Bloody Louis, C12