Portal for

    OFFICE 365

    Office 365 offers you the ability to use the various Office applications (word, excel, outlook, etc.) both online and offline. This means that, thanks to Onedrive and Skype, you can share and edit documents wherever and whenever, with anyone.


    • You can view and edit your documents at any time on any mobile device.
    • 1 terrabyte storage + permanent backup in the cloud.
    • Easily share and collaborate documents through Onedrive and Skype for business.
    • You can download the office package for free 5 times once you have access to your Office 365 account.

    When do you get access to Office 365?

    Current students

    Students who were already a VUB student at the previous academic year retain their access.

    New VUB students

    On Wednesday, the week after your enrolment, new VUB students will be able to access Office 365:


    • If you enrolled between 31 August and 17 September your Office 365 account will be activated 20 September
    • If you'll enrol between 18 and 25 September your Office 365 account will be activated 27 September

    How do you log in to Office 365

    Go to portal.office.com and log in with your new VUB email address (firstname.lastname@vub.be) + password.

    Where can you find help with Office 365?

    Didn't find the answer you were looking for?

    Ask the ICT Helpdesk


    Student SelfService is the administration tool where you as a student can manage and supervise your personal administration.

    How to log in?

    Go to student.cumulus.vub.ac.be and log in with your VUB netID + password.

    If you do not have NetID yet, use the email address and password you used during your online registration.

    Need help?

    Check out the FAQs or send an e-mail to studentenadministratie@vub.ac.be

    Didn't find the answer you were looking for?

    Ask the student administration


    PointCarré is the digital learning platform of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Here, professors publish messages and study material and you can communicate with fellow students and professors.

    Course space

    The day after you register your courses via the Student SelfService, you will see the boxes appear on PointCarré. You can then check by subject, whether there are posts, and whether the new course material is available.

    Not all courses registered yet?

    If your courses are not registered yet, you can check the course space and subscribe for the courses. So, while you are waiting for your courses to be registered, you can already have access to the course material and the announcements.

    CAUTION: Subscribing to a course only on Pointcarré does not mean that your courses are registered officially. You can only register your courses officially on the Student SelfService!

    How to log in?

    Go to pointcarre.vub.ac.be and log in with your NetID and password.

    Need help?

    • Watch the video "How do I get started with PointCarré?"
    • Read the brochure.
    • Go to pointcarre.vub.ac.be where you can find the manual and frequently asked questions under the menu item "Help".

    Didn't find the answer you were looking for?

    Ask the ICT Helpdesk


    In the phone book you can look up the contact information of assistants, professors and other VUB staff members.

    Go to the VUB Phone Book page, search by name or unit and click "search".

    TIP: You can also search for "(space)first name" when you do not know the last name.

    Didn't find the answer you were looking for?

    Ask the ICT Helpdesk

    My Timetable

    My Timetable is the new timetable app.

    What is My Timetable?

    Via My Timetable you can easily compile a personal timetable. You can view your timetable with the app or synchronize with your calendar.

    How to log on to My Timetable?

    Visit https://mytimetable.vub.be/ and log on by using your new email address firstname.lastname[a]vub.be + password.

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