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    Find your student organisation

    A great way to meet new people and to improve your interests and skills. With more than 50 student organizations, be sure to find your match! Have a look at the organisations per faculty, region, interest and for international students.

    Officially recognised organisations

    On the BSG website you can find a complete list of organisations that are officially recognised by the student council as VUB student organisations.

    List of officially recognised student organisations of VUB

    BSG website

    Brussels Studenten Genootschap

    The student organisation BSG (Brussels Studenten Genootschap) is the coordinating organ of student societies. It represents the VUB societies vis-a-vis the academic government and improves a smooth two-way communication with the university.

    BSG is also in charge of the distribution of subventions, decided by the student council. They manage several facilities (including the BSG student party hall) to support the student organisations of VUB en organise some major student folklore events (including Saint-Vé, Vrijzinnig Zangfeest, mass cantus, opening party, end party).

    An overview of all officially recognised student societies, activities, BSG services and regulations can be found on the BSG website (only in Dutch).

    Pleinlaan 2, bus BSG, 1050 Elsene (Brussel)
    bsggtgv@gmail.com
    www.bsggtgv.be
    www.facebook.com/BSGgtgv

    Vrij onderzoek - Free inquiry

    Vrij onderzoek or "VO" is a student organisation that cherishes and challenges one of the basic principles of the VUB: free inquiry.

    They do so in various ways: lectures, debates, movie nights, ... all VUB-students are welcome to participate in the core values of the university. 

    During the academic year they meet every Monday at 8 PM.

    Triomflaan 35 (above the OSD), 1160 Oudergem-Brussel
    stkvo@vub.ac.be
    www.facebook.com/vrijonderzoek 

    de Moeial

    De Moeial is the independent student magazine. Our student press reports about campus life from a critical point-of-view.

    Every month the magazine is distributed for free on campus Etterbeek and Jette. The articles are also available online.

    The redaction is made up entirely by students and they are always looking for people to join their team. Are you interested in writing, photography or curious what it takes to create a magazine? Feel free to join the redaction meetings on Wednesday.

    Triomflaan 35, 1160 Oudergem-Brussel
    redactie@demoeial.be
    www.demoeial.be
    www.facebook.com/deMoeial

    ESN VUB EHB

    The Erasmus Student Network division of VUB and EhB plays a crucial role in the university's welcome programme for international students.

    Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is one of the largest international student organisations in Europe and have their headquarters right here in Brussels. As a non-profit international student organisation, their purpose is to represent international students by providing opportunities for cultural understanding and self-development under the principle of Students Helping Students. ESN works to improve the exchange experience and to promote conditions for present and future exchange students.

    They organise a lot of activities and work together with IRMO for the buddy program

    For detailed information and latest news visit www.esnvubehb.org

    If you are interested in other international student organisations at the VUB, you can find them here