Located in a green environment adapted to its vocation, the Arlon campus is an ideal location to develop its knowledge and skills in environmental science.
he campus of Arlon is located in the south of Belgium, in the centre of the city of Arlon (30,000 inhabitants), the chief town of the province of Luxembourg. Arlon enjoys a strategic position in the heart of the Greater Region, 130 km from Liège, a stone's throw from the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg (less than 30 km from Luxembourg City), France (90 km from Metz), and 75 km from Trier in Germany. The University of Liège has installed its Department of Environmental Science and Management (Faculty of Sciences).
The campus covers an area of more than 3 hectares in the heart of the city of Arlon. Powered by solar technologies, the buildings are part of a green setting close to the city centre. The campus has a wooden laboratory building, the Jacques Geelen building, entirely dedicated to the experimentation of energy systems.
On a human scale, the campus of Arlon is very friendly and welcomes students from diverse backgrounds, both in their training and their countries of origin. This great cultural diversity is one of the strengths of the campus and regularly brings together students around inter-cultural evenings organised by the Circle of Environmental Students of the Arlon Campus (CEECA).
A few key figures...
The campus of Arlon Environment of the University of Liège exists since 1971 and includes: