Campus Sint-Amandsberg houses the Bachelor programmes of Preschool Education and Early Childhood Education. Around 1,000 students attend classes here.

The city centre of Ghent is expecting nearly 80,000 students in the coming weeks. Therefore, starting Monday 7 September, the obligation to wear a face mask will be expanded to the student district. Wearing a mask will be mandatory for everyone aged 12 years or older in the Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat – Overpoort axis and adjacent streets. On top of that, the city calls on everyone to wear a face mask in other busy areas. That way, we continue to protect ourselves and others against the virus.


J. Gerardstraat 18
9040 Sint-Amandsberg (Ghent)


☎ 09 234 88 00


On foot

You walk about ten minutes from Gent-Dampoort station to our campus.

By public transport

When leaving Gent-Sint-Pieters station, take bus 70, 71, 72, 76 or 77 to the stop ‘Sint-Amandsberg Dienstencentrum’.

At Gent-Dampoort station, you can also take bus 38 or 39, in addition to the same buses as at Gent-Sint-Pieters station.

By car

  • From Kortrijk and Deinze:
    Take the E17 towards Gent-Zeehaven. Beyond Gentbrugge, take the R4, the large ring road around Ghent, still towards Gent-Zeehaven. Take the exit to Oostakker and then follow the signposts ‘Sint-Amandsberg’ to the centre.
  • From Antwerp, Sint-Niklaas, Lokeren, Zele and Dendermonde:
    Take the E17 towards Ghent. A few kilometres after the exit to Lochristi, turn right onto the R4 towards Gent-Zeehaven until the exit to Oostakker. From there, follow the signs ‘Sint-Amandsberg’ to the centre.
  • From Brussels, Aalst and Wetteren:
    Take the E40 until the exit to Merelbeke. Then, turn right and take the R4 towards Gent-Zeehaven. Take the exit to Oostakker and then follow the signs ‘Sint-Amandsberg’ to the centre.


  • Aula
  • Inner garden
  • Library
  • Soup and bread at preferential prices
  • WiFi