Studying on campus

Wageningen Campus has everything to provide you with a fantastic university experience. The 10.000 students from more than 100 countries are taught by inspirational lecturers and have access to top-quality educational facilities, hi-tech laboratories and an enormous library. The campus also has ample social and leisure opportunities.

  • Forum


  • Orion - the Spot

    Orion - the Spot

  • Leeuwenborch


  • Orion - Lecture room

    Orion - Lecture room

  • Forum - Grand café

    Forum - Grand café



In Forum you will find the Library, the Wageningen University shop and Wageningen In'to Languages. For questions about your application, admission, tuition and housing, visit the Student Service Centre in Forum.


Orion is a building on the campus, which opened September 2013. Orion is the most energy-efficient building on the Wageningen Campus. There is space for 2600 students and on the ground floor you can eat and drink in student café the Spot.
De Leeuwenborch

De Leeuwenborch

The Leeuwenborch is a recently renovated building on the south side of Wageningen Campus. Here you will find a large array of teaching facilities and catering establishments, as well as a small study-library.


The Library is an inspiring place to study, whether alone or in groups and is open seven days a week. There is a vast collection of (online) scientific resources which you can use throughout your studies.
The Spot, Orion

Food and drinks

There are several places on the campus to enjoy a cup of coffee or a delicious and affordable lunch with fellow students, such as the Grand Café in Forum, de Spot in Orion and de canteen in de Leeuwenborch. You can also have lunch in the Restaurant of the Future.

Sports Centre de Bongerd

On the campus, you can participate in sports ranging from rugby and water polo to tampon hockey and athletics seven days a week. With more than 60 sports on offer, there is always something that you like doing!

Culture and leisure

Impulse is the stage on the campus for performing artists. Stimulating debates, art projects, lectures and concerts are organised on a regular basis.