Great facilities at a beautiful location!
Our location in Leeuwarden has everything you need. For example, it has an extensive library, several laboratories, technology halls, greenhouses on the roof, an animal shelter and a Grand Café to relax every now and then.
All students will receive a personal e-mail address with which they can log on to one of the many computers inside the building to check study results, schedule changes and other current affairs. Refreshments are available via Cormet Campus Catering.
The school building in Leeuwarden was designed by Atelier PRO, an architectural firm based in The Hague, and was built with high-quality natural materials. The in-house water purification system and the greenhouses on the roof are striking features of the building. The spacious (practice) areas and the substantial amount of natural light make for pleasant study and work conditions in Leeuwarden.
The university is a nine-minute walk from Leeuwarden central station.
Van Hall Larenstein offers extensive library facilities. You can find good and reliable information via the catalogue and in databases. More information on the library is available at service provision.
From now on, there is one go-to point within Van Hall Larenstein for any questions regarding the broad field of copyright – this is the information point for copyright.
It is often difficult to seek and find good information. Many students and members of staff can also use help in the processing of this information. You can find more information on this on the Library page.
Accommodation for horses
Would you like to have your horse nearby during your studies?
There are a number of horse lodgings in the vicinity of Leeuwarden:
Piter Rindertsreedsje 16
9057 LH Jelsum
Phone: +31 (0)58 257 22 00
Alternatively, you can put a note on the notice board in the hall at Van Hall Larenstein.
Renovation: modern and sustainable
The location in Leeuwarden underwent a major renovation in the summer of 2016. You can view the renovation works and the result in this video: