UBI Brussels Health and Safety

We want you to be safe and healthy throughout your studies at UBI. 

In case of any health and safety related issues including any specific medical conditions, here are some useful contact details:


  • Ambulance/Emergencies: 100/112

  • Fire: 100

  • Police: 101

The nearest hospital to UBI - Hopital St Pierre

Main entrance: 105, rue aux Laines, 1000 Bruxelles

Emergency entrance: 290, rue Haute, 1000 Bruxelles

Doctor Emergency Service Brussels: 02 479 18 18

Dentist Emergency Service Brussels: 02 426 10 26

Pharmacist Emergency Service: 0903 99 000 or pharmacie.be

General and Medical Services:

Community Help Services:

  • Mental Health: 02 647 67 80

  • Confidential (anonymous): 02 648 40 14

Belgian Red Cross: 105

Anti Poison Centre: 070 245 245

Serious Burns Unit: 02 268 62 00

Cancer Helpline: 0800 15 800

Aids Helpline: 02 511 45 29

Child Focus: 116 000

If you are having any problems or issues, do not hesitate to speak to any school faculties. We will gladly point you in the right direction on where to get help.

Information about the coronavirus 

Feb 2021

UBI Brussels is carefully monitoring the latest developments, safety advice, and alerts regarding the outbreak of coronavirus disease  (COVID-19). We are following the recommendations and instructions of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Belgium Health authorities. We are regularly checking updates from both institutions to inform our community if the situation within Belgium or Brussels changes.

We kindly request all UBI staff members, teaching faculties and students to follow the prevention recommendations of the WHO and to thoroughly inform themselves when planning a trip. Please update yourself on the latest developments, safety, and travel advisories and recommendations related to the coronavirus.

UBI Brussels lectures will be delivered through our online education channels from 16th March and until further notice to the contrary.

We are very pleased to announce that in light of the new governmental regulations, UBI has decided to re-open its Brussels campus a few days a week in order to begin the process of transitioning back to a ‘normal’ administrative routine. Although the entire team will not return at the same time, there will often be someone on the premises to speak with you, should you need it. Please also read our Information and Update page.