The centrepiece of the new campus: a new building
At the cutting edge of technology, this new building has been designed as a living and generous place, made up of meeting and exchange places. Students and teachers will be able to count on a very large convivial space on the south side, divided into smaller work or relaxation areas. Flexible and adaptable, this type of configuration favours new forms of work organization (NWoW) and teaching (NWoL).
The campus in pictures
- A campus where it is pleasant to work, live and learn
- Collaborative and brainstorming spaces
- Bubbles: silent and studious alcoves
- Modular classrooms
- Coffee corners on each floor
- A lounge area opening onto a large wooden terrace with a panoramic view of the city
- A wellness room with self-massaging chairs, meditation and yoga areas
A sustainable campus
The new campus is also an opportunity to be part of a sustainable development perspective.
Objective: To reduce the impact of the building on its environment while improving the quality of life of students and members of HEC Liège.
- Use of raw and healthy materials
- Radiant heating
- Air quality sensors
- Rainwater harvesting
- Bicycle parking with more than 50 spaces
The purchase of a joint site
In addition to the current premises and the future new building, HEC Liège has acquired the land adjoining the current building. The space dedicated to the future campus is thus significantly expanded. This unique opportunity also means the acquisition of the Sainte Julienne building, which will be renovated.
A new campus for a bigger impact !
And what would a campus be without green spaces in which to stroll and rest? The renovation work will be carried out with a view to maintaining as much greenery and many trees as possible. A campus where life is good!
A partnership with workshop 229
To meet the ambitions of this beautiful project, HEC Liège has teamed up with the Brussels architectural firm Atelier 229. Atelier 229 is known for its achievements in the world of education and for international projects such as the construction of the Belgian Embassy & Diplomatic Compound in Islamabad, Pakistan.
HEC Liège in facts and figures:
- 2,900 students, nearly 32% of whom are international students
- 14,500 graduates
- 318 staff members including 105 academics
- Numerous study programs from Bachelor to PhD degrees, various specializations, transdisciplinary programs, double degrees, complementary Masters in staggered hours as well as an international Executive MBA
- 257,971 hours of Executive Education in 2018
- 110 partner companies of the School
- A multilingual approach
- An international network of 145 partner universities
- Training offered in Asia