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LSP4Emp Conference - 10 & 11 May 2022




This conference targets and aims to bring together language teachers working in universities and continuing education institutions around Europe and beyond who have an interest in LSP through e-learning along with other graduate-employment stakeholders for a two-day event featuring:

  • themed sessions;
  • keynote speakers;
  • panel discussions with partners.

This event will serve as a launch pad for the tools developed through the LSP4Emp Strategic Partnership and will be an opportunity to gather feedback from target users.

There is no registration fee to participate in the conference.


*Please note that Valter MAVRIČ will make his presentation on the second day (May 11) at 10h40, instead of the first day (May 10).
*A drink-Walking dinner will be held on May 10th from 18h00 to 20h00 in the hall of the Atrium R42. 

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To close this conference, we suggest you join us for lunch at the restaurant La Brouette. This restaurant is located in the heart of Brussels Grand Place, with a breathtaking view of the square's architecture. 

There is a 3-course menu at €40/person (starter, main course, dessert) + drinks*. 

* Chaudfontaine mineral water + 2 drinks of your choice: a beer or a glass of wine or a soft drink + Coffee or tea.

Menu 1 -  "Bruxelles": 

  • Onion soup au gratin
  • Flemish style carbonnade (Beef stew cooked in beer)
  • Brussels waffle Mikado

Menu 2 - Vegetarian:

  • Cheese fondue OR Vegetable soup
  • Vegetable Lasagna OR Vegetable dish with rice
  • Brussels waffle Mikado OR Fruit


Join us for a cultural walking tour to visit the major sites of the European capital, Brussels, which will last 2 hours. We will be walking through narrow cobbled streets, so we recommend that you wear walking/comfortable shoes to make this tour more enjoyable.


Registrations are now closed.

Access map

Local itineraries


Means of transportation

On foot

Brussels has many paths where pedestrians can avoid vehicle traffic, and many pedestrian-friendly streets. Find a map of recommended itineraries at Stapas.be.

By public transportation

The main public transportation services can get you to the very edge of the campus, or just a few minutes away:

STIB/MIVB: The campus is accessible by bus (lines 71 and 72) and tramway (lines 8 and 25), at the ‘ULB’ stop. Bus line 95 (‘Cimetière d’Ixelles’) and tramway line 7 (‘Buyl’) are 8 minutes away from the campus. Learn more at STIB.be

TEC: Line 366 (Court-Saint-Etienne/Rixensart) stops a two-minute walk from the campus, on Avenue de l’Orée. Line C (Louvain-la-Neuve) stops at ‘Fraiteur’, a 13-minute walk from the campus. Learn more at Infotec.be

De Lijn: Lines 341 (Wavre), 343 (Malaise), 348 (La Hulpe), and 349 (Ottenburg) stop at ‘Fraiteur’, a 13-minute walk from the campus. Learn more at Delijn.be

By train

Regional lines: several regional S railway lines stop at the Etterbeek, Watermael, and Boondael stations. From there, the campus is a few minutes away on foot, by bicycle, or by public transportation.

National and international lines: with most railway lines, you can transfer at Brussels’ main stations (North, Central, South).

Learn more at Belgianrail.be

By car

The Solbosch campus can be reached by motorways E411 (Namur), E42 (Liège), E19 (Paris-Mons), and E40 (Ostend), then Avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt, Avenue Adolphe Buyl, or Avenue de l’Université. Get directions

  • Park & Ride locations in Ceria, Stalle, Herrmann-Debroux, Roodebeek, Kraainem, and Reyers let you park outside Brussels and use public transportation. Learn more at LEZ.Brussels.
  • The Solbosch campus has several car parks with restricted access. More information (in french)

  • Why not try car sharing? Several solutions exist in Brussels, and there are multiple Zen Car and Cambio stations around the campus. Find out where using the access map.
From the airport

There are several ways to get to the Solbosch campus from Brussels Airport.

  • By taxi: taxis are available outside the arrivals hall. Licensed taxis can be identified by the yellow and blue lamp on their roof. More information
  • By train: shuttles are available between Brussels Airport and the city’s main stations (North, Central, South), several times per hour. More information
  • By bus: lines 12 (before 8 pm) and 21 (after 8 pm) stop at Place du Luxembourg. More information