I'm vaccinating at ULiège

Liège (city centre)

Interested persons can go to the vaccination centre at En Féronstrée 84, 4000 Liège (former "Décathlon" building) with their identity card, with or without an appointment.

Opening hours : schedules of the center Liège Ancien Décathlon.

Accessible without an appointment (with identity card and mask) or by appointment, by registering on the jemevaccine.be website using the vaccination code on the invitation received at home (only possible for people living near Liège).

Vaccines administered: Pfizer (two doses) or Johnson & Johnson (one dose, only for people aged 41 and over and at their request).


  • By bus: stops "Place du Marché" and "Rue Saint Jean Baptiste" of bus lines 1 and 4.
  • By car: "Cité" car park, quai de la Goffe 13, 4000 Liège I "Saint Georges" car park, rue Saint Georges, 4000 Liège.

Gembloux Campus

  • The last shuttle service organised from the Gembloux Campus to the vaccination centre in Bouges took place on 8 October 2021.
  • People who would like to do so can go by themselves to a vaccination centre near their home.

Arlon campus Environment

All members of the university community are invited to go to the vaccination center in Arlon which will be reopened on November 9, 2021.

Dates (first, second or third dose) :

Location :

  • Hall Polyvalent d'Arlon, Parc des Expositions 2, 6700 Arlon

With or without an appointment:

  • You can make an appointment via online form. You will need to enter your contact details.
  • You can make an appointment by telephone on 0800 / 45 019. You will need to provide your contact details.

Who is concerned?

  • students and staff members of the Arlon Campus;
  • anyone who wants to be vaccinated (your acquaintances, family members, neighbours, etc.)

Vaccine administered: Pfizer or Johnson & Johnson.

Additional instructions: the identity card will be requested by the staff of the vaccination centre from anyone who is vaccinated, whether Belgian or foreign. At the second appointment, you will be asked for your vaccination card.


updated on 19/01/2022

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