Map for Bernoulliborg
9747 AG Groningen
The location (building 5161) is marked with a red flag on the map.
Faculty of Science and Engineering (FSE)
9747 AG Groningen
+31 (0)50 363 6868
How to get there
Get off at Groningen Central Station and continue your journey by bus.
The public car park P4 is situated at walking distance from the Energy Academy Europe. From P4, go south-east and walk down the street between the Marie Kamphuisborg and the Willem-Alexander Sports Centre. Cross the street and continue along the path towards the main entrance of the Bernoulliborg.
Parking for people with functional or other impairments
Four parking spaces have been reserved for people with functional or other impairments at the Bernoulliborg. Please contact tel. +31 (0)50 363 6868 in advance if you wish to use one.
Please contact the student counsellors at the Student Service Centre (for students) or your manager (for UG staff) if you wish to make long-term use of one of these parking spaces.
There is a bicycle shed underneath the building. This shed is not accessible for disability vehicles.
Main entrance: not wheelchair-accessible
Side entrance: wheelchair-accessible
The north entrance and the door next to the main entrance are accessible to wheelchairs. The latter door is fitted with an intercom and can be opened remotely by the reception desk staff.
There are two lifts in the Bernoulliborg: one next to the cafeteria and one further down the corridor. These lifts provide access to all floors of the building.
There are wheelchair-accessible toilet facilities on all floors of the building.
Nursing mothers’ room / first-aid room / prayer room
There is a nursing mothers’ room in room 0029. Please report to the reception desk to ask for the key.
There is a first-aid room in room 0029. Please report to the reception desk to ask for the key.
There is no prayer room in the building.
Please contact the reception desk (tel. +31 (0)50 363 6868) if you have any questions or comments about the accessibility of the building. If you have any suggestions in the field of accessibility, please send them to toegankelijkheid rug.nl.
To get you started faster, see photos with explanations of the particular building.
If you regularly travel to or from Zernike Campus by bicycle, you might like to use the ‘smart route’. See: Smart cycling routes.