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Map for Feringa Building

Nijenborgh 3
9747 AG Groningen

The location (building 5612-5616) is marked with a red flagon the map.

Faculty/Service unit
Faculty of Science and Engineering (FSE)
Nijenborgh 3
9747 AG Groningen
+31 (0)50 363 8600 (reception)

How to get there

Get off at Groningen Central Station and continue your journey by bus.

Nearest bus stop: Crematoriumlaan
Bus line that stops here: 15  
For more information, please visit the websites of 9292, NS, Qbuzz, or Arriva.

The public car park P4 is situated at walking distance from Nijenborgh 4. From P4, go south-east and walk down the street between the Marie Kamphuisborg and the Willem-Alexander Sports Centre. Pass by the Bernoulliborg and you will walk right into Nijenborgh 4.


Parking for people with functional or other impairments
Four parking spaces have been reserved for people with functional or other impairments at Nijenborgh 4. Please contact tel. +31 (0)50 363 4133 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 such a parking spot.

There is a bicycle shed opposite the main entrance. This shed is open to all and accessible for disability vehicles.

Main entrance: not wheelchair-accessible
Alternative entrance: wheelchair-accessible
The alternative entrance right next to the main entrance is accessible to wheelchairs. This entrance can be opened remotely by the reception desk staff. This entrance is fitted with an intercom. Another alternative entrance can be found in wing 5115.

There are lifts in wings  These lifts provide access to all floors of the building. You do not need a card to use them.

Toilet facilities
There are wheelchair-accessible toilet facilities on the ground floor, right next to the reception desk (main entrance).

Please contact the reception desk (tel. +31 (0)50 363 4133) 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

To get you started faster, see photos with explanations of the particular building.

Cycle routes
If you regularly travel to or from Zernike Campus by bicycle, you might like to use the ‘smart route’. See: Smart cycling routes.

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