Bruges ICT Service

The ICT Service of the College of Europe in Bruges provides a wide range of services, facilities and support.

This includes high-speed network access, student computer rooms, supporting computers in classrooms and auditoria and high-quality help.

College of Europe Account for email, storage and printing

All students receive a personal College of Europe account (C Account). This C-Account is linked to a personal email address and mailbox. This mailbox can store up to 50GB of email.

Next to the mailbox, all students receive several places where they can store their personal files, such as a folder on the College of Europe servers and access to Microsoft OneDrive. This allows them to keep their files safe and share them with other students when necessary.

ICT facilities on campus

Secure Wi-Fi is available on campus (Dijver & Verversdijk).
College students also have access to wireless when visiting other participating institutions as part of eduroam (

Some computers and workspaces are available for students in the Library (Dijver) and an open access area (Verversdijk).

All networked computers on campus provide access to standard desktop applications and specialist software. These computers also provide access to the Library catalogue and a wide range of electronic databases and collections.

All computers have standard desktop applications installed, s.a.

  • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Teams, ...)
  • Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome
  • Adobe CC suite (Acrobat, Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, ...)

ICT facilities in residences

Secure Wi-Fi is available in all residences. Students can use their computers in their residence rooms and recreational areas.

Use your personal computer and mobile device

The ICT Service provides information and helps connect the College of Europe environment and access services and resources both on campus and in the residences.

Students can also connect to the student printers for printing, copying and scanning.

Mobile printing

When connected to the College of Europe network on campus or in the residences, students can print to the student printers with all features.

When not connected to the College of Europe network, it is also possible to email your document to a provided address and collect it later from the student printers.

These students' printers are also available for copying and scanning.

Software and hardware discounts and purchases

All students can purchase copies of specific software and hardware through specialized channels.

All students can benefit from a free version of Microsoft Office 365 as long as they are a student. More details are once on campus.

IT support and training

The ICT Helpdesk provides basic hardware and software support for students (walk-in office in Dijver and Verversdijk). Please note that we do not provide in-depth support but will assist you in finding the right partner.

A wide range of information and guides are made available on the intranet pages of the ICT Service.

The ICT Service also provides specific training for formatting the master paper using the College of Europe Master Paper template.

Multimedia and collaboration facilities

The ICT Service provides the necessary equipment and services in lecture rooms (classrooms and auditoria), such as a projector, audio, a dedicated computer and the ability to connect your own computer.

The necessary equipment is available for video conferencing in specific rooms, which students can use upon request and availability.



The ICT Service can be contacted in person or via telephone and email on regular workdays (mon-fri) from 8:30-12:30 and 13:30-17:00.

  • Email:
  • Phone: +32 50 47 70 00
  • Address:
    ICT Service
    Dijver 11
    8000 Brugge

For individual contact details, please consult the Who's Who.


  • Helpdesk Office
    Site Dijver, Foyer
  • Site Verversdijk, building A
    2nd floor (above the auditoria)

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