Student quality of life

Student quality of life :

People and a service available to you!

The Quality of Life service is present throughout the academic year and throughout the university cycle



QV Student quality of life and well-being is at the heart of the health policy in its widest sense which the University of Liège is developing. The institutional priority is to enable each individual, whatever their personal situation and without any prejudice whatsoever, to accomplish as best possible their educational goals under the best possible conditions.

The Student Quality of Life service is closely associated with the university's thinking on all questions relating to day-to-day student life. Because of this, the authorities wanted a member of this service to take on the rol of secretariat for the Student Life Council (CVE), an important body in which representatives of various members of the ULg university community participate.

Whether in relation to physical health or psychological well-being, there is a wealth of resources open to students.


Practical information and advice


On-site activities


Occasional issues and support

Health notes   First aid training   ULg Dialogue (block and session)
The site 'everything's on hand to ensure things go well'   Diversity, a ULg value
  Cultural Diversity : welcoming students enrolled at ULg and those from other countries
Presence and awareness raising during university events   Addictions - Alcohol   Listening and meditation
 Emotional and sexual life   Organic breakfasts   A team available to you all year round
Tobacco and health   Blood donations   Appeals

Individual support



The ASH service and Students living with disabilities



The ULg 'sports student' status


Etudiant Artiste

The ULg 'artist student' status


Want to be active on campus?


Are you a ULg student? Do you want to join in our work? Do you need help to build a project relating to health and well-being (awareness raising work, practical work, etc.)?

The Student Quality of Life team is here to help!


Print version Page updated on 2015-09-25