Moving to a new place can bring lots of excitement and as well as some overwhelming tasks. To make the transition a little easier here is a timeline with some of the first things to do when you move to Leuven.
Still have questions about how to fulfill the steps in the timeline? There is more information on our website. Just click the topic that you need more info on and you will find helpful information and links.
P.S. #6 can be done at any moment, everyone is welcome to join in on events at the International House Leuven!
International House Leuven is pleased to launch the inaugural “Welcome Ambassador Program”, teaming up Leuven residents (international or not) with new international individuals.
A Guide to Rental Disagreements
Are you renting a home in Leuven and have come across a disagreement with your landlord? This article will help you avoid any disagreements and provide you with resources in case a difficulty arises.
NEW!: International Book Kiosk
Stop by the International House Leuven to drop off or browse our collection of international books!
Previous Newsletter Editions
Here you can find the previous newsletters from the International House Leuven. Our newsletter goes out at the beginning of every month. Want to get the newsletter directly in your mailbox every month? Well then you can subscribe to the mailing list via our home page.
Cokido: providing childcare and community
Solidary out-of-school childcare with a turn-based system, organized by parents, grandparents & relatives ...
Finding Permanent Housing in Leuven
This article provides some helpful information before you start looking for permanent housing in Leuven. It briefly covers the basics of renting such us finding housing, rental contracts, and cost of living.
Helpful info about the Intergration Agency
Have you just arrived in Flanders and is it all new to you? Or have you been here for some time, but still don’t feel quite at home? The Integration Agency will help you on your way.
Is your health insurance fund good value for money?
How should you assess the (price) differences when choosing your public health insurance fund?