Mundus: The Hague takeover

Tue 2 April
→ Tue 4 June
Free Entry

Hosted by Mundus Society

The Hague’s newest student association invites you to come and enjoy one of the city’s first student nights. Drop by for a quick drink, or stay for the whole night.

Hosted by students, for students, the Mundus Society is a community that unites all students, regardless of nationality, field of study, or educational institution (university, college, or vocational school).

The Mundus Society’s Tuesday borrels (a Dutch term for “get-together”) create an open platform for enjoyable drinks, engaging conversations, and the cultivation of a genuine student identity in The Hague. This new weekly event provides an opportunity for people to step out of the confines of their institution’s buildings and fosters a sense of community that envisions a vibrant future for student life in The Hague. In collaboration with The Grey Space, the Mundus Society has established a haven for those seeking to avoid the desolate streets and solitary bars on Tuesdays.

Practical Information

Mundus is every Tuesday, starting from April 2nd.
The event starts at 19.30 and ends at 01.00

Entry is free, but please make sure to bring a student ID.


Mundus Society is a group of students who aim to enhance student life in The Hague. They have observed that The Hague, with its population of 35,000 students from various parts of the Netherlands and the world, has not yet fully developed into a vibrant student city. Mundus recognizes the considerable potential to cultivate a dynamic community of students eager to challenge the status quo. Mundus Society is committed to establishing an inclusive, safe, and enjoyable network of students, irrespective of their institution, nationality, or language.

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