neuroCademy The Netherlands
neuroCademy's training center in Nijmegen is located at the founding neuroCare clinic in The Netherlands and was the first location to host neuroCademy training courses (formerly Brainclinics Education). The conference room seats up to 15 participants with facilities to demonstrate Neurofeedback, TMS, QEEG assessments and tDCS.
6524 AD Nijmegen
+31 (0) 24 7503 507
Getting to Nijmegen
When you travel from abroad you can book your flight to airport Weeze (Germany), Amsterdam Schiphol or to Düsseldorf (Germany). Airport Weeze is about 30 mins. away form Nijmegen. From Amsterdam Schiphol airport you can travel by train to Nijmegen which takes about 90 min. For more information visit the NS railway website
Getting to the training centre
Courses and workshops that are held in Nijmegen take place at neuroCademy, located at Bijleveldsingel 34, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. You can download travel directions here.
In front of our office in Nijmegen you can find a big parking area (Wedren) where you can buy a day ticket. Please note that a day ticket is not valid when you park in the parking spaces on the Bijleveldsingel.
Hotel Manna is an all-in-one boutique hotel, trendy bar and top restaurant in the city-center of Nijmegen. A 3-5 minute walk to neuroCademy (Mention neuroCademy when you make a reservation to receive a discount!)
Mercure Nijmegen Center is located in the city center of Nijmegen next to the train station. It is a 10 minute walk to neuroCademy.
Hotel Hertogplein is a cozy city hotel in the center of Nijmegen, the oldest city of the Netherlands. It is a 5 minute walk to neuroCademy.
Bed & Breakfast Nederland On this website you can find a B&B in Nijmegen.
Culture in Nijmegen
LUX-Nijmegen is a home for international cinema, debate, theater & music.
Next to six cinemas with the finest, most surprising and important films in the Netherlands to see, LUX offers a balanced program of flat-floor theater, dance, music, controversial debates, festivals and events.
Museum Het Valkhof has permanent collections of Archaeology, Ancient and Modern Art. There is an extensive, specialized library with accompanying reading room. Here you can find backgrounds of the various collection areas. For more information about current exhibitions please visit the website.