About Elliott

Education is far more than just books, professors and exams. The Common House is a place that serves as a social hub, a centre for all students but also professors and staff members to come together and truly develop themselves in a social setting – be this through working on group assignments, participating in for instance debates, theatre plays, conferences or art groups or just through sharing a meal or drink.

Elliott is located in a hi storic building very close to the school buildings. Having officially opened its doors in April 2014, Elliott is fully equipped with a student restaurant, study lounge, classrooms, meeting rooms, a bar and more.

Essential for the existence of Elliott is the dedication and enthusiasm of a large pool of student volunteers. From preparing sandwiches to pouring beer: without volunteers Elliott would just be an empty shell. Want to know more? Read here about our organisation.

The Common House is a place that serves as social hub, a centre for all students to come together and truly develop themselves in a social setting – be this through working on group assignments, participating in for instance debates, theatre plays, conferences or art groups or just through sharing a meal or a drink. We want to stimulate students further to share their thoughts, their experiences and their opinions, to encourage banter, disputation and simple relaxation with friends – those intangible, non-graded aspects of an education that can make the years spent at a university truly exceptional. Elliott is a common living room for all students, because we feel that only through the added factor of social academics one can truly make the most of university.