Artificial Intelligence (Master's)

Graduate School of Informatics - Faculty of Science


The UvA's parking policy is based on the principle that all buildings should be easily accessible by either bicycle or public transport. Accessibility by car is regarded as supplementary.  The Science Park is the only location of the UvA with its own car park.

Medical grounds

Staff and students may be eligible for a parking space on medical grounds. To apply, staff need to contact the health and safety officer at the relevant campus. Students should contact Student Services.

Parking at Roeterseiland Campus

Disabled persons with a valid parking badge can park for free in the designated parking spaces around the Roeterseiland Campus. Several disabled parking spaces are also available on the Campus. These spaces are designated exclusively for use by staff and students to whom these spaces have been allocated.

A valid disabled parking card is required to qualify for a parking space at the Roeterseiland Campus. Staff and students with a temporary medical indication who do not have a valid disabled parking card may also be granted the temporary use of a disabled parking space if one is available.

To qualify for a disabled parking space at the Roeterseiland Campus, staff should contact the health and safety officer, Ms T.R. Seinstra (email:, regardless of whether they are in possession of a valid disabled parking card.

UvA students who want to apply for a disabled parking space need to contact Student Services.

UvA Science Park car park

Science Park students and visitors can use the car park for a fee.

Other locations

There are no dedicated parking spaces at any of the other UvA locations. If you need to park near one of those locations, you can make use of the generally available parking spaces and car parks nearby.

Published by  University of Amsterdam

13 February 2018