Visiting Eurojust

Visiting EurojustWith the aim of making the European Union Agency for Criminal Justice better known, Eurojust organises study visits to its premises. Such visits are normally reserved for specific groups, such as diplomatic representatives, legal practitioners and groups of university law students, and are based on tailor-made programmes. Visits of general interest may also be arranged.

Eurojust also participates in The Hague International Open Day, which takes place each September.

General information

What to expect from your visit

  • Visits take place Monday to Friday and last between 1 hour and maximum 2 hours

  • For groups of visitors over 18 years old

  • Visits are free of charge

  • Generally conducted in English (other EU languages are possible)

  • Eurojust internal rules require all visitors to go through a security screening before entering the premises. It may take a few minutes depending on people flow, so please consider that when planning your visit.

How to request a visit

Applicants are kindly requested to submit the visits form two to three months in advance of their intended visiting date.

The Events team replies to each application in writing, either to confirm the date requested for the visit or to suggest an alternative if the date requested is not available. Given the sensitive nature of Eurojust’s core business and the limited availability of meeting rooms, not all requests can be honoured. In addition, due to Eurojust's operational needs, we regret that visits may be cancelled at the last moment.

Contact details

Events and Logistics Unit
Johan de Wittlaan 9
2517 JR The Hague
Tel: +31 70 412 5710
Fax: +31 70 412 5715

Visits of groups

  • For participants aged 18 and over

  • Groups between 5 and 40 people (larger groups accepted upon request)

  • Maximum two visits per calendar year per university or organisation

  • Each group must be accompanied by a group leader whose contact details are to be provided in advance

  • Because of the specific nature of the activities of Eurojust, priority is given to groups of legal practitioners or university law students.

Visits of individuals or small groups

Standalone visits by individuals and groups of less than 5 people can be accommodated by joining larger groups depending on availability, which will be assessed by the Eurojust Events team.

Executive visits

Eurojust’s Events and Logistics Unit, in close collaboration with the Executive Support Team, organises executive visits to Eurojust and facilitates protocol requirements for the College’s external meetings. It is also responsible for all ceremonies in which the President, Vice-Presidents and National Members take part.

The Unit provides support by:

  • planning, coordinating, executing and supervising special events and visits of distinguished visitors (VIPs) and dignitaries to Eurojust, planned on a case-by-case basis;

  • applying standard protocol rules;

  • serving as the single point of contact within Eurojust regarding protocol issues and the organisation of VIP visits;

  • welcoming and ushering visitors during official functions; and

  • managing correspondence with VIP visitors and liaising with external agencies, including government departments and diplomatic missions, to ensure a high-quality service to visitors at all times.

For further information, please contact Eurojust’s Events and Logistics Unit at

Photos of visits/events

Eurojust may take photos of visits and events and publish them on its intranet, public website, Eurojust corporate publications (e.g. Annual Report, presentations for visitors) and social media channels used by Eurojust (Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube). Please note that if you agree on appearing in photos, you have to give us your consent.

For more information on how we process your personal information, what your rights are and how to exercise these rights, please consult our Data Protection Notice related to taking/processing of pictures and videos by Eurojust.