Meeloopdag BSc Security Studies | Course 'Governance of Security'
- donderdag 29 februari 2024
2511 DP Den Haag
Get a taste of Security Studies, take part in the Student for a Day event!
BSc Security Studies is een Engelstalige opleiding. Alle informatie is in het Engels. Vragen kun je eventueel in het Nederlands stellen aan de studentambassadeurs.
Are you interested in studying BSc Security Studies in The Hague? Would you like to know how it feels to be a student at Leiden University? Do you have some questions that only a student can answer? Then sign up for the Student for a Day event!
If you decide to join this Student for a Day event, you will:
- attend the lecture 'Networks as collaborative vehicles, solutions to transboundary challenges and sources of conflict: Hurricane Katrina response ' of the course 'Governance of Security';
- meet current students;
- have the chance to ask all your questions about this programme and student life;
- get a tour of the faculty building.
It’s an ideal opportunity to get to know the BSc Security Studies even better.
Who can participate?
To participate in the Student-for-a-Day event, you preferably visited one of our events, like the Open Day. In any case you should be in your final or next-to-final year of university preparatory high school.
The programme will be as follows:
|11:30 - 12:15 hrs
|Join the student information officers on Campus
12:15 - 13:30
|Joining (first part of) the lecture 'Networks as collaborative vehicles, solutions to transboundary challenges and sources of conflict: Hurricane Katrina response '
|13:30 – 14:00 hrs
|Time for questions
|14:00 - 15:15 hrs
|If you'd like to, you can join the second part of the lecture as well
After your registration, you will receive an email with more information a few days before this event.
Please register via this form.
There are only 15 spots available.
About the course 'Governance of Security'
The overall course objective is to deepen understanding of institutions, organisations, policies and dilemmas in governing contemporary security and safety challenges. As a result of broad societal changes, influential technological developments and a growing complexity of security and safety issues, amongst others, authorities throughout the world increasingly govern security in collaborative networks with actors from regional, national and global levels. These actors each bring their own institutionalised views on safety and security, their own organisational modus operandi and their own policy legacies. Complex societal security and safety problems such as organised crime, terrorism, critical infrastructure protection or cyber threats cannot be easily tackled independently by traditional actors such as the police, the city, or the national ministries. However, the multi-actor, multi-level mode of governance comes with its own set of challenges. Organisations, either alone or in cooperation, can both be the root cause of crisis and security incidents, as well as the ultimate way of dealing with risks, preventing crises and forging responses. Read more
If you have any questions regarding the Student-for-a-Day event, feel free to contact the student ambassadors Joris van Buiten, Masha Alexeeva and Emma Korpershoek via email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to meeting you!