If you want to find out more about Leiden University, you can read our publications online or request a printed copy.
What goes on at our University? What are we proud of? What are the most important facts and figures? Read all this and more in our publications for the public.
About Us 2018
The most important facts and figures about Leiden University.
View About Us 2018 online and click through to the additional information. If you would rather have a printed copy of About Us 2018, you can request this free of charge as well.
Leiden University in photos. View Impressions 2017 online and read the stories behind the photos. A printed edition of Impressions of 2017 is also available.
Annual report and other policy documents
Our policy documents provide an insight into our policy, finances, impact and ambitions for the future.
Annual report (in Dutch)
The annual report of Leiden University comprises a report and statement about the previous year. It also includes the annual accounts. It is published annually at the start of July. This report is only available in Dutch.
Read the annual report from:
Institutional plan ‘Freedom to excel’
In the Institutional Plan Freedom to Excel Leiden University outlines its ambitions for the period 2015-2020.
The long-term budget outlines the University’s financial affairs and their development over the coming years. It also outlines those developments and basic tenets of the policy that are relevant to the University’s future. This report is only available in Dutch.
Download the long-term budget (pdf, in Dutch) for:
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Economic impact of Leiden University and LUMC
In 2012 Leiden University and the LUMC commissioned BiGGAR Economics to carry out a study of their economic impact. The conclusion was that each euro invested has a return of almost four euros and each job at the University or the LUMC is responsible for 3.6 extra jobs.