Feel at Home Fair
If you've only just come to live in the Netherlands, life can at times be both exciting and difficult. To help you feel at home more quickly, a Feel at Home Fair is being organised in city hall, The Hague on 3 February. Leiden University will be present at the fair. It's a good opportunity to attend workshops and share experiences with other people in similar circumstances.
Leiden University stand
The Feel at Home Fair attracts more than 4,000 visitors from more than 100 nationalities. There are over 150 stands with information about sport, music and social clubs, jobs, finding a house and childcare and about Leiden University.
At Leiden University's special 444 stand students from Leiden University College The Hague will share information about the different study programmes available in The Hague and about their community projects. You can also follow a workshop about the Rembrandt year and Rembrandt's paintings in the Mauritshuis.
Two Life Science & Technology students at Leiden University who are also following the Practicum Musicae minor at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague will be giving a festive cello performance at the fair to celebrate 444 years of Leiden University.
Are you coming too?
If you sign up, in advance, entrance is free (up to a maximum of 4 people). On the day itself you pay a small entrance fee.
You can find more information about the programme and how to sign up on the website.