Leiden - China
China is an important partner for Leiden University. Leiden University works together with more than 20 Chinese universities and hosts close to 400 Chinese Bachelor's, Master's and PhD students. Leiden has designated China a priority country with which it seeks to establish a partnership program of long-term teaching and research collaboration.
News about China
A look at the communication strategies of a Chinese state-owned media outlet
How does the Chinese government communicate with its citizens? Yuxi Nie obtained her PhD with her thesis on communication strategies of the Chinese st...
Guest Lecture Ambassador Ron Keller
On Friday 8 November 2019, Ron Keller, former ambassador of the Netherlands to China, Turkey, Ukraine and Russia gave a guest lecture at the Institute...
A visit to our partners in China
China is an important partner of Leiden University. We collaborate with more than 20 Chinese universities and welcome around 400 Chinese Bachelor’s, M...
Chinese delegation visits International Institute of Air and Space Law
From 26 August until 5 September 2019, a group of 20 Chinese government officials, industry representatives and academics attended an intensive course...
Willemijn Aerdts on the arrest of Chinese Spy
Dutch radio corporation ‘BNR’ contacted Willemijn Aerdts, a lecturer at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs, for her opinion on the arrest. ‘...
Leiden University to end agreement with Confucius Institute
Leiden University will not extend the present partnership agreement with the Institute, which comes to an end on 31 August 2019.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang pays lightning visit to Leiden University
During his two-day visit to the Netherlands, the Chinese Prime Minister paid an unexpected visit to Leiden on 16 October. Li Keqiang spoke with Rector...
Leiden strengthens collaboration with China
A delegation from Leiden University, headed by Vice-Rector Hester Bijl, was in China from 9 to 11 October. During the visit to different universities ...
Archaeologist teaches Honours Course in The Hague: “The past is still alive.”
This semester archaeologist Dr Marike van Aerde teaches an Honours Course at the Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs in The Hague. “In the cours...
Call for Paper Proposals China: Global Leadership Diplomacy
A more powerful and prosperous China is exerting unprecedented influence on global affairs and the Chinese government is openly pursuing a proactive d...