HOP (The Hague Orientation Programme) week is a voluntary orientation programme for all Leiden University students in The Hague. This orientation week isn't part of the mandatory LUC The Hague introduction programme.
Introduction to the HOP Week
The HOP-committee is part of Leiden University, which is located in two cities: Leiden and The Hague. In the academic year 2015-2016, the university took the initiative to not only organise an introduction week in Leiden, but to organise an introduction week in The Hague for the first time as well: The Hague Orientation Programme. This introduction week is especially for students of the bachelor programmes Public Administration, Leiden University College The Hague, International Studies, International Relations and Organisations, Urban Studies, Security Studies and Computer Science & Economics. However, students of the master programmes which are taught in the Hague can also take part in the introduction week.
Connection LUC Introduction Days & HOP Week
During the mandatory LUC The Hague Introduction Week you will get to know your fellow LUC students, join the LUC community, learn more about the LUC programme and explore The Hague & Leiden through several activities. The HOP week will take place after the LUC Introduction Week and focuses on introducing you to the city of The Hague and is a great way to get to know students from other Leiden University programmes in The Hague.
Participation in the LUC Introduction Week is free. Participation in The HOP week costs 80€. This includes all activities organised by The HOP Committee, as well as all lunches and dinners from Monday until Friday.
If you would like to learn more about the HOP week programme and how to sign up for this week, please visit www.hopweek.org.