At the Open Day you can explore all the courses taught at the university. Get your bearings at the information fair, go to the programme presentations and experience the city where you will be studying. It is a great event to orient yourself and learn more about what Leiden University has to offer.
Why Attend a Bachelor’s Open Day at Leiden University?
Find out all about our bachelor’s programmes
The Bachelor’s Open Day is a fantastic opportunity for you to find out all about the bachelor’s programmes you are interested in. Visit presentations and explore which bachelor’s programme might suit you best. There is also a special session for international students.
Meet our students, staff, alumni and study advisers and ask them all you want to know
The Bachelor’s Open Day gives you the opportunity to talk to our staff, students and alumni at the Information Market. They’ll be more than happy to share their experiences of their student time, their internships and careers.
- Explore Leiden in real life
The Bachelor’s Open Day is your chance to explore Leiden University in real life. Experience the historic city of Leiden with it’s warm and friendly atmosphere.
Visited the last Open Day
"At the Bachelor’s Open Day I talked with students about their experiences at Leiden University. That made me all excited. At the presentations I get to hear exactly what the content is of each bachelor’s programmes and which courses you get in the first year."
Visited the Open Day
“Leiden is exactly the place to be for me – a brilliant university to discover the world – as the university’s slogan states. I want to study languages and international institutions. I like the small town feeling of Leiden. It’s not a big, big city. I really like it here.”
Visited the Open Day
“It is my ambition to work abroad. By studying abroad too I try to open the doors for my future. I hope my application for Archaeology in Leiden will be successful. I am travelling around Europe and I’m really impressed with Leiden – such a nice city. And everyone speaks English!”