Do you want to know more about what it feels like to study psychology in Leiden? The International Bachelor in Psychology offers various information activities you can attend.
Online information activities
Relating to the stricter measures to prevent the spreading of the coronavirus, Leiden University will not be able to provide face-to-face teaching or on campus information activities till the end of this academic year. We want to let you know, that we are still here to help you with all your questions and provide you with the information you need!
Do you have a question about student life in Leiden, studying at Leiden University or do you want more information about the IBP programme? You can chat with a student directly!
Come meet us!
Want to know more about our information activities and what it is like to study at Leiden University? Come to our information events or experience it all online!
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, compare between different programmes and learn more about what Leiden University has to offer.
Read more about the Open Days
Are you pretty sure that Psychology is the right programme for you? Then the Experience Day is the perfect event to visit, as you will be able to see a lot more of our programme. You attend lectures about Psychology with other prospective students. Together with an instructor, you will review and discuss tasks that you have worked on beforehand. You will find out more about the content of the programme in an active way. You will also have the chance to talk to current students about the programme, and have your questions answered.
Read more about the Experience Days
Shadow a student with a small group of prospective students and decide if the programme is right for you. You will sit in on real lectures and workgroups/tutorial sessions and get a feel for the atmosphere at the university. You will receive insight from current students on what it’s like to study in the programme and city, and get a real taste of what to expect.
Read more about Student for a day
Do you want to know more about studying at Leiden University in general? Then registering for one of the upcoming webinars is a good idea!
Visitor of a Student for a Day
'I am a Dutch student but I became an international student for a day, because I think studying in English is important if you want to move abroad.'
'Earlier, I studied international business administration, but I quit because I felt like I am more interested in the social part of businesses. I want to know about social differences, how people think, how they behave and why they behave like that, and how that influences on companies and their performance. I would like to become a consultant. If I studied psychology, I could help people in companies to improve their work circumstances.'
Visitor of the IBP Experience Day
"The Experience Day for the International Bachelor in Psychology was great. Many of my doubts are gone, I’m more certain now about my field of study. It was very interesting to experience the lectures, the teaching style and to talk to people. Although, after a whole day I’m pretty exhausted, haha."
“I also went to the Open Dag in Leiden. I like Leiden because it is close to Amsterdam, and Leiden University has some nice research facilities. Maybe in a few years, I can join these facilities."
Visitor of the IBP Experience Day
"This Experience Day was really structured, a good overview of what the program requires. All my questions are answered, and I was able to talk to the IBP study advisors. The sample lectures discussed great examples of real-life situations, so I learned a lot!"
"I chose to go Leiden because I heard about how good the University Leiden is. There are very few International Bachelor programs in Holland, so I’m happy I found one in Leiden."
Impression of the last Open Day (February 2018)
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