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Be a Student for a day at Philosophy: Global and Comparative Perspectives

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Student for a day Philosophy: Global and Comparative Perspectives

Friday 26 April 2024
Cleveringaplaats 1
2311 BD Leiden

Philosophy: Global and Comparative Perspectives is one of the very few programmes worldwide to offer philosophy perspectives from around the globe. Studying the philosophies of India, East Asia, and the Arab world alongside those of the West will give you a global context for thought. You will learn how to challenge unquestioned patterns of thought, and how to develop new perspectives on current issues.

What is a Student for a day event?

During a Student for a Day event you will attend one or multiple first-year lectures. A current student joins you at the lectures and shows you around campus. Of course there is enough time to answer all your questions about the programme and studying in Leiden!

Who can take part?

The Student for a Day event is intended for people in their last years of pre-university education (like 5/6 VWO) or students of a (Dutch) university of applied sciences. Have you visited the website, watched the programme video and visited the Bachelor's Open Day? Then a Student for a Day event is the perfect moment to experience whether this programme suits you.

Event programme

10:45 - 11:15 - Walk from Leiden Central Station to the campus
11:15 - 13:00 - Lecture World Philosophies: India
13:15 - 15:00 - Tutorial Comparative Philosophy I: Classical Readings


If you have questions about the programme, you can always contact us. Contact details of the study advisor and the student ambassador can be found on the programme's contact page.

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