Leiden University College The Hague
The LUC Fund supports the advancement of the Leiden University College The Hague (LUC) Global Challenges programme and community. LUC provides excellent research-led interdisciplinary teaching on global challenges to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to become socially responsible and engaged global citizens.
Building Knowledge for a Better World
We believe that talented students - regardless of their financial background - should have access to the Liberal Arts and Sciences programme at LUC. We provide financial support to our students to ensure that they can fully concentrate on their studies.
The LUC Fund focusses on three key areas: students, education and community. As the fund is still developing, the main focus for now is to provide financial support to students of LUC. The other areas will be developed later.
In order to truly comprehend Global Challenges it is essential that skilled students from all walks of life are empowered to join the community of LUC.
LUC students are changemakers. They are motivated to contribute to a better world. LUC students are selected for their academic achievements, but also for their commitment to and interest in finding solutions for the challenges our world is facing today. Members of the LUC student and alumni community are active in many different contexts and sectors, using their talents locally or internationally. LUC embraces curious students who are socially engaged. Students from all over the world bring diversity in terms of language, religion, lifestyle and experience to the Campus in The Hague. In order to truly comprehend Global Challenges it is essential that skilled students from all walks of life are empowered to join the community of LUC.
With your gift we provide financial support based on need.
With your gift we provide financial support based on need. This enables students to focus on their academic and community work, so that they can develop and thrive in the LUC community and contribute to a better world in their future careers.