Computer Science & AI
Bachelor Q&A (English)
On this page you can find answers to frequently asked questions.
For study-related questions, issues or requests related to exemptions or electives, you can contact the study advisor:
- For Computer Science this is dr. Jeannette de Graaf, email: email@example.com
- For Computer Science and Economics this is dr. Alfons Laarman, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- For Bioinformatics this is dr. Sacha Goultiaev, email: a.p.Goultieav@liacs.leidenuniv.nl
- For Artificial Intelligence this is dr. Joost Broekens, email: email@example.com
For ESE grades that have not been implemented into uSis you may contact Riet Derogee, see practical questions section.
For practical questions related to the bachelors (Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence, Computer Science and Economics, and Bioinformatics) you can contact Riet Derogee, education coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
Also see the Educational Office webpage.
Transcript of Records
Do you need a transcript of records or (certified) grade list? You can request these at the Science Students Administration, or request one per mail by sending an e-mail to email@example.com. Please mention your programme (bachelor) in the subject line.
Do you need a graduation statement to receive your diploma? Contact student administration, Anita van der Tang, e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Grades or uSis
Do you have a question in regards to your grades or uSis? Please contact the student administration, Anita van der Tang, email address: email@example.com
Enroll/disenroll from courses in uSis
Use uSis to enroll for courses. When you enroll for a course here, you will automatically get access to the Brightspace-page associated with it.
You can find more information on enrolling/disenrolling here.
If you encounter any issues, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on Brightspace you can view the University’s manuals. For other questions or issues you can contact the Universiteit Leiden helpdesk.
In MyTimetable you can find schedules for all courses and bachelors, so you can put together your personal schedule. Education activities that you have signed up for in uSis will automatically be displayed in your personal calendar. You can connect My Timetable to a calendar app on your phone, and any changes to your schedule will automatically be shown. It’s also possible to receive an email notification in the event of a rescheduling.
Questions? Watch the video instruction, read the manual or contact the ISSC helpdesk.
Extended examination time
Do you have reason to believe you might need more time during exams or do you need other assistance?
Schedule a meeting with the student dean, Kaiserstraat 63, Leiden. Click this link for more information.
If the student dean agrees you need extra time, a statement will be drafted and sent to your study advisor and/or the Examination Committee, who will have to approve the request. If your request is approved you will receive an email/letter with more information.
In any case you must contact the Educational Office, York-kam Kwok, at least 4 weeks ahead of the examination period, to let us know when you need a laptop/other assistance. If you have put in such a request and decide not to take the examination, you should also let us know. If you are in need of extra time there is no reason to contact us, it will be handled during the exam.
Want to become a student assistent?
If you have completed your propaedeutic year you are eligible to become a student assistant. Twice per year (fall and spring semesters) we send out an email with all the courses for which student assistants are required, and instructions on how to apply.
It is possible you will be tasked with revising coursework, or giving instructions during a practicum. This is decided by the teacher of the course you are assisting.
You are hired from September 1st until January 31st or from February 1st until June 30th (including vacation).