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If you are about to embark on a master’s in Leiden and the city and university are completely new to you, you should seriously consider participating an introduction week.
Do you want to get your stay in Leiden or The Hague off to the best-possible start? If so, you cannot afford to miss Leiden University’s introduction weeks for international students. In addition to having lots of fun, you’ll make new friendships and start getting to know the University and the city…
Will you be studying in Leiden University in The Hague? If so, join in the HOP introduction week and get acquainted with the city and its student life.
If you are about to embark on a master’s at Leiden University in The Hague and both the city and the University are new to you, consider participating in The HOP. This introduction week has been specially designed to help new students get acquainted with the city and its student life.
Do you want to get your stay in Leiden off to the best possible start? Then you cannot afford to miss OWL, Leiden University’s introduction week for international students. In addition to having lots of fun, you’ll make new friendships and start getting to know the University and the city.
Introduction Week 2021
We are very excited to welcome you to LUC The Hague! We are busy planning a full programme for your first week here. The Introduction Week will take place in August 2021. More updates will be shared on this page soon!
Three introduction weeks for Leiden University students. The choice is yours
Leiden or The Hague? Dutch or English? These two questions decide which introduction week new Leiden University students should choose: EL CID, HOP or OWL.
Dealing with the Dutch
Learning to cycle without a handbrake, saying sorry if you're late for a lecture and fathoming out the weird sounds of Dutch. Leiden's new international students get a crash course in Dutch culture during their introduction week.
Introduction Days: a good start
With a good start of your programme, a good start of your student life is of course also appropriate.
Dynasty: A Very Short Introduction
For thousands of years bloodlines have been held as virtually unassailable credentials for leadership, with supreme political power perceived as a family affair across the globe and throughout history. At the heart of royal dynasties, kings were inflated to superhuman proportions, yet their status came…
LUC The Hague Introduction Week 2020
The logistics and organisation of LUC’s introduction week 2020 were put under the spotlight this year in light of the restrictions which remain in place with respect to COVID-19. In the face of adversity, LUC rose to the challenge and met the learning curve with patience, dedication and resilience.
Introduction to Ancient Egypt
Do you live in Egypt and have you always wondered about all the pharaonic heritage surrounding you? This spring NVIC organizes a beginner’s level, introductory course in Egyptology. In 6 richly illustrated lessons, the history of ancient Egypt will be brought to life, both chronologically as well as…
- Introduction International Legal English (ILEC)
The Webinar Week is intended to help you become better acquainted with the Leiden University English-taught bachelor's programmes.
Record number of international students join introduction week
From Afghanistan to South Africa: 1,144 international students, including refugees from Syria, are taking part in the Orientation Week Leiden.
LIBC PUBLIEKSDAG 'ONZEKERE TIJDEN; EEN STRUIKEBLOK OF SPRINGPLANK?' (in Dutch)
Want to study abroad? Visit the Master’s Week of Leiden University and find which master's programme taught in Leiden or The Hague is right for you.
An Introduction to Tarifiyt Berber (Nador, Morocco)
This book provides a grammatical sketch, glossed texts and a glossary of Tarifiyt Berber, which is the main heritage language of the Moroccan community in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany.
- Week 1: 8–11 January
- Introduction to International Medieval Studies (5 ECTS)
This Week's Discoveries
Scientists from the Faculty of Science present recent discoveries to colleagues of various fields. In a 15-minute talk, a colleague of the Faculty of Science presents his or her ongoing research. The presentations are aimed at a broad audience.
Bachelor's Webinar Week
Volume X 2016
Perspectives on Terrorism 2016
Experimental Archaeology Week
Festival, Experimental Archaeology Workshops
Introduction to Medieval Europe 300–1500, Third Edition
Introduction to Medieval Europe 300–1500 provides a comprehensive survey of this complex and varied formative period of European history, covering themes as diverse as barbarian migrations, the impact of Christianisation, the formation of nations and states, the emergence of an expansionist commercial…
- Bachelor Webinar Week April 2021
- Bachelor Webinar Week April 2021
- Week 1–2 (7–15 January)
- Week 6: 10-16 February 2019
- Week 6-7 (15-26 February)
- Week 1: 8-13 January 2018
Annual report CML 2016
In 2016, CML published over 90 papers, successfully crowdfunded the Living Lab project, celebrated a royal honour for associate professor Hans de Iongh and contributed to the Global Soil Biodiversity Atlas. CML awarded five PhDs and taught students from all over the world how to contribute to sustainability.…
- Week 1: 6-12 January 2019
- Week 1: 8-15 January 2017
- Week 8: 23–28 February
- Healthy University- Let's Walk Week 2021
Bachelor's Webinar Week: Experience BSc Security Studies
Study Information, Online Experience
- Week 2–3 (16–31 January)
- Week 6: 9–15 February
How EL CID week can go ahead after all
When the government introduced its corona measures, the future of EL CID suddenly looked uncertain. But this annual introduction week will start on 5 August after all. How did the EL CID board pull this off? A glimpse behind the scenes through the eyes of chair Mirte Haanappel.
- Week 3: 22-29 January 2017
- Week 6: 11-17 February 2018
- Week 4–5 (1–14 February)
- Week 3: 20-27 January 2019
- Week 2: 15-21 January 2017
- Week 7: 18-24 February 2018
secundis intentionibus, Distinctiones I&II : Critical Edition with Introduction and Indices
This critical edition covers the first two parts of De secundis intentionibus by Hervaeus Natalis (14th century).
- Week 5: 2–8 February, 2020
- Week 7-8: 19-28 February 2017
- Week 6: 12-18 February 2017