At Campus The Hague, the University works closely with diverse parties and institutions in the city.
Campus The Hague actively participates in various networks in order to share knowledge with the city and partners, to think along with them, to inspire each other and possibly to set up new joint initiatives. These networks include:
- Hague Academic Coalition
- International Community Platform
- The Hague Security Delta
- Economic Board The Hague
Cyber Security Academy
At the Cyber Security Academy, lecturers from Leiden University, Delft University of Technology and The Hague University of Applied Sciences teach professionals who are involved in cyber security. With a part-time master’s programme as well as short and bespoke programmes, the Academy helps increase the digital resilience and security of organisations, citizens and as a result society.
Leiden, Delft, Erasmus
Leiden University, Delft University of Technology and Erasmus University Rotterdam form a close alliance. They work together in numerous areas relating to their research, teaching, research impact and outreach. The Leiden-Delft-Erasmus strategic alliance was formed in 2012.
Health in The Hague
Leiden University Medical Center, STZ Hospitals in The Hague, MCH Brononvo, the Haga Hospital (part of the Reinier Haga group) and Leiden University together make up the LUMC Campus in The Hague. The LUMC does not provide healthcare in The Hague, but focuses on research and teaching, innovation (e-health) and knowledge application. The initiators of the LUMC Campus The Hague want to use their knowledge to help solve the complex health problems of vulnerable groups in an urban, multi-ethnic environment.
Arts in The Hague
The University also works closely together with the Royal Conservatory and the Royal Academy of Art. The Academy of Creative and Performing Arts offers a unique combination of performing arts with academic research and teaching. A joint programme is offered in which composers, performing artists, visual artists and designers can study for a PhD. Students from the University can take arts programmes here, and their study credits count towards their bachelor’s or master’s degree.
Student and City
The University, the universities of applied sciences in The Hague, Delft University of Technology and the Municipality of The Hague work together in the Student and City platform to improve the range of student amenities, networks of student organisations, the coherence of activities and the infrastructure for students.
Academic Knowledge Workplace for Diversity
The Academic Knowledge Workplace for Diversity for Secondary Education aims to give all children the same opportunities to learn. It offers practical tools for teaching in ethnically and culturally diverse classrooms. Leiden University works with the Municipality of The Hague, schools in The Hague, The The Hague University of Applied Sciences, Delft University of Technology and Erasmus University Rotterdam in the Academic Knowledge Workplace for Diversity (information in Dutch).