Universiteit Leiden

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Teaching

Teaching in The Hague is firmly based on research. Alongside bachelor’s and master’s programmes, the University provides school children, professionals and others with an interest the opportunity to develop.

Our teaching responds to the questions and needs of society. Developments in society have a direct impact on our teaching and our teaching will eventually have a major impact on society. Students can already contribute during their studies, for example with projects for the community (service learning) together with social institutions such as municipalities and schools, and by paying attention to social innovation and social entrepreneurship.

Bachelor’s and master’s programmes

Around 6,000 students are following a bachelor’s or master’s programme in The Hague. The University also offers minors, some in conjunction with the The Hague University of Applied Sciences.

Leiden University College The Hague

Leiden University College The Hague (LUC) is Leiden University’s international honours college. It offers an innovative Liberal Arts & Sciences bachelor’s programme to motivated and talented students from all around the world. 

Training for professionals

The University has a growing range of training options for professionals including courses and part-time programmes. In the coming years it will increase its focus on lifelong learning.

Summer schools 

Campus The Hague offers a broad range of English-taught summer schools, such as the summer schools in Frontiers of Children’s Rights or Preventing Violent Extremism.

Courses for pupils

There are pre-university programmes for curious pupils in the final years of secondary school.

MOOCs from The Hague

Innovative forms of online teaching, such as Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs), are very successful in reaching large new target groups at locations throughout the world via distance learning. The Hague also offers a number of these courses. 

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