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We are very happy to welcome you to Leiden Law School to spend a semester or year studying with us. Here you will find information on your course timetables and more.

Leiden Law School has developed a special set of courses for Exchange and Study Abroad students; the so-called Leiden Law Courses (varying from Aerospace Law and Moot Court Public International Law to Technology and Society: Values and Norms)

These courses (course codes starting with 2298). are organised in such a way there will be no or hardly any, overlap between courses and exams. This is also arranged for the courses with codes  starting with 2296.

Next to the Leiden Law Courses, students may also choose special English taught electives that are open to exchange students (NB these courses have different course codes) and these courses might have clashing classes and/or exams.

The courses take place at different locations:

  • Kamerlingh Onnes Building (KOG), Steenschuur 25
  • Sterrewacht (STW), Kaiserstraat 63

Please find below the schedule for our first and second semester.

Changes may occur, please always check the current schedule via uSis via our website or on the tv screens in the buildings.

You will be registered for the courses you chose when you applied with us. You will be able to check your personal class schedule through uSis.

Lectures AND Seminars: The Office for International Education at Leiden Law School will register you in uSiS for the courses you chose when you applied with us. You will be able to check your personal class schedule through uSis.

Please note that you will be notified by a message send to your umail once we have registered you for your class or exam in uSis (usually this is done 14 days before the start of the course). If you have not received an email one week before the start of the class please let us know!

In uSis workgroups (seminars) are indicated with a W or WGR, Lectures are indicated with LEC and exams are marked with TEN.

In order to be able to process your exam results and issue a Transcript of grades, you will need to be registered for exams.

Exams: The Office for International Education at Leiden Law School will also register you for your exams. Please notify us by email (indicating your name and student number) in case of any changes.

Retakes: If you have any, you need to register yourself in uSis for them. This will not be done automatically by us as we do not know who needs to do a retake.

Please note that you will be notified by a message send to your umail once we have registered you for your class or exam in uSis (usually this is done 14 days before the start of the course). If you have not received an email one week before the start of the class please let us know!

Rules and Regulation Exchange Programme 2019-2020

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