For all questions and problems related to the progress of your studies, contact the Co-ordinator of Studies of your programme or specialisation.
A Study Association is not the same as a student association or club. Study associations are for students from a particular degree programme and focus on the academic aspects of student life.
Leiden has a rich student life, where students can become a member of numerous international student clubs.
In the relaxing atmosphere of the International Student common room international students can discuss and share with each other the issues, challenges and discoveries they are encountering as foreign students in Leiden.
Services related to the University Leiden Community Network (ULCN) and the computers in the Faculty of Humanities.
Visit the Student Information Desk for information on BA and MA programmes, subsidiary subjects, readers and much more.
The Academic Language Centre offers a wide range of courses. You can can take Dutch or English as a second language in various levels.
The Careers Service provides students and alumni of Humanities with professional advice and guidance in finding (international) work placements and jobs, courses in career planning and job applications, and booklets on job-hunting, job applications and CVs. The Careers Service commands its very own multi-media resource centre, where you can look up various career sites or consult online recruitment agencies and vacancy websites.