Start of your studies - International Relations

Frequently asked questions about the start of your studies International Relations (International Studies and European Union Studies).

Does the department have an introductory programme?

There will be an introductory meeting on Friday 9 September. The details will be sent to all new students by e-mail.

Where and when is my first lecture?

Classes start in week 37. Details will be sent to all new students by e-mail.

How do I get hold of my prospectus and lecture timetable?

You can find the courses on offer for the academic year 2016-17 and the detailed course descriptions in the e-Prospectus.

The timetable is available on the programme website.

Is there anything more I need to do to complete my enrollment?

Students are requested to register for all classes they will attend through uSis, the registration system of Leiden University.

General information about uSis is available in English.

Where can I buy my study books and teaching material?

Lists of study material for each course can be found on Blackboard. Many books are available in the University Library and some material will appear on Blackboard. Basic information about reading lists for each course can be found in the e-prospectus.

How can I catch up with any shortfall in my previous studies?

Please contact the Co-ordinator of Studies if additional programme requirements are formulated on the Decision on Admission you have received.

Where do I go for any further information I may need?

For further information please visit our programme website or contact the Co-ordinator of Studies.

Last Modified: 12-08-2016