The Yenching Academy from Peking University offers a fully funded global fellowship gradudate programme that is ‘designed to prepare an elite class of future leaders to meet the challenges of the 21st century global landscape’.
Please note that in order to graduate this semester, you need to hand in the Graduation Form at the Student Information Desk before 28 November . This form is available online and is needed to finalize your diploma. If you wish to graduate during the summer, please hand in your graduation form before July 1st .
As students busy with assignments, deadlines and exams we are often very focused on the immediate present. What lies after BAIS often seems daunting as a result. BASIS' Academic Committee and Career Committee, in cooperation with Students Career Service, will be hosting an evening to help students with tackling the future.
Before you start to approach the labour market, it is wise to know what your value is. This workshop is about discovering your academic skills and your knowledge as a Humanities Graduate.
Have you already chosen your master’s? Visit our Master’s Information Day on 4 November and find out what Leiden University has to offer you. Choose the programmes you want to visit and drop in at the Job Market Café where you can find out more about your prospects on the job market.
Is your lecturer the best at teaching you about his/her subject or research and does he/she stimulate studying with innovative and interactive courses? Nominate him/her for the Leiden Teaching Prize of 2016-2017! By winning this prize he/she is admitted to the Leiden Teachers’ Academy and receives 25.000 euros to spend on his/her teaching or research.
Are you considering doing an internship during your discretionary space and you want to know more? Join the information session on October 11th, 17:15, at Stichthage, room Lange Voorhout.
Learn about study abroad opportunities during your studies at Leiden University. Register now!
Andrew Gawthorpe recently joined the Institute for History as a lecturer in Contemporary Military History and Security Studies.
Second year students can choose from three options to fill their discretionary space in the first half of the first semester in the 3rd year of International Studies. Students can choose to do an internship, a minor (in Leiden or at another university in the Netherlands) or study abroad.
Every year, an outstanding lecturer receives the Faculty Teaching Prize from the teaching committee. The prize is awarded during the official opening of the academic year on 7 September. This year, students nominated eight candidates.
No fewer than 194 students received their bachelor's diplomas in International Studies on Friday 26 August.
Scholarships for Research MA students at the faculty of Humanities: The Uhlenbeck scholarship programme
With the start of the 2016-2017 academic year the Faculty of Humanities offers a new scholarship for students of various research MA programmes who wish to either study or conduct (field) research abroad.
Leiden University has decided to modify the BSA regulation in the first year of study and to stop the experiment in the second year.
If you wish to graduate this summer, please remember to hand in the graduation form before 1 July. You can do this at the Student Information Desk, open daily between 9.30 – 12.30.
The University Elections have begun again! From May 9 until 13 you may vote for students running for a position in both the University Council as well as the Faculty Council.
The end of this academic year is approaching. You are probably in the middle of writing one or more papers or essays. Do you have any questions about the writing process? Visit the Writing Centre Drop-in hours!
The third year BA International Studies students are working on ‘Practising International Studies’ (PRINS). They have reached the midpoint in their projects, and the student bloggers share their experiences so far in their second blog.
The minors information day at the Faculty of Humanities will take place on Tuesday 12 April. This is the perfect opportunity for you to find out exactly what your options are. To make it even easier, we have asked some study coordinators why you should choose their minor.
On October 3, Leiden University celebrates "Leids Ontzet", which means that there will be no lectures or tutorials on the 3rd of October, unless explicitly agreed upon with your individual tutor groups. The University Buildings in The Hague will be open according to their regular opening times. Please note, however, that the Student Information Desk at the Schouwburgstraat will be closed on October 3rd.