The Study Advisor/Coordinator of Studies of your programme is the person who knows most about the particular programme and is the person to approach if you have any questions (on study delay, planning, examination regulations, etc.).
As a student of Leiden University you are entitled to good education and academic guidance. In return you are expected to meet certain requirements: the so-called BSA requirement. On this page you can learn about the criteria you are expected to meet in order to receive positive Binding Study Advice (BSA).
Below you find the procedures regarding absence during tutorials and exams.
Do you need a helping hand? Below you can find an overview of university-wide student support services.
If you have a physical or psychological disability, chronic illness or dyslexia you can contact the Fenestra Disability Centre for tailor-made advice before or in the early stages of your application. In order to give you the best possible service, we strongly recommend you enquire about the facilities and possibilities available well in advance of your prospective study period in Leiden.
Are you feeling down? Are you dealing with study stress or personal issues you would like to have some help with? The psychological counselors can help you with issues like these.
The Legal and financial counsellor provide students with advice and help.