For all questions and problems related to the progress of your studies, contact the Co-ordinator of Studies of your programme or specialisation.
All second year and more advanced Leiden students are required to formulate a study plan for their next year of study. The study plan was introduced in order to encourage students to keep up their study tempo after the first year.
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).
Do you need a helping hand? Below you can find an overview of university-wide student support services.
Are you having difficulty settling into the new culture or experiencing stress related to adjusting your study expectations? The international student counsellor, a native English speaker, can help you with specific issues related to being an international student in the Netherlands. A few sessions with the student counsellor can often help. These sessions are free for and being a students at Leiden University these are free of charge.
The Legal and financial counsellor provide students with advice and help.