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Leiden University invites prospective students interested in Master’s programmes to attend a comprehensive webinar hosted on February 23rd, 2017 at 16:00 CET (Amsterdam time). Attendees will learn about the various disciplines offered at the institution, why other students have chosen to study there, and what scholarship options are available.


At the webinar, Leiden University’s staff members will tell which programme fits your goals, what you need in order to apply and how to increase your chances for a scholarship. After presentation current university student will share her student life experience. At the end of the event they will answer any questions you may have.


There are waterways throughout the city Leiden and I feel myself like a calm stream of water while walking around the lovely city.


Every year about a hundred foreign Law graduates come to Leiden for a post-academic study programme, an advanced LL.M. (LL.M.: Master of Laws).


The Language Centre / Inter Consultancy Bureau organises language courses for companies, government bodies, Leiden University students and staff, and other interested members of the public.



The Master’s Programme of Advanced Studies in European Business Law is aimed, in particular, at lawyers who wish to specialize in the area of European Business Law.


The Leiden Russian Summer School offers five advanced intensive master classes. In the morning, Jos Schaeken en Daniel Collins will teach an intensive course on the birch-bark documents, giving an introduction in their language, contents and contexts.


It is clear from those who go out to recruit talented students for their university that many prospective students consult global rankings. This increases the imperative to deal with this issue.


The number of doctorates at Leiden University rose strongly last year. At the end of 2005, there were 289, an increase of 49 over 2004. The biggest increases were in the faculties of Law and Mathematics and Natural Sciences, with each faculty gaining fifteen more new doctors.


In January the first international students will be moving into Horizon House, Hugo de Grootstraat 32. SLS has created high quality accommodation for international students and researchers in this former Legal Study Centre.