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Universitaire Bibliotheken Leiden
‘Every year new highs for PRINS consultancy programme'
The World Food Programme, Philips, the European Space Agency. An overwhelming list of organisations that Sarita Koendjbiharie, as founder of the PRINS consultancy programme of International Studies, has managed to recruit. ‘We keep reaching new highs and insights together with our students and organ…
Beatriz Santiago Belmonte
Faculty of Humanities
Pieterskerk prepares for Dies Natalis
Pieterskerk and Leiden University are closely connected. The University was founded in Pieterskerk and to this day we celebrate that at the University’s annual Dies Natalis. Much has to be done to get the church ready for this special day. A photo series behind the scenes.
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Master's Open Day
- POPTalks FGW
Dies natalis: ‘Collaboration requires firm grounding in the individual disciplines’
‘Collaboration is increasingly important,’ Rector Magnificus Carel Stolker said at the 445th Dies Natalis of Leiden University on 7 February. But, as he heard from a number of Leiden researchers, this is contingent upon a firm disciplinary basis. A novelty of this year’s celebration was a joint dies…
Middle Eastern Culture Market 2020 Online
Arts and Culture, Middle Eastern Culture Market
New year drinks Faculty of Humanities
Workshop 'The Young Rembrandt' in coöperation with Rembrandt Year 2019
Arts and leisure
1st year students information session “Start your career during your studies”
Career and apply for jobs
Nominees announced for LUS Teaching Prize
Els de Busser (Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs), Ayo Adedokun (LUC The Hague) and David Fontijn (Faculty of Archaeology) have been nominated for the LUS Teaching Prize 2020-2021.