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During your time as a student you will probably encounter a variety of challenges. Both in terms of studying and personal development, you might need a little help from time to time. Find out how you can boost your well-being and who you can turn to for support.
- Student Well-being Universiteit Leiden
- Well-being Support Group
- Well-being Support Group
- Save the date: Student Well-being Week 2022
- Well-being Wednesday | Workshop: 'Small Talk'
- Student Support Groups
- 30+ Student Support Group
World Mental Health Day 10 Oct: nature walks and more
- Mental Health Day: Nature walk
- Panel discussion: Consent
- PhD Support Group
- Meeting Point Support Group
- Study Support Group
- Study Support Group
New Student Well-Being Officer for The Hague gets started on student well-being
Student well-being is more important than ever and is high on Leiden University’s agenda. There are many recent new initiatives, such as Well-Being Week and POPcorner The Hague. To streamline all these new initiatives and create new student well-being activities, a Student Well-Being Officer has recently…
Leiden University signs Declaration on Student Well-Being
Leiden University and four other parties have signed a declaration in which they agree to improve the well-being of students in Leiden. They signed this Declaration on Student Well-Being on 5 April at the Leidsch Besturendiner, a dinner for student associations, universities, local government and bu…
- Join the Student Wellbeing Activities Committee
Network of student well-being officers create connections
It’s an important theme at the University and beyond: student well-being. Even before coronavirus, research showed that loneliness and the pressure to succeed were causing particular problems for students, and these problems have only increased since the pandemic. Work is underway to improve the sit…
Official opening of the Acts of Kindness pillar in the Lipsius building
It has already been a huge success in The Hague, and now the Lipsius building has one, too: an Acts of Kindness pillar. The official opening took place on Tuesday 20 September.
Boost your mental wellbeing during the Wellbeing Wednesdays
- Student Well-being Week: 15-19 November
The Student Wellbeing Weeks are around the corner! Register now
From healthy eating to the art of failing: join in the Student Wellbeing Weeks
It’s good to know you’re not alone in these strange times. That’s why Leiden University is organising the Student Wellbeing Weeks from 18 January to 14 February 2021. In these weeks we’ll help you with workshops, lectures and activities to keep you mentally and physically fit.
‘We can learn a lot from one another about student well-being’
Student well-being is an enormously broad subject. Students and researchers can gain inspiration and exchange knowledge at the online EUniWell symposium ‘Good Practices on Student Well-Being’ on 30 September and 1 October. We take a look at the forthcoming symposium with co-organiser Jasper Bitter:…
Student well-being in the spotlight at the EUniWell symposium
‘There’s so much knowledge, research and experience in the field of student well-being. Let’s put this topic on the agenda, work together to promote it, and learn from each other.’ This was the message of the two-day virtual symposium on Good Practices for Student Well-Being.
Support for your well-being
Good mental health provides a strong foundation for study and work. It is important to seek help if you are not doing well. There are a range of ways in which you can work on your mental well-being. You can also turn to others for help and guidance. Take a look at the various options available.
- Student Buddy Service: also for students affected by the Ukraine war and other conflicts
- New Student Support Groups starting in May – Sign up now!
Mental health monitor for Leiden students reveals need for more action
Last month, research by the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) revealed that more than half of students in higher professional education and at universities experience psychological complaints and emotional exhaustion, and that a quarter of them suffer from anhedonia (loss…
in research project WARN-D about stress and mental health issues in students
Humanities’ future of student wellbeing
New website student well-being: Tips and help with study stress, mental health and personal development
Get fit during the Healthy University #COVID to #GOFIT-week
How do you get fit after these challenging times? How do you create a healthy lifestyle? And how do you motivate yourself to work out again? Find out during the '#COVID to #GOFIT'-week, organised by Healthy University Leiden
Caring Universities: How are you really doing?
- Student Well-being Week 2021
‘Faculty should feel as comfortable as a living room’
What does the future of student welfare look like? Throughout this academic year, our faculty has been working hard to answer that question. Ruben van Gaalen, study coordinator, and Femke Weerdmeester, student of Dutch Language and Culture, look back on the past and towards the future.
Fenna on EUniWell: ‘Students can be involved in lots of different ways!’
EUniWell, the alliance of seven European universities committed to developing teaching and research relating to well-being, is celebrating its first anniversary. Law student Fenna van Haeften has been involved as a student representative right from the start. This October she went to Florence, where…
Work starts on Kolffpad student complex in Leiden
Work started today on the Kolffpad student complex, with 289 flats for students from Leiden University. Stichtnig DUWO will own the building and the University owns the site at the Bio Science Park. The building should be complete by mid-2023.
Student-initiative COOP empowers students to discuss difficult topics respectfully
Students are ever more cautious to express their view on controversial debates. The new student-led D&I initiative at the Faculty of Humanities, COOP, is ready to step in. They organise sessions to guide students on speaking up and respecting the views of others at university.
- Take part in the well-being student pool!
‘Students have been treated like temporary residents for four centuries already’
The new Students for Leiden party pulled off a stunning victory in the municipal elections. From nowhere, the party won two seats on Leiden Municipal Council. How are brand-new student councillors Mitchell Wiegand Bruss and Elianne Wijnands doing? ‘We’ve already asked questions about the quality of…
What’s on? Find out in the Uni-Life app
There is more and more for students to do. Visit a film festival, follow a workshop or try a sport, for example. But how can you see at a glance what’s on and whether anyone wants to join you? Download the Uni-Life app and find out.
Good Practices on Student Well-Being
Conference, EUniWell Symposium
Responsible alcohol consumption: 'It's good to pull together'
Anyone in Leiden wanting to join a student association has plenty to choose from. But the risk of alcohol abuse is a very real one. Leiden University, Leiden University of Applied Sciences and dozens of student associations have signed a new alcohol covenant that promises they will do their best to…
Fieldwork in Leiden
How do the residents of the Kooi neighbourhood in Leiden find living there? What can we do about loneliness? In this extraordinary academic year, students have been conducting all sorts of research, in Leiden. They presented their initial findings and recommendations at a Learning with the City meeting…
- New student support groups: sign up by 13 October
- Well-being Wednesdays
- Well-being Wednesdays - Well-being booster