A study association is a good way to combine study-related activities with pleasure. Every faculty has one or more study association.
Many study programmes have their own study association. For more information take a look under the faculty tab, or speak to the administration of your study programme.
Study associations are for students from a particular degree programme and focus on the academic aspects of student life. Students who are members of a Study Asociation support each other during their study period, and organise course-related activities, such as lectures, seminars, field trips or excursions.
Study Associations in The Hague
B.I.L. (Governance and Global Affairs)
Fortuna (Governance and Global Affairs)
LUC The Hague’s own student association ‘Fortuna’ was established as a legal association on 16th May 2011. It aims to represent the interest of all students enrolled at LUC The Hague, which is done by maintaining contact between members of the association and other important bodies within LUC, promoting the development and ensuring the continuity of committees set up by members of the association, representing the student body as a whole to the outside world, and organising activities to broaden the horizon of LUC students outside the curriculum
Every student at LUC automatically becomes a member of Fortuna, and is therefore introduced to this important element of life at LUC The Hague. Fortuna has several committees, each with their own contributions. Some of Fortuna’s committees include: AkBar (the Bar committee), the Culinary Committee, S.A.I.M (Amnesty International), the Travel Committee, the Act Aware Committee, PAX Magazine (Fortuna’s own magazine), the Beyond Arts Committee and the Sports Committee.
Members of Fortuna are able to enjoy, amongst many other things, events such as movie nights, (themed) parties, career-related events, Model United Nations conferences, Dutch language courses, and many more exciting things!
Furthermore, every year, an inter-UC tournament is organised between all the university colleges of the Netherlands, during which each university college sends sports teams, dancing groups, singing groups, and artists to engage in some friendly competition.
Visit the *Fortuna website* more information.