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Tentative Schedule MSc Mathematics 2019/2020
Please find below the tentative course schedule for the academic year 2019/2020
Master course schedule
(latest update 3 June 2019)
For the course schedule for Mastermath courses please see the Mastermath website
Master Course schedule 2018/2019
Please find below the course schedule for the academic year 2018/2019.
For the course schedule for Mastermath courses, please see the Mastermath website
|blok 1||blok 2||lunch||blok 3||blok 4|
|1||09:15 - 10:00||3||11:15 - 12:00||5||13:15 - 14:00||6||14:15 - 15:00||8||16:15 - 17:00|
|2||10:15 - 11:00||4||12:15 - 13:00||7||15:15 - 16:00||9||17:15 - 18:00|
Lectures start strictly as indicated in the schedules. So please be on time!
|morning (mn)||10:15 - 13:15|
|afternoon (aft)||14:15 - 17:15|
This map shows the buildings where the lectures take place.
Most mathematics lectures are given in the Snellius building, the de Sitterzaal on the ground floor of the Oort building (the gray parallelepiped, entrance 2 on the map or entrance 1, the new main entrance of the Faculty of Science, on the other side), the lecture rooms of the Huygens laboratory (also entrance 1 or 2), the auditoria in the Gorlaeus lecture hall building (entrance 4, cannot be reached anymore from entrance 1 or 2), and the Havingazaal in the LMUY building (can be reached from entrance 1 or 2 but not anymore from entrance 4).
Occasionally, mathematics lectures are given in the van Steenis building.
|B1,B2,B3||Snellius (ground floor, after entering the building turn left)|
|312||Snellius (ground floor, after entering the building turn right and then left; room 312 is at the end of the corridor near to the foo bar)|
|174||Snellius (1e etage/2nd floor, after entering the building turn right, take the stairs and then the corridor straight ahead to the canteen; room 174 is on the right)|
|Snellius (1e etage/2nd floor, after entering the building turn right, take the stairs, and then the corridor on the right)|
|302/304, 303, 305, 306/308, 307, 309||Snellius computer rooms (ground floor, after entering the building turn right and then left)|
|DS||Oort building, De Sitterzaal (ground floor, the lecture hall with the parallellogram shaped entrance, take entrance 1 or 2 on the map)|
|H106,H204,H207, H211/4, H226||Huygens laboratory, lecture rooms 106, 204, 207, 211/214, 226 (take entrance 1 or 2 and then one of the elevators with the dark doors, 106 is on the '1e etage', the others are on the '2e etage')|
|C1,C2,C3,C4/5||Large auditoria in the Gorlaeus lecture hall building (entrance 4, upstairs)|
|C6,C7||Lecture rooms in the Gorlaeus lecture hall building (entrance 4, behind the stairs)|
|HZ||LMUY building, Havingazaal (take entrance 1 or 2, then take the stairs and the passageway towards the LMUY building, after the doors ignore the staircase on the left, at the end of the passageway take the doors on the left and immediately turn right, at the end of this corridor again turn right)|
|E004,F104||Lecture rooms in the van Steenis building, E004 on the ground floor and F104 on the '1e etage'.|
|USC||University Sports Center (used only for exams)|
Written mathematics exams ('schriftelijke tentamens') in Leiden are usually from 10:00-13:00/14:00-17:00 unless otherwise stated.
Partial exams ('deeltentamens') are usually from 10:00-12:00/11:00-13:00/14:00-16:00.
The exams usually take place in the Snellius, and sometimes in one of the big lecture halls of the Gorlaeus building. In case the exams take place in the Snellius, the exact rooms are announced on the electronic billboard opposite to the entrance of the Snellius; see also info screen.