Studying abroad is a great way to broaden your horizons. It’s beneficial for both your academic and personal development. Not only will you gain new experiences, but you’ll also learn to get by in a different environment. A period of study abroad is an asset on your CV. With the increasing internationalisation of job markets, many employers regard international experience as a real advantage.
The corona measures may affect your travel plans. Read more on the Studying in times of corona website.
There are a number of ways in which you can study abroad. These include:
Study at one of Leiden University's partner institutions via an exchange programme.
- Study abroad independently
For students who want to study abroad outside an exchange programme, for example at a non-partner institution.
- Other types of activity abroad
Depending on your study programme, there are a range of other international activities that you can do as part of or alongside your studies. For example, internships, research, fieldwork or summer schools.