Minor Intelligence Studies
You’re about to start your minor at Leiden University. Make sure you are well prepared and get your studies off to a good start!
You can find a wide range of practical information about your study programme on the student website, using the tab Security Studies.
The schedules of your minor can be found on the student website. The Faculty Governance and Global Affairs tab provides an overview.
The e-prospectus contains information about all the courses within your minor.
All the details of your studies are recorded in uSis. Also. you can enroll for courses and exams via uSis. Find information about enrolment on the student website, using the tab Security Studies (Bsc).
Blackboard is Leiden University’s online learning environment. It allows you to communicate with lecturers and fellow students, access online reading materials and upload assignments.
Your study adviser or coordinator is an expert on all aspects of your study programme, for example exam regulations, planning, academic issues, study delay etc. Minor students can contact the advisors of the bachelor Security Studies. Please find information on the student website, using the tab Security Studies (BSc).
Studying with a disability
Studying with a disability may require additional time and effort. Find out what support is available at Leiden University and consider what might be helpful in your particular situation.
Course and Exam Regulations (CER)
The scope of the boards authority and the institute’s applicable rules and regulations are laid out in two distinct but related documents, namely the Course and Exam Regulations (CER), drawn up by the Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs, and the Rules and Regulations (R&R), drawn up by the Board of Examiners.
In these two documents students can find everything they need about teaching-related issues such as:
- Registration procedures for and gaining admittance to exams and resits;
- The validity of completed exams and practical exercises (such as term papers);
- Policy for resits and requesting an extra exam;
- Evaluation, partial marks, the rounding of scores and determining the final mark;
- Fraud and plagiarism;
- Regulations pertaining to special circumstances
Board of Examiners
The role of the Board of Examiners is to ensure that study programmes adhere to their Course and Examination Regulations. The Board of Examiners oversees all tests and examinations within the institute and determines whether students have acquired the knowledge and skills required for the awarding of their degree.
Find more information on the Board of Examiners on the student website, using the Security Studies (BSc) tab.
If you have a question, you can send an email to your study coordinator. Or find more resources in this overview.