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The university offers a number of facilities for collaborating with colleagues within and outside the University. This may involve sharing information or collaborating on documents. Depending on your objective, you can choose from the following collaboration tools.
Students learn not only from you, but often also from each other. They do so through analysing each other’s texts, discussions, assessing each other’s work, or completing group assignments. There are various tools available that support this kind of collaborative learning.
Collaborating with renowned researchers
Leiden University is one of the world's top universities in leading international rankings. As a postdoc, you will be working with internationally renowned researchers, often as part of a specific research project. As such, the University cultivates an attractive research climate with excellent facilities.…
- Writing for a collaborative project
- Prepare for a collaborative grant
Members of Parliament highlights interdisciplinary research and collaboration
High-quality education, research involving multiple faculties, collaboration between universities and central government funding to make all this possible: these were the topics covered in a working visit of the Standing Committee for Education, Culture and Science (OCW) to the Association of Universities…
Dies natalis: ‘Collaboration requires firm grounding in the individual disciplines’
‘Collaboration is increasingly important,’ Rector Magnificus Carel Stolker said at the 445th Dies Natalis of Leiden University on 7 February. But, as he heard from a number of Leiden researchers, this is contingent upon a firm disciplinary basis. A novelty of this year’s celebration was a joint dies…
Workshop: strengthening collaboration between the University of Mexico (UNAM) and Leiden University
Record number of grants for collaboration with universities outside the EU
Good news for international collaboration: the EU’s International Credit Mobility programme has awarded 163 grants to students and researchers from Leiden University and partner universities in 19 countries outside the EU. The grants are for 19 projects that have arisen from existing partnerships.
EUniWell discovery project in full swing
The ‘Discovery of the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem of EUniWell’s Consortium’s Members’ project has received a EUniWell seed grant. Sjoerd Louwaars, the representative from Leiden University, talks about the project and the first results.
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Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen
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Europe-China Collaboration in Higher Education and Research
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Luris transition: important changes to organisational structure and working methods
Luris supports and advises researchers and societal partners on knowledge transfer, research impact and public-private partnerships between researchers and society. The organisational structure of Luris is changing to help us better meet the changing needs of our researchers and civil society. Read…
- Workshop: Strengthening academic collaboration between the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and Leiden University
If you wish to increase your academic impact and your interaction with your field, the University can support your efforts in a number of ways: from help in organising events to advice on international collaboration. We have listed the possibilities below.
You can apply various means to increase your societal impact: through interaction with professionals, the commercial sector or general audiences. The University can support you in this process in a number of ways.
Creating a partnership agreement
A partnership with a university or organisation outside of the Netherlands must be based on an agreement. In some cases, Leiden University will not have exchanged students or staff with this university before, and you will first need to create a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).
- Research funding
Leiden University supports persecuted and endangered students and researchers via the Scholars at Risk programme, a network of educational institutions in 35 countries. To this end we work in close collaboration with the UAF Refugee Association, which focuses on study and work opportunities for highly…
In the spotlight: background information, news and announcements about the Implementation data management programme.
Projects and results
We are currently running ICT & Education (ICTE) projects both at faculty and at University level. Many of the University-wide projects fall under the ICTE programme. With the ICTE programme we seek interactive ways of using technology to strengthen the quality of our teaching.
Leiden University, Delft University of Technology and Erasmus University Rotterdam have been collaborating intensively for many years. In 2012 this collaboration was formalised in the Leiden-Delft-Erasmus Universities strategic alliance. This has allowed us to approach important and complex societal…
Jong Universiteit Leiden
Jong Universiteit Leiden (JUL) is a network for young staff who want to get more out of their work. Collaboration, knowledge sharing, personal development and fun are the mainstay of its activities.
Our Digital Future: follow this event via a livestream
- More information about cooperating with China
- More information about cooperating with China
ICT in computer rooms
All faculties offer computer rooms for teaching and/or independent study purposes. The University Library also provides study stations with (or without) computer and a group instruction room.
Leiden Impact Matrix
To help you make the impact or valorisation of your scientific research more clearly apparent, we have created a Leiden Impact Matrix.
Education that takes place online instead of on campus is called remote teaching or online education. How do you make optimal use of remote teaching?
A University education is not only about transferring information, but also about teaching students to conduct research.
The physical accessibility expert group was established to identify how we can make university buildings more accessible and how we can ensure this remains a focus in the future. The group's starting point is that students with disabilities should be able to access and move around university buildings…
Internationalisation in research
Leiden researchers work together with other researchers from across the world. The University has developed a regional policy focused on three specific regions with which we maintain intensive contact through a number of faculties: China, Indonesia and Latin America and the Caribbean.
In 2014, Leiden University launched the Teachers’ Academy to reward top talents in education and stimulate educational innovation. Lecturers who are selected as Teaching Fellows join the Teachers' Academy and are awarded a grant for educational innovation projects. The Teachers’ Academy also organises…
The digital accessibility expert group focuses on improving the accessibility of the university website, digital learning tools and digital examinations. As a result of the corona crisis many educational activities are now online. The group is therefore working closely with the Centre for Innovation…
Grant support in the pre-award phase
By the end of this project, a clear method for providing support will have been developed, as well as a toolbox that helps researchers prepare for external grant applications more effectively and improves the success rate of those applications.
Becoming a postdoc
becoming postdoc job vacancies
WINNER: Week of Indonesian Netherlands Education and Research
IT Specialist NeCEN
Science, Institute of Biology Leiden (IBL)
E-learning skills platform
Supported by the Faculty of Science and the Leiden Teachers’ Academy Wybrigje de Vries, Lisann Brincker and Marjo de Graauw have developed a modular e-learning skills platform. This platform is now up and running and can be used by the teachers and students of the Faculty of Science.
All partnerships between Leiden and international partner universities are managed in a central database.
The Audit department reports its findings to the Executive Board and makes recommendations on how to improve processes and internal control.
Web hosting and domain names
If you wish to start a project site for a temporary Leiden University project, or if you need a new domain name, please apply to the Functional Web Management department.
Conferences and events
Are you organising a conference or event and are you looking for a professional and experienced team to take care of the arrangements? Looking for a great venue in Leiden or The Hague, or will the event be taking place online? The Events Office is here to help.
- FeedbackFruits training: (peer) feedback tools
- FeedbackFruits training: activating study material
Information Session Scholars Programme Europaeum