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Our commitment to top-level education and research means that internationalisation plays a key role at Leiden University. We work with diverse partners worldwide and do everything in our power to attract talented international staff members.
Contact about internationalisation
International Relations and related staff advise on and support internationalisation in education in a wide variety of areas.
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.
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Faculty Governance and Global Affairs
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Leiden University has more than 150 educational innovation projects on a wide range of topics, such as digitisation, curriculum reform, skills teaching, internationalisation, active learning and community building.
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.
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.
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Fenna on EUniWell: ‘Students can be involved in lots of different ways!’
EUniWell, the alliance of seven European universities committed to developing teaching and research relating to well-being, is celebrating its first anniversary. Law student Fenna van Haeften has been involved as a student representative right from the start. This October she went to Florence, where…
Two Van Bergen Prize winners: bringing Dutch and international students together
The Van Bergen Prize was awarded to not one, but two initiatives at the Diversity Symposium on 22 January. ‘Leiden City Safari’ is a fun city tour that will help incoming Dutch and international students get to know the city of Leiden – and each other. The interactive ‘OpenUP!’ symposium will invite…
EUniWell 2021: The year in review
The year 2021 is coming to an end, and with it the first official year of EUniWell. We want to reflect on our highlights of the year with you, celebrate what we have achieved within EUniWell so far and look to the future, to all that is yet to come!
Together with staff and students from eight different European universities, we are working on a European University for Well-Being: EUniWell.
Short intensive session on educational development
All partnerships between Leiden and international partner universities are managed in a central database.
Livestream: Students in conversation with Justin Trudeau and Mark Rutte
Conversation with students
Applying for an education grant
An education grant may be available for some forms of cooperation with universities outside the Netherlands, such as student exchanges, staff mobility or setting up your own education project or international master’s programme. More information about possible grants is given below.
Executive Board column: Annetje Ottow on Brussels, Africa and societal impact
Within the scope of innovating and connecting – the theme of our new Strategic Plan – I paid a visit to Brussels last week. It is important to give Leiden University a face in Brussels and to show our expertise, on Africa for instance.
Join the discussion on the university's future direction
What should our education and research look like in 2027? How can we make the university more sustainable and achieve greater impact? The new Strategic Plan will set the direction for the coming years, and the Executive Board wants students and staff to provide as much input as possible. Would you…
A call about... the University Council
The University Council gives the Executive Board (un)solicited advice and helps decide on important topics. For example, permanent contracts for lecturers and the workload and well-being of our students and staff. It’s an important organ, but many staff have no idea what it does. ‘I think it’s great…