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Faculty Campus The Hague
During an evacuation, employees and students of the Faculty Governance and Global Affairs gather at the assembly points around Anna van Buerenplein, Wijnhaven Building and the Schouwburgstraat.
- LUC The Hague: Corona Update
- LUC The Hague: Corona Update
- Hotels Leiden and The Hague
Living in Leiden or The Hague
Apartments are available in Leiden and The Hague for PhD candidates at Leiden University who are looking for accommodation. These are furnished and unfurnished, and can be rented for a period of one month to a maximum of one year.
- LUC The Hague: Spring Break and Corona
- LUC The Hague: Spring Break Extended
NEW - The Hague Law Labs
In close cooperation with various partners, Leiden’s Administrative and Constitutional Law Department is seeking to expand its presence in The Hague - the International City of Peace and Justice.
- LUC The Hague: Active in The Hague? Call for contributions!
- LUC The Hague: LUC and the City of The Hague
LUC The Hague - City Deal Kennis Maken The Hague
LUC was invited by the Municipality of The Hague to participate in the City Deal Kennis Maken (‘creating knowledge’). The City Deal aims to boost the solution of societal problems in cities, by involving researchers, teachers and students. In this way, the knowledge and skills available in educational…
LUC The Hague - ‘Roosevelt in The Hague 2018’ conference
On 17 May 2018, a delegation of LUC students from all different majors, coordinated by Dr. Joris Larik, participated in the Roosevelt Awards Laureates Dialogue Event at Nieuwspoort in The Hague (‘Roosevelt in The Hague 2018’).
- LUC The Hague: Vacancy ECOLAS Member LUC The Hague
The Hague Innovators Academy
In order to keep pace with the demands of the 21st century and its rapidly changing work environment, students and professionals need to display a new, specific range of qualities. To cope with the changing job market, you have to be resourceful, resilient and reflective.
Campus The Hague expands into Central Innovation District in The Hague
Leiden University’s Campus the Hague is soon to expand into the Central Innovation District in the centre of The Hague. Plans are under way for a Campus boulevard with a new University building in the area between the Prins Bernhardviaduct and Schedeldoekshaven.
Meet the Professor in The Hague
Over 1600 pupils from primary schools in Leiden and The Hague were taught by a professor of Leiden University on the 444th anniversary of our university. Three professors from the Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs, visited several classes of group 7 in The Hague.
Opening Beehive Student Centre in The Hague
The new student centre in The Hague, the Beehive, will be opening its doors in stages starting from 1 October. The name Beehive was chosen because it stands for connection, an individual identity, activity and belonging. This meeting place for students is dedicated to improving the living environment…
LUC The Hague: Accreditation
LUC The Hague Accreditation
On May 14 and 15 LUC will receive an Accreditation Panel, consisting of six academics and a student, supported by a secretary. This site-visit is part of the accreditation of our programme, which happens every six years and is needed for LUC to receive funding and the right to issue diplomas.
Campus The Hague in the picture
Leiden University turned 444 this year, and we are celebrating this milestone with the residents of the two cities in which we have a presence: Leiden and The Hague. An exhibition about the University and its connections with the city opens in the Atrium of City Hall in The Hague on 2 September.
Future diplomats graduate in The Hague
A new class of the master's programme International Relations and Diplomacy graduated on 6 July. We asked the graduates all about their studies, the city and future plans.
Kick Off: World Class The Hague
Following the United Nations Day of peace the kick off of World Class The Hague 2019-2020 took place at Museon, The Hague. World Class is a forum for discussion where selected students from various institutions across The Hague are given the opportunity to visit international institutions, engage in…
- LUC The Hague: New Staff
LUC The Hague: Weekly Newsletters
LUC The Hague - Weekly Newsletters
- LUC The Hague: Corona update
Happy Birthday LUC The Hague
LUC The Hague Celebrates its 9th Birthday!
- LUC The Hague - Test Chairs
- LUC The Hague: Evacuation Drill
- LUC The Hague: Winter School
The Hague Journal of Diplomacy Awards
The Hague Journal of Diplomacy marks its 15th anniversary in 2020 with an award for the best article in the journal. The HJD Article Award is a biennial prize, like the Book Award that the ISGA-based journal will launch in 2021.
- LUC The Hague: Winter Activities
LUC The Hague: AvB Updates
- LUC The Hague: Research Update
LUC The Hague Introduction Week 2020
The logistics and organisation of LUC’s introduction week 2020 were put under the spotlight this year in light of the restrictions which remain in place with respect to COVID-19. In the face of adversity, LUC rose to the challenge and met the learning curve with patience, dedication and resilience.
- LUC The Hague: Dies Natalis
Campus The Hague presents ambitious plans to Mayor Van Zanen
Leiden University’s Campus The Hague has published its new strategy for the next ten years. Martijn Ridderbos, Vice-Chairman of the Executive Board, and Erwin Muller, Director of Campus The Hague, presented this today to Jan van Zanen, Mayor of The Hague.
Student Centre in The Hague opens this autumn
From this autumn, students at Leiden University will be able to use the new student centre in The Hague. The building offers space for student organisations, sporting activities and support services.
LUC The Hague at the first World Class The Hague event
25 selected LUC students were present at this year’s first World Class The Hague event with speeches from King Abdullah from Jordan, Pauline Krikke (Mayor of The Hague) and Mark Singleton (Director of the International Centre for Counter Terrorism and former diplomat). King Willem-Alexander, Queen Maxima…
‘I now know where the locals eat in The Hague’
During the HOP week, new students in The Hague get to know the city, their study programme and - most important of all - one another. In 2018, The HOP week looked like this!
The Hague: a city full of linguistic idiosyncrasies
The Hague is the archetypal multicultural city. With a different language spoken on every street corner, this makes it a paradise for linguists such as Ingrid Tieken-Boon van Ostade. Her book Languages of The Hague is a collection of fascinating conversations with the city’s non-native speakers.
- Notification Safety Warning The Hague Students
The Hague: a world full of stories
The Centre for Modern Urban Studies (MUS) is a special part of the faculty. Research at MUS is interdisciplinary and is at the intersection of city studies, social history and migration history. Since its foundation in November 2005, the study of the history of The Hague from 1880 on has had a central…
Exhibition on Campus The Hague opens in City Hall
Saskia Bruines, alderman for Education, Knowledge Economy and International Affairs in The Hague, and Erwin Muller, Chair of Campus The Hague, opened an exhibition about 20 years of Campus The Hague on 4 September. The exhibition in the Atrium of City Hall in The Hague focuses on the links between the…
New at Campus The Hague: StepTalks
The Spanish Steps in Wijnhaven will be the setting for a new series of lectures, presentations and debates: the StepTalks.
Our economists in The Hague - research and teaching
The Department of Economics at Leiden Law School teaches courses in both Leiden and The Hague to more than 1700 students.
Faces of Leiden University College The Hague
Twenty-two year old student of Leiden University College The Hague, Sara Kemppainen on her role as European Union Delegate at the G(irls)20 Summit, founder of WIL, UWC Alumni, Summit Coordinator and Bachelor student committed to bringing human welfare to the center of tech policy.
They want a seat in The Hague City Council
Many students, staff and alumni of Leiden University are politically active. In the run-up to the local elections on 21 March, candidates in The Hague and Leiden explain why you should vote for them, and what they want to do if they are elected. In this article, it is the turn of the candidates in The…
- LUC The Hague: Taking External Courses
LUC The Hague - One Young World Tickets