Why International Studies at Leiden University?
Leiden University is the oldest (founded in 1575) and possibly most renowned of the universities in the Netherlands. Leiden’s Faculty of Humanities is home to more than 5,000 students, who are able to choose from no fewer than 23 BA programmes and 28 MA programmes, including Research Masters. The faculty is an international centre for study of the world’s languages, cultures, nations, politics, economics, and history.
The Bachelor International Studies degree:
- is unique in its tight interdisciplinary and comparative design
- is completely taught in English
- builds on a broad range of area expertise
- offers an innovative combination of comparative regional studies in an international setting
- provides the opportunity to learn an additional foreign language
- features an international classroom and lecturers from over the world
- offers small tutorial groups and second-year student mentors
- paves the way to an excellent perspective in a globalising world
- is located in the international City of Peace and Justice: The Hague
Check out the Bachelor’s programme of International Studies.