25 February: Bachelor’s Open Day

Why visit our Bachelor’s Open Day at Leiden University?

Register and discover our bachelor’s programmes

Are you thinking about studying in The Netherlands and are you wondering what Leiden University has to offer? During the Bachelor’s Open Day on Saturday 25 February from 9:00-17:30 you’ll find out which bachelor’s programme suits you!

You need to be registered in advance if you plan to attend the Open Day. You are welcome to bring 1 parent or supervisor to the presentation. If you wish to bring both your parents, one of them is welcome to look around at the Information Market in the Pieterskerk and talk with the teachers, students and study advisers.

Arrange your own personal guide!

Our student will show you where you need to be and will share his or hers experience with studying at Leiden University and living in The Netherlands. Interested? Let us know while registering!

Discover our city

Discover all that there is to experience in Leiden and visit the city’s biggest student living room: The Fusion! Discover the many festivals and events that Leiden has to offer and find out about Leiden’s student associations. Moreover, you can join a tour through Leiden by foot or explore this beautiful student city by boat. Did you know that Leiden is situated near to Amsterdam and that The Netherlands is in the heart of Europe?


Do you have any questions about your registration or the programme of the Open Day?

Visit the Bachelor's Open Day of Leiden University

sign up button bachelor's open day

keep me posted on the Open Dag of 14 October 2017

Can’t make it to the Open Day on 25 February, or are the information sessions of your choice full?
The next Open Day is on 14 October. Leave your details below and we will keep you posted on when you can register for the next Open Day.

Testimonial Open Day - Arianna Berardi

‘I’ve read already some information about the programme online before I visited the Bachelor’s Open Day; but now I want to get more first-hand information. Like, what subjects can I choose? What do students really like about this programme? And what kind of job can you do once you’ve graduated?’