For students registered at Leiden University who want to study, do research or do an internship at an institution or in a company outside the European Economic Area.
If you want to start your Master in Archaeology in February 2017, be sure to heed the following deadline!
Dean’s Lecture: Shifting Landscapes: Archaeological Perspectives of West Africa in the Atlantic World
On Thursday November 17, Professor Christopher R. DeCorse (Syracuse University) will give a lecture on the impact of the Atlantic World on Africa's societies and cultures. This lecture is part of the Dean's Lecture series, a high level series of lectures given by prominent archaeologists and intellectuals. Everyone is welcome!
In the new student’s website, you will gain access to all relevant information via the Directions (Wegwijzer) menu.
If you want to graduate in February 2017, please take note of the following thesis deadlines.
On the 9th of December (10:00-12:00) a Faculty Field School and Internship Market will be organized!
The course "Greece. Cradle of civilization?" can host up till 25 participants and is intended for BA-students from all Dutch Universities, with at least 48 EC in the Humanities.
On Thursday November 17, several speakers will present their work within Archol and the Faculty of Archaeology. All staff and students are cordially invited!
Do you want to excavate in the Near East / Mediterranean? Join the Chalcolithic excavations at Palloures 2017!
The board of the BABESCH Foundation has the pleasure to invite you to the annual Byvanck lecture on Tuesday November 29th 2016.
Professor Jan Boersema (Institute of Envionmental Sciences) will talk about Easter Island, the island's dwindling resources and its inhabitant's cultural resilience.
A new student's website is in the works!
Come to the workshop SETinSTONE I on december 9-10, at Leiden University!
Apply now for the international class Challenging Eternity! Study the complex interrelations between urban development, politics and the preservation and transformation of cultural heritage in Rome, the Eternal City.
Are you ready to work on your future career? Visit Career Time and have your CV checked!
On thursday the 17th of November 2016 the new Egypt exhibit is opening at the National Museum of Antiquities (RmO) in Leiden! Don't miss it!
This year the NINO offers a series of lectures on the Near East and Egypt through looking at photographic collections! Some are in Dutch, but some in English!
Students with learning disabilities such as dyslexia or autism have the right to take written exams in a separate room. You will also get more time to finish the exam (3 hours). This also applies to retakes.
The Exchange open office hours that normally take place on Thursdays, 10-12 hrs, will be moved to Tuesdays, 12-14 hrs. This change will come into effect on Tuesday 4 October, until the end of November.
Win 5000 euro's by taking part in the Van Bergen Contest, and bring Dutch and international students together!