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.
Web survey for members of staff and students at Leiden University.
In the new student’s website, you will gain access to all relevant information via the Directions (Wegwijzer) menu.
Do you want to excavate in the Near East / Mediterranean? Join the Chalcolithic excavations at Palloures 2017!
On the 9th of December (10:00-12:00) a Faculty Field School and Internship Market will be organized!
The board of the BABESCH Foundation has the pleasure to invite you to the annual Byvanck lecture on Tuesday November 29th 2016.
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.
The Department of Early Prehistory and Quaternary Ecology of the University of Tübingen is offering two Ph.D. fellowships for up to 3 years in the field of Paleolithic archaeology.
NWO programme ‘PhD Graduations in the Humanities’ is OPEN for 2017! The official call 2017 and procedures will be published in December, but basic information is already available! Don't miss this oppurtunity!
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!
If you want to graduate in February 2017, please take note of the following thesis deadlines.
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.
On 3 November 2016, the thesis tutorial "Mesoamerican art and ritual" will start, intended for MA and RMA students specialising in Heritage of Indigenous Peoples and/or Archaeology of the Americas with a main interest in Mesoamerica.
If you are unable to take an exam (with good reason, such as illness) you are required to notify the Administration Office before the exam takes place. Otherwise you do not have the right to do a retake.
Read about the changes made in the Board of Examiners Rules and Regulations for 2016-2017:
The Faculty of Archaeology computer room (STEEN/F101) is a room reserved for education purposes. Outside course hours the room can be used by students who need to make use of computers. This means the compuer room is not accessible on certain days.
You can visit the Administration Office during the following opening hours: Wednesdays, 14-16 hrs and Fridays, 10-12 hrs.
Exchange coordinator Laura van Hoof is holding open office hours at the Administration Office, every Thursday, 10-12 hrs.