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Leiden University-Master (C)

 

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T V

 

Course Name
Credits/ Year
Requirement

Chemistry and Education

  • A BSc degree Molecular Science and Technology (MST) from Leiden/Delft.
  • All other students with a BSc degree in Chemistry, or in a field related to Chemistry, at a different (international) University or HBO Hogeschool, can apply for admission. The Board of Admissions judges each application on the basis of the content of the BSc curriculum and on the grades obtained previously. In general, only students with an outstanding track record and an outstanding research internship will be admitted.
  • As a guideline, HBO students should have obtained their BSc degree within four years with an average final grade of at least 7.5 and a research internship grade of at least 8.0.
  • Copy of English proficiency certificate evidenced by appropriate language test.
    - IELTS: minimum 6.5
    - TOEFL: internet based 90
    - Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE), minimum grade C
    This requirement does not apply if you have completed your education in Canada, USA, UK, Ireland, New Zealand or Australia, or or possess an International Baccalaureate.
  • The Education specialisation (EDU) requires proof of proficiency in Dutch.

Chemistry and Science-Based Business

  • A BSc degree Molecular Science and Technology (MST) from Leiden/Delft.
  • All other students with a BSc degree in Chemistry, or in a field related to Chemistry, at a different (international) University or HBO Hogeschool, can apply for admission. The Board of Admissions judges each application on the basis of the content of the BSc curriculum and on the grades obtained previously. In general, only students with an outstanding track record and an outstanding research internship will be admitted.
  • As a guideline, HBO students should have obtained their BSc degree within four years with an average final grade of at least 7.5 and a research internship grade of at least 8.0.
  • Copy of English proficiency certificate evidenced by appropriate language test.
    - IELTS: minimum 6.5
    - TOEFL: internet based 90
    - Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE), minimum grade C
    This requirement does not apply if you have completed your education in Canada, USA, UK, Ireland, New Zealand or Australia, or or possess an International Baccalaureate.
  • The Education specialisation (EDU) requires proof of proficiency in Dutch.
Chemistry and Science Communication and Society
  • A BSc degree Molecular Science and Technology (MST) from Leiden/Delft.
  • All other students with a BSc degree in Chemistry, or in a field related to Chemistry, at a different (international) University or HBO Hogeschool, can apply for admission. The Board of Admissions judges each application on the basis of the content of the BSc curriculum and on the grades obtained previously. In general, only students with an outstanding track record and an outstanding research internship will be admitted.
  • As a guideline, HBO students should have obtained their BSc degree within four years with an average final grade of at least 7.5 and a research internship grade of at least 8.0.
  • Copy of English proficiency certificate evidenced by appropriate language test.
    - IELTS: minimum 6.5
    - TOEFL: internet based 90
    - Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE), minimum grade C
    This requirement does not apply if you have completed your education in Canada, USA, UK, Ireland, New Zealand or Australia, or or possess an International Baccalaureate.
  • The Education specialisation (EDU) requires proof of proficiency in Dutch.
Child and Adolescent Psychology

Prospective students should:

  • possess a bachelor’s degree from a university programme or an equivalent degree and possess the skills, understanding and knowledge that are required for earning the bachelor’s degree; more specific within this bachelor programme the knowledge on university level of the following topics:
    • Introduction to Psychology
    • Social and Organisational Psychology
    • Personality Psychology
    • Cognitive Psychology
    • Neuropsychology and/or Psychophysiology and/or Biopsychology
    • Clinical and abnormal Psychology
    • Developmental and educational Psychology
    • Theory or training in interpersonal skills, such as interview, counselling, discussion techniques..
    • Theory or training in psycho diagnostics
    • Advanced courses (at least 30 ec) on a third year Bachelor level on topics pertaining to the preferred master specialisation within the MSc Psychology.
      and
  • Have sufficient knowledge of methods and statistics (at least 20 EC): introductory and more advanced courses in methods and statistics of psychological research (including psychometrics, multivariate data analysis) and the use of SPSS;
  • Have earned the degree of bachelor at a university not being a university of professional education, or demonstrate the ability to meet the requirements for such a degree;
  • Have proof of thorough proficiency in English: English language test IELTS overall 7.0 and band scores 6.5/ TOEFL IBT 100, band scores 22 (reading), 22 (listening), 22 (speaking) and 25 (writing)/Cambridge CPE-C evidenced by an appropriate test
    This requirement does not apply if you have:
    • completed your education in Canada, USA, UK, Ireland, New Zealand or Australia, or
    • an International Baccalaureate, or
    • a Dutch VWO diploma
Child and Family Science

The master’s degree programme Education and Child Studies is an academic, not a vocational programme. It offers research-based knowledge about education and child development.

Applicants need to meet the following entry requirements:

  • possess the skills, understanding and knowledge that are required for earning the bachelor’s degree in Education and Child Studies (Leiden University). This includes both substantive knowledge about education and child development and training in academic research methods and statistics;
  • have earned the bachelor’s degree at a university not being a university of professional education, or demonstrate to meet the requirements for such a degree.

 

Language requirements

Students should be sufficiently proficient in the language of instruction. Required for master’s specialisations in English is

  • a TOEFL score of at least
    • 600 (paper based)
    • 250 (computer based)
    • 100 (internet based) or
  • an IELTS test of at least level 7
  • writing proficiency in English at the pre-university education level.

The tests and/or certificates that are accepted by Leiden University as proof of the required level of English proficiency are part of the International Code of Conduct and therefore legally binding; no exceptions can be made.

This requirement does not apply for students who have completed their education in Canada, USA, UK, Ireland, New Zealand or Australia, or students who are in possession of an international baccalaureate.

Chinese Linguistics
  • A bachelor’s degree from a university, equivalent to the level of a Dutch academic bachelor’s degree
  • Knowledge, understanding and skills comparable to those acquired upon graduating from the Bachelor’s programme in Linguistics from Leiden University (for example a Bachelor’s degree in China Studies with a focus on or a minor in linguistics).
  • Sufficient command of English (IELTS 7.0, TOEFL 100 (internet-based) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE)).
Chinese Studies
  • A bachelor’s degree from a university, equivalent to the level of a Dutch academic bachelor’s degree, in Humanities or Social Sciences.
  • Applicants should have completed components at the bachelor’s level equivalent to at least 30 ECTS on at least three out of six disciplines of one or more East Asian countries or regions:
    • history, art, culture, politics, society or economy
  • Proven knowledge of sinological traditions and of pre-modern and modern China.
  • Sufficient command of Chinese, at least level 4 (new HSK) or Level 3 (TOCFL)
  • Sufficient command of English (IELTS 7.0, TOEFL 100 (internet-based) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE)).

Cities, Migration and Global Interdependence

  • A bachelor’s degree from a university, equivalent to the level of a Dutch academic bachelor’s degree
  • Knowledge, understanding and skills comparable to those acquired upon graduating from the Bachelor’s programme in History from Leiden University, specifically:
  • Ability to conduct independent empirical research.
  • Ability to read academic literature and reflect critically on it.
  • Knowledge of general history and the ability to present findings (based on a critical reading of the literature or based on empirical research) in a systematic and analytical manner.
  • Ability to write a thesis with proper references to the literature.
  • Sufficient command of English (IELTS 7.0, TOEFL 100 (internet-based) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE)).
Cities, Migration and Global Interdependence (research)
  • A bachelor’s degree from a university, equivalent to the level of a Dutch academic bachelor’s degree, in History or a comparable degree with a relevant specialisation
  • Good grades comparable with an average mark of at least 7.5 (Dutch grading system) for the entire bachelor’s programme, and a grade for the bachelor’s thesis of an 8 or higher..
  • Appropriate qualities regarding knowledge, understanding and skills;
  • The ability to conduct independent empirical research.
  • The ability to read academic literature and reflect critically on it.
  • Knowledge of general history and be able to present the findings (based on a critical reading of the literature or based on empirical research) in a systematic and analytical manner.
  • The ability to write a thesis with proper references to the literature.
  • Sufficient command of English (IELTS 7.0, TOEFL 100 (internet-based) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE). For a list of exceptions, see the website on language requirements.
  • Sufficient knowledge of languages (other than English) relevant for study and research within the chosen specialisation.
Classical and Mediterranean Archaeology

Entry requirements for this programme:

  • BA degree (or equivalent) in Archaeology or relevant discipline. Additional specific requirements may apply per specialisation area.
  • Students with an average overall grade of 6,0 or lower (Dutch grading system) will not be accepted. In some cases a pre-master will be recommended.
  • Students with an average overall grade between 6,0 and 6,5 and/or unconvincing letter of motivation (in terms of content or linguistics), and/or students with a study delay of more than one year may be invited for an interview, after which the Admission Committee will decide upon admission.
  • Students with an average overall grade of 6,5 or higher will be admitted unconditionally.
    (Please note: the average overall grade consists of all BA2 and BA3 grades.)

Students with a higher professional education (HBO) diploma in Archaeology from Saxion Next in Deventer who followed the pre-master’s programme can be admitted to the master’s programme at Leiden’s Faculty of Archaeology.

There needs to be a good match between the two chosen specialisations, the specialisations have to be approved by the Admissions Committee.

 

Language requirements

There is an additional language requirement (not applicable for Dutch students, students from Canada, USA, UK, Ireland, New Zealand or Australia, and students with an International Baccalaureate);

  • IELTS 7,0 (average score), with a minimum of 6,0 for all four separate skills.
  • TOEFL: 600 paper-based/250 computer-based/100 internet-based.
    evidenced by an appropriate test.

Students with an IELTS score of 6,5 or TOEFL 570 paper-based/230 computer-based/90 internet-based may be admitted on the condition of a successfully completed pre-sessional English language course at the Leiden University Language Centre. In order to be admitted to the pre-sessional course, the application needs to be submitted before 1 April.

Classics
  • A bachelor’s degree from a university, equivalent to the level of a Dutch academic bachelor’s degree
  • Comparable qualities in the field of knowledge, understanding and skills with those acquired upon graduating from the bachelor Classics (Leiden University)
  • Applicants should have completed components at the bachelor’s level equivalent to at least for at least 95 ECTS, and consequently show the ability to read and analyse Greek and Latin text in the original language
  • A good command of English as demonstrated by IELTS 7.0, TOEFL100 (internet-based), or CPE (A, B or C) evidenced by an appropriate test.

Computer Science and Science Communication and Society

  • A BSc degree Computer Science or a BSc degree with a major in Computer Science from Leiden University. Students holding such degree will directly be admitted to the programme.
  • For all other candidates, the Admission Committee will determine the equivalence of their previous training with an aforementioned Bachelor of Science degree. The choice of courses in the Master of Science programme may be limited by the need to adapt the programme to the present knowledge of the candidate.
  • Applicants with a higher professional education (hbo) degree in a related field of science are eligible to be admitted to the master’s programme. For more information, please contact the study adviser.
  • * Copy of English proficiency certificate evidenced by appropriate language test.
    - IELTS: minimum 6.5
    - TOEFL: internet based 90
    - Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE), minimum grade C
    This requirement does not apply if you have:
    • completed your education in Canada, USA, UK, Ireland, New Zealand or Australia, or
    • an International Baccalaureate
  • The admission process may include an interview by the Admissions Committee
Criminal Justice

In order to be considered for the Criminal Justice master’s programme, you should:

  • have a bachelor’s degree in Criminology or a bachelor’s degree in law or another discipline related to criminology and criminal justice.
  • have proven English language proficiency, demonstrated by way of a TOEFL test (overall score of 100 Internet-based) or IELTS test (overall score of 7.0), or Cambridge English Proficiency certificate (CPE), evidenced by an appropriate test, occasionally complemented by a telephone interview.
  • in addition to the above-mentioned overall English test scores, minimum band scores of IELTS 6.0 (TOEFL 20) are required for all sub-sections.

This requirement does not apply if you have:

  • completed your education in Canada (exept Quebec), USA, UK, Ireland, New Zealand or Australia
  • an International Baccalaureate

NOTE:
Applicants may be offered admission to a one-month presessional English course prior to entry if they have the following English language test scores – this always at the discretion of the programme admission board:

  • An overall English score of IELTS 6.5 (TOEFL 90) – with no band scores lower than IELTS 5.5 (TOEFL 17)
  • A sufficient overall English score, but one or more band score of IELTS 5.5 (TOEFL 17)

Crisis and Security Management

  • Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration from a Dutch university, or
  • Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration obtained from an EAPAA-accredited university
  • Candidates should include a statement of purpose (maximum of 2 A4 pages) in English, in which the candidate explains his/her motivation for applying to the programme.
    • The statement of purpose serves to help the Board of Admissions form an impression of the applicant and understand why he or she is interested in our Master’s programme. It should explain the reasons why the applicant would like to join the programme. This can be done by referring to one’s personal and professional background and interests, by explaining what aspects of the programme the applicant finds particularly interesting or how the programme might contribute to the achievement of the applicant’s personal goals.

Students who have a Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration from Leiden University are always eligible for admission. All others need to apply through Studielink and through the online application system.

Additional requirements for non-dutch students

  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Public Administration, Political Science, or an equivalent Bachelor’s or Master’s degree
  • Candidates must have obtained pass grades in the following subjects:
    - Public Administration
    - Organisation and Policy theory
    - Research methods
    - Sociology
    Candidates who lack these subjects are required to compensate by taking courses of the Pre-Master’s programme.
  • 2016-2017: Proof of sufficient proficiency in English: IELTS 7.0 / TOEFL IBT 100 / Cambridge CPE-C, evidenced by an appropriate test.
  • 2017-2018: Proof of sufficient proficiency in English: IELTS overall 7.0 and band scores 6.5 or TOEFL IBT 100, band scores 22 (reading), 22 (listening), 22 (speaking) and 25 (writing) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE);: I), evidenced by an appropriate test.
    This requirement does not apply if you have:
    • completed your education in Canada (except Quebec), USA, UK, Ireland, New Zealand or Australia, or
    • an (English-taught) International Baccalaureate
    • received or will receive a diploma from a Dutch institute for higher professional education (HBO) or from a Dutch university, accredited by the NVAO

 

Documents for application
The following documents are required: diploma (or indicate when you expect to graduate), transcript of results- preferably with grade average, CV, letter of motivation, copy ID. If you graduate from a school of university outside the Netherlands you also need to upload the TOEFL/IELTS test (or indicate when you expect the results).

Culture and Politics
  • A bachelor’s degree from a university, equivalent to the level of a Dutch academic bachelor’s degree, in the field of social sciences, humanities, law or economics.
  • Applicants should have completed components at the bachelor’s level equivalent to at least 30 EC in the field of International Studies with comparable content and course objectives (e.g. Global History (5 EC), Introduction to Area Studies (5 EC), Globalisation, Culture and Language (5 EC), International Economics (5 EC), International Politics (5 EC), Politics of a specific area (i.e. Africa, East Asia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, North America, Russia and Eurasia, South and Southeast Asia) (5 EC)).
  • Sufficient command of English (IELTS 7.0, TOEFL 100 (internet-based) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE); for the ‘speaking’ and ‘writing’ components a minimum score of IELTS 7.0 or TOEFL25 is required). For a list of exceptions, see the website on language requirements.
  • From academic year 2017-18 these admission requirements also apply to the specialisations Culture and Politics, Global Conflict and Security, Global Order and Justice, and Global Political Economy will apply.
  • From academic 2017-18 the specialisation Global Political Economy has one extra requirement: applicants must have completed courses on International Economics or International Political Economy equivalent to at least 20 ECTS.

Additional information

  • Apart from the generally required documents, for this programme, additional documents are required.
    • A sample of written work (e.g. a BA thesis)
    • A clear indication in your motivation letter of the focus area(s) of the programme that you wish to study (700-1500 words);
  • In the motivation letter, the student should list the courses in International Studies they have taken, including the course objectives and key readings
  • Applicants who have not completed components worth at least 30 ECTS in the field of International Studies as noted above are required to submit a 1,250 word essay as part of the admission process.
Cyber Security
  • A completed master’s degree from a university (of applied sciences) in a relevant discipline
  • Adequate proficiency in the English language
  • Several years of relevant professional experience
Classics (research)
  • A bachelor’s degree from a university, equivalent to the level of a Dutch academic bachelor’s degree, in Classics or a comparable discipline
  • Good grades comparable with an average mark of at least 7.5 (Dutch grading system) for the entire bachelor’s programme, and a grade for the bachelor’s thesis of an 8 or higher.
  • Applicants should have completed at least 95 ECTS in courses in Greek and Latin texts in the original language.
  • Sufficient command of English (IELTS 7.0, TOEFL 100 (internet-based) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE). For a list of exceptions, see the website on language requirements.

 

Additional information

  • Applicants with a degree from a Dutch University of Applied Sciences (HBO) are not eligible for admission.
  • If you are a student with an international degree, please show clearly in your application file how much original ancient Greek and Latin you have done (indicate for example the number of pages read, whether you studied original texts or translations, and specify the contents of the various subjects).
Clinical and Health Psychology (research)
  • possess the skills, understanding and knowledge that are required for earning the bachelor’s degree in Psychology or a related field; including the basic knowledge on university level of the following components:
    • introduction to psychology
    • social and organisational psychology
    • personality psychology
    • cognitive psychology
    • neuropsychology and/or psychophysiology and/or biopsychology
    • clinical psychology
    • developmental and educational psychology
      and
    • advanced courses (at least 30 ec) on a third year Bachelor level on topics pertaining to the preferred master specialisation within the MSc Psychology.
      and
    • have sufficient knowledge of Methodology and Statistics (at least 20 EC): introductory and more advanced courses in methods and statistics of psychological research (including psychometrics, multivariate data analysis) and the use of SPSS.
  • have earned the degree of Bachelor at a university, or demonstrate to meet the requirements for such a degree;
    and
  • have proof of thorough proficiency in written and spoken English, e.g. by means of an IELTS score of 7,5 or a TOEFL score of 113/263/625 or equivalent (for non-native speakers of English) with at least an IELTS score of 7,0 on partial scales of these tests and at least a TOEFL score of 25 (reading), 25 (listening), 23 (speaking) and 27 (writing) on partial scales of these tests.
  • A high grade for the bachelor thesis (7.5 or higher or ranking among the top 20 per cent of your class).
  • A high average grade for coursework (7.5 or higher or ranking among the top 20 per cent of your class).
  • Students are admitted to a specific track. They can change tracks until the beginning of the second semester if they meet the conditions for this second track.

Note: An HBO diploma does not give admission to this master’s programme.

Clinical Neuropsychology
  • possess a bachelor’s degree from a university programme or an equivalent degree and possess the skills, understanding and knowledge that are required for earning the bachelor’s degree; more specific within this bachelor programme the knowledge on university level of the following topics:
    • Introduction to Psychology
    • Social and Organisational Psychology
    • Personality Psychology
    • Cognitive Psychology
    • Neuropsychology and/or Psychophysiology and/or Biopsychology
    • Clinical and abnormal Psychology
    • Developmental and educational Psychology
    • Theory or training in interpersonal skills, such as interview, counselling, discussion techniques..
    • Theory or training in psycho diagnostics
    • Advanced courses (at least 30 ec) on a third year Bachelor level on topics pertaining to the preferred master specialisation within the MSc Psychology.
      and
  • Have sufficient knowledge of methods and statistics (at least 20 EC): introductory and more advanced courses in methods and statistics of psychological research (including psychometrics, multivariate data analysis) and the use of SPSS;
  • Have earned the degree of bachelor at a university not being a university of professional education, or demonstrate the ability to meet the requirements for such a degree;
  • Have proof of thorough proficiency in English: English language test IELTS overall 7.0 and band scores 6.5/ TOEFL IBT 100, band scores 22 (reading), 22 (listening), 22 (speaking) and 25 (writing)/Cambridge CPE-C evidenced by an appropriate test
    This requirement does not apply if you have:
    • completed your education in Canada, USA, UK, Ireland, New Zealand or Australia, or
    • an International Baccalaureate, or
    • a Dutch VWO diploma
Clinical Psychology
  • possess a bachelor’s degree from a university programme or an equivalent degree and possess the skills, understanding and knowledge that are required for earning the bachelor’s degree; more specific within this bachelor programme the knowledge on university level of the following topics:
    • Introduction to Psychology
    • Social and Organisational Psychology
    • Personality Psychology
    • Cognitive Psychology
    • Neuropsychology and/or Psychophysiology and/or Biopsychology
    • Clinical and abnormal Psychology
    • Developmental and educational Psychology
    • Theory or training in interpersonal skills, such as interview, counselling, discussion techniques..
    • Theory or training in psycho diagnostics
    • Advanced courses (at least 30 ec) on a third year Bachelor level on topics pertaining to the preferred master specialisation within the MSc Psychology.
      and
  • Have sufficient knowledge of methods and statistics (at least 20 EC): introductory and more advanced courses in methods and statistics of psychological research (including psychometrics, multivariate data analysis) and the use of SPSS;
  • Have earned the degree of bachelor at a university not being a university of professional education, or demonstrate the ability to meet the requirements for such a degree;
  • Have proof of thorough proficiency in English: English language test IELTS overall 7.0 and band scores 6.5/ TOEFL IBT 100, band scores 22 (reading), 22 (listening), 22 (speaking) and 25 (writing)/Cambridge CPE-C evidenced by an appropriate test
    This requirement does not apply if you have:
    • completed your education in Canada, USA, UK, Ireland, New Zealand or Australia, or
    • an International Baccalaureate, or
    • a Dutch VWO diploma

Cognitive Neuroscience (research)

  • possess the skills, understanding and knowledge that are required for earning the bachelor’s degree in Psychology or a related field; including the basic knowledge on university level of the following components:
    • introduction to psychology
    • social and organisational psychology
    • personality psychology
    • cognitive psychology
    • neuropsychology and/or psychophysiology and/or biopsychology
    • clinical psychology
    • developmental and educational psychology
      and
    • advanced courses (at least 30 ec) on a third year Bachelor level on topics pertaining to the preferred master specialisation within the MSc Psychology.
      and
    • have sufficient knowledge of Methodology and Statistics (at least 20 EC): introductory and more advanced courses in methods and statistics of psychological research (including psychometrics, multivariate data analysis) and the use of SPSS.
  • have earned the degree of Bachelor at a university, or demonstrate to meet the requirements for such a degree;
    and
  • have proof of thorough proficiency in written and spoken English, e.g. by means of an IELTS score of 7,5 or a TOEFL score of 113/263/625 or equivalent (for non-native speakers of English) with at least an IELTS score of 7,0 on partial scales of these tests and at least a TOEFL score of 25 (reading), 25 (listening), 23 (speaking) and 27 (writing) on partial scales of these tests.
  • A high grade for the bachelor thesis (7.5 or higher or ranking among the top 20 per cent of your class).
  • A high average grade for coursework (7.5 or higher or ranking among the top 20 per cent of your class).
  • Students are admitted to a specific track. They can change tracks until the beginning of the second semester if they meet the conditions for this second track.

Note: An HBO diploma does not give admission to this master’s programme.

Colonial and Global History
  • A bachelor’s degree from a university, equivalent to the level of a Dutch academic bachelor’s degree
  • Knowledge, understanding and skills comparable to those acquired upon graduating from the Bachelor’s programme in History from Leiden University, specifically:
  • Ability to conduct independent empirical research.
  • Ability to read academic literature and reflect critically on it.
  • Knowledge of general history and the ability to present findings (based on a critical reading of the literature or based on empirical research) in a systematic and analytical manner.
  • Ability to write a thesis with proper references to the literature.
  • Sufficient command of English (IELTS 7.0, TOEFL 100 (internet-based) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE)).

 

Additional information

  • Applicants may be asked to submit a writing sample, proving these qualities in the field of knowledge, understanding and skills.
  • Applicants with a Bachelor’s degree in History of a university of applied science (HBO) will be admitted after completing the pre-master’s programme.

Colonial and Global History (research)

  • A bachelor’s degree from a university, equivalent to the level of a Dutch academic bachelor’s degree, in History or a comparable degree with a relevant specialisation
  • Good grades comparable with an average mark of at least 7.5 (Dutch grading system) for the entire bachelor’s programme, and a grade for the bachelor’s thesis of an 8 or higher..
  • Appropriate qualities regarding knowledge, understanding and skills;
  • The ability to conduct independent empirical research.
  • The ability to read academic literature and reflect critically on it.
  • Knowledge of general history and be able to present the findings (based on a critical reading of the literature or based on empirical research) in a systematic and analytical manner.
  • The ability to write a thesis with proper references to the literature.
  • Sufficient command of English (IELTS 7.0, TOEFL 100 (internet-based) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE).
  • Sufficient knowledge of languages (other than English) relevant for study and research within the chosen specialisation.

 

Additional Information

  • Applicants with a degree from a Dutch University of Applied Sciences (HBO) are not eligible for admission.
Comparative Indo-European Linguistics
  • A bachelor’s degree from a university, equivalent to the level of a Dutch academic bachelor’s degree, in Linguistics, Classics, Indology, Slavic or Old Germanic.
  • Knowledge, understanding and skills comparable to those acquired upon graduating from the Bachelor’s programme in Linguistics from Leiden University with a specialisation in Comparative Indo-European Linguistics.
  • Sufficient command of English (IELTS 7.0, TOEFL 100 (internet-based) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE); for the ‘speaking’ and ‘writing’ components a minimum score of IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL22 is required).

 

Additional information

  • Applicants with a degree from a Dutch University of Applied Sciences (HBO) are not eligible for admission.
Comparative Literature and Literary Theory
  • A bachelor’s degree from a university, equivalent to the level of a Dutch academic bachelor’s degree
  • Knowledge, understanding and skills comparable to those acquired upon graduating from the Bachelor’s programme in Film and Literary Studies from Leiden University with a specialisation in Literary Studies, specifically:
    • Elementary knowledge of the foundations of comparative literature and literary theory.
    • A broader theoretical and historical focus on the literary phenomenon as part of the cultural domain in general.
    • Analytical skills to produce adequate close readings of literary texts.
    • Skills in the use library information systems
  • Sufficient command of English (IELTS 7.0, TOEFL 100 (internet-based) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE); for the ‘writing’ and ‘reading’ components a minimum score of IELTS 7.0 or TOEFL25 is required).

 

Additional information

  • Applicants with a bachelor’s degree in a related field from a university of applied sciences (HBO) as well as for students with a related bachelor’s degree from a university, who do not fulfil the admission requirements above might be eligible for a premaster’s programme, and will be admitted after completing this pre-master’s programme. See the pre-master’s page for more details

Computer Science and Advanced Data Analytics

  • A BSc degree Computer Science or a BSc degree with a major in Computer Science from Leiden University. Students holding such degree will directly be admitted to the programme.
  • For all other candidates, the Admission Committee will determine the equivalence of their previous training with an aforementioned Bachelor of Science degree. The choice of courses in the Master of Science programme may be limited by the need to adapt the programme to the present knowledge of the candidate.
  • Applicants with a higher professional education (hbo) degree in a related field of science are eligible to be admitted to the master’s programme. For more information, please contact the study adviser.
  • * Copy of English proficiency certificate evidenced by appropriate language test.
    - IELTS: minimum 6.5
    - TOEFL: internet based 90
    - Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE), minimum grade C
    This requirement does not apply if you have:
    • completed your education in Canada, USA, UK, Ireland, New Zealand or Australia, or
    • an International Baccalaureate
  • The admission process may include an interview by the Admissions Committee

Computer Science and Science-Based Business

  • A BSc degree Computer Science or a BSc degree with a major in Computer Science from Leiden University. Students holding such degree will directly be admitted to the programme.
  • For all other candidates, the Admission Committee will determine the equivalence of their previous training with an aforementioned Bachelor of Science degree. The choice of courses in the Master of Science programme may be limited by the need to adapt the programme to the present knowledge of the candidate.
  • Applicants with a higher professional education (hbo) degree in a related field of science are eligible to be admitted to the master’s programme. For more information, please contact the study adviser.
  • * Copy of English proficiency certificate evidenced by appropriate language test.
    - IELTS: minimum 6.5
    - TOEFL: internet based 90
    - Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE), minimum grade C
    This requirement does not apply if you have:
    • completed your education in Canada, USA, UK, Ireland, New Zealand or Australia, or
    • an International Baccalaureate
  • The admission process may include an interview by the Admissions Committee

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