ترجمه رسمی مدارک

با بهترین کیفیت تا 15 درصد تخفیف

اخذ مدرک زبان

تافل و آیلتس با تخفیف 15 درصد

جستجوی آسان

به راحتی رشته خود را بیابید

خرید آنلاین و امن

تهیه بلیط امن از 2 تا .. درصد تخفیف

Leiden University-Master (E)

 

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
East Asian Studies
  • A bachelor’s degree from a university, equivalent to the level of a Dutch academic bachelor’s degree, in Humanities or Social Sciences.
  • Sufficient command of either Chinese, Japanese or Korean:
    • Sufficient command of Chinese, at least level 4 (new HSK) or Level 3 (TOCFL)
    • Japanese: a level comparable with the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) Level N2
    • Korean: a level of at least B1 on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
  • Sufficient command of English (IELTS 7.0, TOEFL 100 (internet-based) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE)).

Additional information

  • Apart from the generally required documents, for this programme, additional documents are required:
    • For Chinese: HSK or TOP certificate. Applicants without these certificates are requested to include in their dossier 1) a letter from the head of the language programme they completed indicating that the candidates’ language proficiency is indeed comparable to this level, and 2) a detailed specification of the number of EC earned in language training.
    • For Japanese: JLPT N2 certificate. Applicants without this certificate are requested to include in their dossier 1) a letter from the head of the language programme they completed indicating that the candidates’ language proficiency is indeed comparable to this level, and 2) a detailed specification of the number of EC earned in language training.
    • For Korean: all applicants are requested to include in their dossier 1) a letter from the head of the language programme they completed indicating that the candidates’ language proficiency is indeed comparable to this level, and 2) a detailed specification of the number of EC earned in language training.
    • Any relevant additional documentation concerning proficiency in the relevant language.
  • Applicants with a bachelor’s degree from a university of applied sciences (HBO) or a bachelor’s degree from an academic university who do not meet the entry requirements may be eligible for an individual bridging programme. To be eligible for a bridging programme, the applicant’s BA degree must be within a relevant regional or disciplinary specialisation and he or she must have adequate proficiency in the language of the specialisation. Please contact the bridging programme’s Co-ordinator of Studies for more information.
  • An important aspect of the programme is advanced language acquisition in Japanese, Korean, or Chinese; at least 10 EC of the programme are dedicated to language training. Because an important distinguishing aspect of the programme is advanced language acquisition in Chinese, Japanse or Korean this specialisation is not suitable for native speakers, or for persons with a level 6 (HSK New Style) or equivalent level 6 (TOCFL), or a BA or MA degree from a Japanese university, or a higher TOPIC level than required. This does not apply to applicants who wish to continue their learning of another East Asian language at an advanced level (for instance Chinese speakers learning Japanese or Korean).

Economic and Consumer 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 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 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
Economics and Governance

In order to be considered for the Public Administration Master’s programme, you should possess:

  • a Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration or a Bachelor’s degree in a closely related discipline from a recognised university.

Related disciplines are considered to be Political Science, Public Management, Public Policy, Economics, Business Management, and Sociology. In exceptional cases, a bachelor’s degree in International Relations, International Studies, European Studies, or Organization Studies will be acceptable, provided that a substantial number of courses related to public administration are included in the bachelor’s programme.

 

In case you have a Bachelor’s degree in another discipline in the

  • social and behavioral sciences (for example, Psychology)
  • Law
  • or the humanities (for example, History)
  • and you have demonstrated academic excellence, proficiency in English, and interest in issues of public policy and administration (evidenced in, for example, the choice of elective courses, Minor programs, internships, or work experience), you might be considered for admission to a bridging programme (pre-master). Successfully completing the pre-master programme grants access to the Public Administration Master’s programme.
Educational 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.

Egyptology (research)

Research master’s programmes are two-year programmes focusing on research. They are aimed at students who have proven affinity with and aptitude for scholarly research.

The entry requirements are as follows:

  • A bachelor’s degree from a university, equivalent to the level of a Dutch academic bachelor’s degree
  • 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.
  • Detailed knowledge of at least one of the following requirements:
    • The grammar of the most important phases of the Egyptian language, of the relevant scripts and of the historical development of the language and scripts.
    • The archaeology, the material culture and art history of the region involved.
    • The cultural history of the region involved, including its literature, its religion, and its social structure.
  • Sufficient command of English (IELTS 7.0, TOEFL 100 (internet-based) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE)).

 

Additional information

  • Applicants with a degree from a Dutch University of Applied Sciences (HBO) are not eligible for admission.
Egyptology
  • A bachelor’s degree from a university, equivalent to the level of a Dutch academic bachelor’s degree, with a particular focus on Egyptology
  • Detailed knowledge of at least one of the following:
    • the grammar of the most important phases of the Egyptian language, of the relevant scripts and of the historical development of the language and scripts;
    • the archaeology, the material culture and art history of the region involved;
    • the cultural history of the region involved, including its literature, its religion, and its social structure.
  • 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.

 

Additional information

  • Applicants with a degree from a Dutch University of Applied Sciences (HBO) are not eligible for admission.
  • Applicants with a Bachelor’s degree from an academic university who do not meet the entry requirements may be eligible for an individual bridging programme, ranging from 20-60 EC. To be eligible for a bridging programme the applicant’s BA degree must be within a relevant specialisation.
English Language and 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 English Language and Culture from Leiden University.
  • Sufficient command of English (IELTS 7.5, TOEFL 113 (internet-based) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE); a minimum score of IELTS 7.0 or TOEFL 25 is required for each of the four components). The requirement to provide an English language test result applies to all students who have completed a Bachelor’s programme other than the Bachelor’s programme English Language and Culture from Leiden University.

 

Additional information

Applicants with a bachelor’s degree from a university of applied sciences (HBO) in English will be admitted after completing the pre-master’s programme.
English Literature and Culture
  • 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 English Language and Culture from Leiden University, specifically:
    • Knowledge of and insight into the connections with North American literature and culture.
    • Knowledge of and insight into its development over the different periods (Middle Ages, Early Modern, and Modern).
    • Analytical skills needed for specifically literary analysis.
    • A well-developed awareness of the relevant scholarly skills.
  • Sufficient command of English (IELTS 7.5, TOEFL 113 (internet-based) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE); a minimum score of IELTS 7.0 or TOEFL 25 is required for each of the four components).

 

Additional information

  • Applicants with a relevant academic bachelor’s degree, who do not fulfill the admission requirements specified above will be admitted after completing the pre-master’s programme.
  • Students with a bachelor’s degree from a university of applied science (HBO) in English (lerarenopleiding Engels) will be admitted after completing the pre-master’s programme.
Ethics and Politics
  • 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 graduation from the Bachelor’s programme in Philosophy at Leiden University. Specifically applicants should:
    • be able to formulate a clear philosophical research question.
    • be able to formulate their own critical philosophical positions and argue for these coherently.
    • have substantive knowledge of ethics and political philosophy and their history
  • Sufficient command of English (IELTS 7.0, TOEFL 100 (internet-based) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE).

 

Additional information

  • Apart from the generally required documents, additional documents are required. Applicants are requested to enclose a writing sample in English, preferably consisting of no more than 3.500 words. The writing sample should be an academic paper that conveys the applicant’s ability to formulate a philosophical research question and argue their own critical position.
  • Applicants with a degree from a Dutch University of Applied Sciences (HBO) are not eligible for admission.
Europaeum Programme European History and Civilisation: Leiden-Oxford-Paris Programme
  • A bachelor’s degree from a university, equivalent to the level of a Dutch academic bachelor’s degree, with good results.
  • 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.
  • In their previous education applicants should have acquired knowledge and skills that are relevant to the theme of the specialisation MA Europaeum: European History and Civilisation: Leiden-Oxford-Paris Programme.
  • Sufficient command of English (IELTS 7.0, TOEFL 100 (internet-based) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE)).
  • Reading knowledge of French and German is preferred.

 

Additional information

  • This programme has a limited capacity. A maximum of 10 places is available on this programme; the Admissions Board ranks the requests for admission on the fulfilment of the requirements above.
  • Apart from the generally required documents, for this programme additional documents are required in the application file (Applications without the required documents will not be considered):
    • An academic CV (including activities such as student board membership, internships and work experience)
    • Transcripts of the curriculum of previously completed BA- and/or MA-programmes
    • A motivation letter
    • Two academic letters of recommendation in English from instructors who are acquainted with the academic work of the applicant
    • A thesis proposal (ca. 1500 words)
    • Two samples of academic writing (such as chapters, essays, theses) in English
Europe 1000-1800 (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.
Europe 1000-1800
  • 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.
European and International Business Law (Advanced) ;
  • present two letters of recommendation from current or previous professors and/or employers;
  • have a keen interest in matters of European and International Business Law and the (legal) implications thereof, illustrated by a letter of motivation;
  • show documented evidence of relevant (work) experience, i.e., working for a law firm, internships etc. – this information should be include in your curriculum vitae;
  • 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 (except Quebec), USA, UK, Ireland, New Zealand or Australia, or
  • 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)

Meeting the admission requirements does not necessarily guarantee an admission offer. Students are selected on the basis of overall merit.

European and International Human Rights Law (Advanced)
  • a full degree in Law offering access to legal practice in the country where it was obtained or an equivalent degree from a recognised University/Law School; or a degree at an equivalent level in another discipline with a sufficient background in law;
  • evidence of excellent academic performance, illustrated by way of an academic transcript;
  • sufficient academic background in the area of human rights law.

 

Candidates must also have:

  • a keen interest in matters of European and international human rights law, illustrated by a letter of motivation;
  • documented evidence of relevant (work) experience, i.e. employment, internship or voluntary work in the area of human rights, illustrated by way of a detailed curriculum vitae;
  • two letters of reference attesting to good academic and/or professional ability;
  • 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 (except Quebec), USA, UK, Ireland, New Zealand or Australia, or
  • an International Baccalaureate.

NOTE:
Applicants may be offered admission to a 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)

Meeting the admission requirements does not necessarily guarantee an admission offer. Students are selected on the basis of overall merit.

European Law
  • a Bachelor’s in Law (LL.B.) or a Postgraduate Diploma in Law from a recognised university; in exceptional cases a bachelor’s degree in a related discipline (e.g. in Political Science or equivalent) will be acceptable, provided that a substantial number of law courses are included in the bachelor’s programme.
  • 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 (except Quebec), USA, UK, Ireland, New Zealand or Australia, or
  • an International Baccalaureate, as defined here

 

Note:
Applicants may be offered admission to a one-month pre-sessional English language course prior to entry if they have the following English language test scores. Admission to the pre-sessional English language is always at the discretion of the programme admission board and cannot be applied for.

  • 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)

Students who have a LL.B. (Bachelor’s degree) in Law from Leiden University do not have to apply for admission.

Applicants with a higher professional education (HBO) degree are not eligible for admission, but start in the first year of the bachelor’s.

European Tax Law (Advanced)

In order to qualify for admission to the programme, you should:

  • hold a law degree that gives access to the legal professions in the country where the degree was obtained. Graduates from fields other than law (e.g. a graduate degree in economics or business administration) may also be admitted, provided their previous studies included a substantial legal component;
  • demonstrate a sufficiently high performance in their previous studies, validated by marks on their University Degree/Transcript and the accompanying mark criteria, and letters of recommendation from current or previous professors and/or employers;
  • demonstrate a keen interest in EU Tax Law, illustrated by, among other things, a letter of motivation, past experience related to the subject (i.e., work, publications, conference papers);
  • 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 (except Quebec), USA, UK, Ireland, New Zealand or Australia, or
  • an International Baccalaureate.

NOTE:
Applicants may be offered admission to a 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)

Meeting the admission requirements does not necessarily guarantee an admission offer. Students are selected on the basis of overall merit.

European Union Studies
  • 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 ECTS in the field of contemporary European studies with comparable content and course objectives.
  • 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).

 

Additional information

  • Please note that a specific motivation letter for the specialisation of your choice is required. This motivation letter (max. 800 words) should include a clear indication of the reasons why you are applying for European Union Studies.
  • Applicants can be advised to take on additional reading in preparation for specific optional courses, depending on the student’s prior training and background.
  • Applicants with a bachelor’s degree from a university of applied sciences (HBO) in the field of economics, history, political science (and international relations), law or European Studies, with an average grade of at least 7,0 (Dutch grading system) will be admitted after completing the pre-master’s programme.

Evolution, Biodiversity and Conservation

  • A BSc degree in Biology from Leiden University. Students holding such degree will be admitted to the programme.
  • For all other candidates, such as:
    • BSc graduates from other universities
    • graduates with a Bachelor of Science in other natural sciences, life sciences, mathematics or biomedical sciences,
    • applicants with a higher professional education (hbo) degree in a related field of science, or with a diploma in Higher Laboratory Education (hlo)

The Board of Admissions judges each application individually based on content of the BSc curriculum and on the grades obtained previously. As a guideline, hbo students should have obtained their BSc degree with an average final grade of at least 7.5.

The Board of Admissions will assess the equivalence of the previous training to the Dutch Bachelor of Science in Biology, which may result in additional coursework.

The range of optional courses in the MSc programme may be limited by the requirement to adapt the programme to the current knowledge of the candidate. For more information, please contact the study advisor.

  • Copy of English proficiency certificate evidenced by appropriate language test.
    - IELTS: minimum 6.5 (minimum score on each subtest: 6.0)
    - 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, or
    • a Dutch bachelor’s diploma

برای ثبت نظر خود، باید وارد سایت شوید.