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Leiden University-Master (F & G & H)

 

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
Film and Photographic Studies
  • A bachelor’s degree from a university, equivalent to the level of a Dutch academic bachelor’s degree, in art history, culture studies, visual anthropology, media studies or a similar discipline
  • Knowledge, understanding and skills in analysis of film, photography and/or video comparable with those acquired upon completing the bachelor’s programme Film and Literary Studies from Leiden University with a specialisation in Film Studies
  • 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). For a list of exceptions.

 

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.
French 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 French Language and Culture from Leiden University.
  • A good command of French (the minimum entry level is CEFR C1, as evidenced by an appropriate test (Dalf C1 with a C1 score for each of the subtests).
  • Sufficient command of English (IELTS 7.0, TOEFL 100 (internet-based) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE)).

 

Additional information

Applicants with a bachelor’s degree from a university of applied sciences (HBO) in French will be admitted after completing the pre-master’s programme.
French 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 French Language and Culture from Leiden University, specifically:
    • Knowledge of and insight into the connections with French speaking regions elsewhere in the world (so-called Francophonie).
    • 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 French (the minimum entry level is CEFRC1, as evidenced by an appropriate test (Dalf C1 with a C1 score for each of the subtests)).
  • Sufficient command of English (IELTS 7.0, TOEFL 100 (internet-based) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE)).

 

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. See the pre-master’s page for more details
  • Students with a bachelor’s degree from a university of applied science (HBO) in French (lerarenopleiding Frans) will be admitted after completing the pre-master’s programme. See the pre-master’s page for more details

 

Information for Leiden University students

  • Students who have a Bachelor’s degree in French Language and Culture from Leiden University are always eligible for admission and need to apply through Studielink only.
  • All others need to submit an online application.
German 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 German Language and Culture from Leiden University.
  • A good command of German (the minimum entry level is CEFR C1, as evidenced by an appropriate test (Goethe-Zertifikat C1)).
  • Sufficient command of English (IELTS 7.0, TOEFL 100 (internet-based) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE)).

 

Additional information

Applicants with a bachelor’s degree from a university of applied sciences (HBO) in German will be admitted after completing the pre-master’s programme.
German 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 German Language and Culture from Leiden University, specifically:
    • knowledge of and insight into its development over the different periods (Middle Ages, Early Modern, and Modern);
    • knowledge of and insight into cultural differences between the Netherlands and German speaking regions and elementary Dutch-German intercultural skills;
    • analytical skills needed for specifically literary analysis;
    • a well-developed awareness of the relevant scholarly skills.
  • Sufficient command of German (the minimum entry level is CEFRC1, as evidenced by an appropriate test (Goethe-Zertifikat C1)).
  • Sufficient command of English (IELTS 7.0, TOEFL 100 (internet-based) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE)).

 

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. See the pre-master’s page for more details
  • Students with a bachelor’s degree from a university of applied science (HBO) in German (lerarenopleiding Duits) will be admitted after completing the pre-master’s programme.

Global Conflict in the Modern Era

  • 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).
  • 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.
  • Applicants with a degree from a Dutch University of Applied Sciences (HBO) are not eligible for admission.
Global Ethnography
  • A BA/BSc in Cultural Anthropology-Development Sociology; or a BA/BSc degree with a major in Cultural Anthropology-Development Sociology, or an equivalent from a recognised university. (Students with a Professional Bachelor (HBO) Diploma, can not be admitted to this master’s programme).
  • Basic training in the anthropological research process and methodology (research proposal, fieldwork and data analysis).
  • Proof of proficiency in English: IELTS 7.0 or TOEFL 600/250 (100 for the internet-based TOEFL), 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
  • Dutch VWO diploma

Students who have a BA in CA-DS from Leiden University are directly admissible.

Global Order in Historical Perspective
  • 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).
  • 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.
  • Applicants with a degree from a Dutch University of Applied Sciences (HBO) are not eligible for admission.
Global Political Economy
  • 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).
  • 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.
  • Applicants with a degree from a Dutch University of Applied Sciences (HBO) are not eligible for admission.
Health and Medical 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

Hebrew and Aramaic Studies (research)

  • 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 the grammar of Hebrew or Aramaic, of the relevant scripts and of the historical development of those languages and scripts.
  • 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.
Hebrew and Aramaic Studies
  • A bachelor’s degree from a university, equivalent to the level of a Dutch academic bachelor’s degree in Theology or Semitic Languages
  • Applicants should have completed components at the bachelor’s level equivalent to at least 60 ECTS of academic study of Biblical Hebrew.
  • 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. For a list of exceptions.

 

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.
Heritage Management in a World Context
  • 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.

Heritage of Indigenous Peoples
  • 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.

History and Philosophy of the Sciences

  • 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 systematic philosophy and its 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.
History, Arts and Culture of Asia
  • 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 the history, art and/or culture of one or more East, South or Southeast Asian countries or regions.
  • Sufficient command of English (IELTS 7.0, TOEFL 100 (internet-based) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE)).

 

Additional information

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.

Human Origins (research)

  • A BA in Archaeology with an average final mark of 7.5 over the last two years
  • An 8 or higher for the bachelor’s thesis
  • Proof of English Proficiency IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL 575/232/90 evidenced by an appropriate test.
    This last 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
Human Osteology and Funerary Archaeology
  • have a BA degree (or equivalent) in Archaeology or relevant discipline. Additional specific requirements may apply per specialisation area.
  • for international students: have a proof of English Proficiency IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL 575/232/90 evidenced by an appropriate test.

The English proficiency requirement does not apply if you have:

  • completed your education in Canada, USA, UK, Ireland, New Zealand or Australia, or
  • an International Baccalaureate.

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.

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