مرحله اول اخذ پذیرش:

بررسی مدارک تحصیلی شما

مرحله دوم اخذ پذیرش:

انتخاب رشته و دانشگاه شما

مرحله سوم اخذ پذیرش:

عقد قرارداد با مای زیما و استراحت

مرحله چهارم اخذ پذیرش:

بستن چمدان و پرواز به ایتالیا

بهترین سال زندگیتون مبارک

 

حتما، حتما، حتما این مطلب رو بخونین. شما به ما میگین امسال قصد دارین کجا تحصیل کنین؟ و ما هم تا حد امکان به شما کمک می کنیم به این هدف برسین

 

University of Leiden-Bachelor Admission

 Please upload the following documents in the online application system.

Copy of valid passport or European ID card If you live in the Netherlands, you must also include a copy of your residence permit (both sides) if applicable.
Up to date CV Please include the latest version of your CV (resume).
Motivation letter The motivation letter is a personal statement in which you explain why you wish to study at Leiden University and follow your particular programme of choice. It is also an opportunity for you to convince the faculty of your qualities. The letter should contain about 700-1500 words.
Exception: you are not requested to submit a motivation letter if you are applying for admission to the Medicine or Biomedical Science programme.
Copies of diplomas and transcripts You are required to upload copies of all diplomas and official transcripts in the original language (with official translations if these documents are not in English, Dutch, German or French). If you have not yet completed your secondary school / current Bachelor programme, please mention your (expected) graduation date and include copies of all transcripts obtained to date.

If you will obtain an International Baccalaureate diploma you are also advised to submit your predicated grades.

If you will obtain an European Baccalaureate diploma, please do not forget to indicate in which subjects you take your written and oral examinations.

If you are admitted to Leiden University, certified copies of your diplomas and transcripts will be required. Your admission statement will specify exactly which documents are needed, as well as further certification requirements and the deadlines for submission.
Information on your language proficiency Leiden University accepts the following English language tests:
  • International English Language Testing System (IELTS): academic modules only, with a minimum score of 6.0 for most for most Dutch taught bachelor’s programmes; and a minimum score of 6.5 or 7.0 for most English taught bachelor’s programmes. See the individual programme descriptions for exact scores.

  • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL): with a minimum score of 79-80 (internet-based) for most Dutch taught bachelor’s programmes; and a minimum score of 90 or 100 (internet-based) for most English taught bachelor’s programmes. See the individual programme descriptions for exact scores.

Additional documentation Finally, please include any additional documents that may be required to process your application. For instance students applying to Liberal Arts and Sciences: Global Challenges at LUC The Hague need to submit additional documentation. Also keep in mind that additional documentation may be requested at a later moment.

Tuition fees for Bachelor’s programmes

Students who are nationals of countries outside the EU/EEA, Switzerland or Suriname pay higher fees. This is because the government does not subsidise non-EU students, so universities must determine the tuition fees for these students on the basis of costs.

  2015/2016   2016/2017   2017/2018 

Without "(Dutch) student finance":
     
Archaeology, Humanities, Law, Social and Behavioural Sciences, Campus The Hague: € 11,200 € 10,500 € 10,500
Science, Bachelor Biomedical Sciences: € 14,300 € 14,500  € 14,500  
Bachelor Medicine:  € 16,500 € 16,800 € 17,000
Bachelor Liberal Arts & Sciences: € 11,200 € 10,500 € 10,500
Joint programme with TU Delft:
Bachelor MST 

€ 8,678
 
€ 10,000
 
€ 14,500 

However, please note that students at Leiden University College (LUC) The Hague will have to pay an institutional fee in addition to the tuition fee.

Additional fee LUC The Hague:

  • 2015/2016: € 2,135

  • 2016/2017: € 2,135

  • 2017/2018: € 2,135

 

University of Leiden-Master Admission

Please upload the following documents in the online application system:

Copy of valid passport or European ID card If you live in the Netherlands, you must also include a copy of your residence permit (both sides) if applicable.
Motivation letter The motivation letter is a personal statement in which you explain why you wish to study at Leiden University and follow your particular programme of choice. It is also an opportunity for you to convince the faculty of your qualities. The letter should contain about 700-1500 words.
Copies of diplomas and transcripts

You are required to upload copies of all diplomas and official transcripts in the original language (with official translations if these documents are not in English, Dutch, German or French). If you have not yet obtained your bachelor’s degree, please mention your (expected) graduation date and include copies of all transcripts obtained to date.

Please note that if you are applying for an advanced LLM programme you are required to upload translations in English if the original documents are not in English or Dutch.

You are also welcome to add other documents in support of your academic performance (e.g. thesis abstract, publications).

If you are admitted to Leiden University certified copies of your diplomas and transcripts will be required. These must be sent directly to the Admissions Office by the issuing institution in a sealed envelope. Your admission statement will specify exactly which documents are needed, as well as the certification requirements and the deadlines for submission.
Copy of TOEFL, IELTS or CPE certificate  
Up to date CV Please include the latest version of your CV (resume).
Letters of recommendation Please include two letters of recommendation (at least one from an academic staff member).
Your referee needs to write a letter in which he/she describes your skills and qualities in order to convince the department to admit you. The recommendation letter should be written on letterhead paper and should be signed by the person writing it. The name, position and contact (email) address and telephone number of the referee should be clearly visible, for reference verification purposes. No template is available for letters of recommendation.

Reference letters should be scanned and uploaded in your online application.

However if your referee prefers that your reference letter remains confidential, he/she may fill in the contact form of the Student Affairs Front Office or send it by post to:
Leiden University Admissions Office
‘Gravensteen’ Pieterskerkhof 6
2311 SR Leiden, The Netherlands.
In this case your referee should clearly state your full name and, if possible, your online application student number in the reference letter.
Additional documentation Finally, please include any additional documents that may be required to process your application. Be sure to check the admission requirements for the programme of your choice.

Tuition fees for Master’s programmes

 

Students who are nationals of countries outside the EU/EEA, Switzerland or Suriname pay higher fees. This is because the government does not subsidise non-EU students, so universities must determine the tuition fees for these students on the basis of costs. Leiden University determines the fees each year for each programme.

  2015/2016 2016/2017 2017/2018
Master´s Humanities/Social Sciences € 16,000 € 16,400 € 16,600
Master´s Science/Biomedical Sciences € 20,100 € 17,800 € 17,800
Master´s Medicine € 23,700 € 24,000 € 24,900
Master´s Teacher Training € 1,951 € 1,984 € 2,006
Joint programme with TU Delft:
Master´s Industrial Ecology

€ 13,560

€ 15,000

€ 17,800

 

How do I pay my application fee?

You can pay your application fee in two ways:

  1. By bank transfer:

    Bank
    Address
    Account no.
    Account name
     
    BIC/SWIFT
    IBAN
    Rabobank Leiden
    Schipholweg 105, 2316 XC Leiden, Netherlands
    1606.32.285
    Leiden University Finance B.V.
     
    RABONL2U
    NL95RABO0160632285

    Please state your name, your online application student ID number and the words 'application fee' in the description field. You will need to cover the costs of any bank charges incurred.
     
  2. By online credit card payment via Paylogic.

 

University of Leiden-PhD Admission

 


Step 1 Find a supervisor
Step 2 Admission by the Doctorate Board
Only for applicants without a Dutch university "doctoraal" or master's degree
The formal decision on admission rests with the Doctorate Board ("College voor de Promoties") of the University. The Board consists of the Deans of the faculties together with the Rector Magnificus as its chairman. Upon admission, the PhD candidate (and the professor who will act as supervisor) will receive a formal letter of acceptance from the Board.
Step 3 Writing of a thesis
Step 4 Admission to the defence
Step 5 Public defence of the thesis

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