The Leiden Register has a recording function, but it also forms the basis for testing the programmes offered against the Leiden quality standards and quality assurance requirements. All the study programmes offered in Leiden are included in the register.
The Leiden University Register (LRO) was established partly in response to the introduction of the bachelor/master system in 2002. The Leiden register has a recording function, but it also forms the basis for testing the programmes offered against the Leiden quality standards and quality assurance requirements. This register includes all the study programmes offered in Leiden (with the exception of former soon to be phased out ‘doctoral’ programmes), i.e. all bachelor’s and master’s programmes and all minors. The register is established on a yearly basis; this meets the legal requirement stipulating that the Management and Administration Regulations, of which the LRO is an appendix, must list all the programmes offered by all the faculties.
The register includes a framework document describing the nature of Leiden education and its quality. The first version of this document dates from 2002. In 2008, the document was thoroughly revised. It is currently published in English, because it is often used for institutional audits, etc., by panels whose members do not always have a good command of Dutch. The framework document will continue to be revised every time this is required by new developments in educational policy.
Framework Document Leiden Register of Study Programmes (2012)
Framework Document accompanying the Leiden Register of Study Programmes (2008)
The Leiden Register of Study Programmes offers an overview of all Leiden bachelor’s and master’s programmes and minors.
For the minor programmes offered, see the Minor Portal.
For more information on the Leiden register, please contact us at the following address:
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