What to do in case of an emergency, fire or accident.
Welcome to Leiden University! You are now part of the oldest university in the Netherlands. We’d like to invite you to join us at the introductory meeting for our new staff on 6 April or 28 September 2017.
If you come to the Netherlands, you are likely to have some questions about arrangements you need to make. The International Staff pages are designed to help you with these and many other issues that may arise while moving to the Netherlands.
The Expat Centre Leiden is an information centre for the many international knowledge workers who live and work in and around Leiden.
Leiden is a town of discoveries. Read more about the historical city centre and Leiden University’s different locations.
The University’s most important locations, including a map and a link to contact details.
The LU-Card is an electronic identification card with a passport photo
Leiden University offers staff attractive terms of employment, including a holiday allowance of 8% and a structural annual bonus of 8.3%. It is also possible, for example, to customise your terms of employment using the Terms of Employment Options Model. Here you will find an overview of the terms of employment that might be of interest to you as a member of staff.
Self Service is an electronic system that you can use to indicate your choices within the Terms of Employment Options Model as well as to request and register leave.
The University believes it is important for staff to continue their professional development. It is important that you grow both in your current post and towards your next one. We therefore support your development and growth and look to your future together.
Leiden University attaches great value to the quality of its teaching. The BKO is a package of didactical skills that can help lecturers provide high-quality teaching.