Leiden is famous for its almshouses, university, museums and glorious history. The spirit of the Golden Age lives on here, a city where Rembrandt was born and inspired so many other influential painters. Through the centuries Leiden has continued to attract scientists, artists and industry. The canals, the historical buildings, the alleyways, the treasuries of knowledge, culture and science: Leiden is definitely a place worth getting to know. For general information about Leiden and its highlights you can visit: Leiden.
About Leiden University
Our University was founded in 1575 and has some 24,500 students (from 110 different countries). Leiden also has a graduate school of teaching (ICLON) and an Honours Academy. The University offers a broad range of 46 bachelor's programmes and 73 master's programmes, highly diverse PhD tracks and various interdisciplinary minors. In addition, within the Honours Academy Leiden University offers a Pre-University College, an Honours College, the Leiden Leadership Programme and the Leiden University College The Hague for excellent students. For more information about Leiden University, you can visit: Leiden University.