University of Leiden
Leiden University was founded in 1575. As a leading European research university, located in the cities of Leiden and The Hague (in the Netherlands), Leiden University plays a prominent role in society. High-quality academic research and teaching are crucial to a safe, healthy, sustainable, prosperous and just world. The University is committed to developing, disseminating and applying academic knowledge, and aspires to be a trusted figure in the public and political debate, both nationally and internationally. We have seven faculties in the arts, humanities, medicine, social, natural and life sciences. Leiden University has about 34,000 students and 6,000 staff members.
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