Doing a master’s in Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology is about so much more than a diploma. But one particular day in your studies is about that, and nothing but that, diploma: the Graduation Ceremony!
Contact details of the Institute of Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology
The film ‘Over leven in Aarlanderveen’ that Marleen Oostenrijk made for her MA project, will be screened 22-28 February at the local television station Studio Alphen. It portrays the liveability of the village Aarlanderveen and what it means to its residents.
The National Student Survey (Dutch: Nationale Studenten Enquête, NSE) is your chance to tell us what you think of your study programme. By now you will have received an email about the NSE with a direct link to the survey: all you have to do is fill it in! And you may even win a prize!
Are you thinking about studying abroad? Before you can pack that suitcase, there is a lot that needs to be planned and organised. And it all needs to be done on time. If you would like to know how join the information evening this Thursday!
‘Fighting for Nothing to Happen’, the first film of anthropologist Nora Wildenauer, received the Best Graduate Student Film Award at the American Society for Visual Anthropology Film&Media Festival in Denver.
Visual Ethnography graduate Ildikó Plájás received the Best documentary award in the student competition at the international Astra Film Festival in Romania.
Here you can find all the information on the various Policy Oriented Research Projects in the Netherlands, Ghana and Indonesia.
Welcome MA students! Here you can find the information on your schedules, programme, and introduction for the Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology Master's programme 2015-2016.
Student Associations Itiwana and WDO - Interfacultary Ethnological Debate Association - are connected to the Institute of CA-OS Leiden.
The Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences is looking for new students for the programme committees. Would you like to represent your classmates and improve the quality of education? Candidate yourself! This is possible until Friday 11 September.
Is voluntourism a problem in Nepal? Why is pentecostalism one of the most successful global religious phenomenons? How different are the perspectives of inhabitants, volcanologists, NGO’s and 'myth-takers' on volcano landscapes and relocation? And what has fencing to do with change in cultural, social and daily life? Thursday our MA students will present their films in room 0A28.
Leiden University and the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) offer 3 four-year PhD positions at the KITLV/Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies.
Welcome February masters! Here you can find the information on the schedules and introduction programme for the February intake of the Master's programme.
Are you a Dutch-speaking MA student and would you like to take part in a research study on the Leiden Leadership Programme? Apply here.
What is the difference between our BA and MA? What does the MA programme look like and how does it feel to carry out a three month fieldwork on your own? Are you interested in doing our MA? On February 6th these questions will be answered by lecturers, students and alumni.
Friday 11:00-13:00h the MA students of 'Heritage Preservation in a Global Context: Institutional Practices and Policies' show their research results through poster presentations in 5A23.
Interested in our Master’s programme? Our lecturers and students will provide an introduction to the two specialisations in Leiden and our field schools. Apply now!
Are you completing a bachelor’s or master’s degree and are you interested in studying at a US university? Come to the Fulbright Center’s annual Graduate Evening.
Please note that you will not be able to access uSis from 9 pm on Wednesday 19 November until 10 am on Monday 24 November, due to a new release.