Would you like to know what the master programmes of the Institute of Political Science have to offer? Visit the Master Day on Friday 10 October 2014 to find out.
Interested in political and moral philosophy? This Autumn and Winter, Leiden University's Centre for Political Philosophy (CPP) is hosting several events which will be worth your wile.
Again, political science in Leiden ranks high. In the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2014 , Leiden takes the 34th position worldwide in 'Politics & International Studies'. Among European universities, Leiden is placed 6th in this field. In the Netherlands, Leiden achieves the highest score of all political science institutes.
Professor Rudy Andeweg has been elected Chair of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) for 2015-2018. The ECPR is the professional association for political science in Europe.
Dr. Danielle Stockmann (Political Science) discussed Authoritarianism 2.0. The meeting was chaired by prof. Ingrid Biezen.
In brief, the regulations entail that students must register for each exam using uSis. Registration is only possible during the registration period, and it is not possible to register late.
Dr. Wouter Veenendaal has won the 2014 'Jaarprijs Politicologie' (annual political science thesis prize) for his PhD dissertation 'Politics and Democracy in Microstates. A Comparative Analysis of the Effects of Size on Contestation and Inclusiveness'.
Henceforth, all correspondence with the Exam Committee of the Institute of Political Science should be addressed to the secretary of the committee.
Political Science at Leiden University is in an impressive 34th position in the QS World University Rankings that were published on 26 February. In 2012 it was in the top 100, while in 2013 Political Science already climbed to the 35th place.
The new colloquia of the Centre for Political Philosophy (CPP) will start in February. The CPP aims to be an interdisciplinary platform for political thought, bringing together all those with active interests in the field at Leiden University. The CPP is an initiative of the Institute for Philosophy and the Institute for Political Science at Leiden University.
Prof. Madeleine Hosli has been awarded a Jean Monnet Chair Ad Personam for her research project Explaining and Understanding Processes of European Integration (EUPEI). The winning project is part of the European Union’s Lifelong Learning Program.
In a video lecture on European disintegration, political scientist Hans Vollaard discusses the question of how the European Union might fall apart. The video lecture is part of the Virtual Exchange Program Perspectives on the Euro(pean) crisis for master's students from eight European universities in inter alia Leiden, Osnabrück, Padova, Tartu and Thessaloniki.
As of 21 October 2013, the email address of the Educational Committees of Political Science has changed. Instead of a general email adress for all educational committees, each individual educational committee now has its own unique email address.
Tuesday 24 September last the Anniversary Food for Thought Meeting took place with Prof. Rudy Andeweg as guest speaker. He discussed how history affected the research programme of the (current) Institute of Political Science at Leiden University. The recording of his presentation is now available online.
The Graduate School invites you to attend the Anniversary Food for Thought Meetings: 'Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences: Highlights and Development 1963-2013'. Presenter prof. Rudy Andeweg will discuss how history affected the research programme of Leiden political science?
The Board of the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences invites all staff and students to the festive opening of the academic year 2013-14 on Thursday 5 September.
With the help of this starting grant political scientist Daniela Stockmann will be able to examine the role of social media and how the Chinese authorities handle this.
Several Political Science graduate students have recently obtained prestigious scholarships.
The Student Desk will be closed in the summer period from Friday 26 July until Monday 12 August 2013. In this period no e-mails will be answered.
Femke Avtalyon-Bakker MPhil was awarded the Daniël Heinsius Thesis Award 2013 for her MPhil thesis "Democracies, autocracies, liberal norms and the use of force. An experimental approach to the democratic peace thesis." The Institute of Political Science congratulates her with this excellent performance!