Campus The Hague

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A building of Campus The Hague, near Centraal Station.

Campus The Hague is one of seven faculties of Leiden University, located in The Hague. It was founded in 1998 as a cooperation between the university and the municipality of The Hague, and is based in several buildings in the city. The faculty specializes in politics, public administration and international law.[1]

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Campus The Hague (Schouwburgstraat)

Campus The Hague of Leiden University offers courses on several areas, mainly public administration, international law, politics and government. The most popular is the English-taught bachelor's course International Studies. Campus The Hague offers six bachelor's courses and eight master's courses. Education is coordinated from the Leiden University College The Hague (LUC The Hague) and the Public Administration Institute. The dean of Campus The Hague is Jouke de Vries.

Research[edit]

The research branch of Campus The Hague focuses on management, international law and government as well.[2] There are six research institutes: the Centre for Professional Learning, the Grotius Centre for International Law, the Leiden University Dual PhD Centre The Hague, the Centre for Modern Urban Studies, the Centre for Terrorism and Counterterrorism and the Montesquieu Institute.

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