Prince Willem Alexander opened Campus The Hague's new building
His Royal Highness Prince Willem Alexander opened the new building of the Campus The Hague Faculty in the Schouwburgstraat on 19 September.
The Hague Faculty of Leiden University provides academic teaching and research in the field of politics, public administration and international law.
Campus The Hague was established in 1999 as a subsidiary of Leiden University and has since developed to become a University Faculty in the centre of The Hague. The programmes offered by the Campus include Public Administration, International Studies, Political Science and is the location where the Leiden University College The Hague (Liberal Arts & Sciences: Global Challenges) is situated. The Campus also offers training programmes for professionals, such as traineeships for government employees and the diplomatic services.
The new location has a Living Lab, a practical environment where students, lecturers and researchers can work together and build a network with international organisations, companies, knowledge institutions and public bodies.