Leiden University, Delft University of Technology and Erasmus University Rotterdam wish to provide outstanding, varied and innovative education for their students that will enable them to address present-day and future issues. By working together, the universities can broaden their curricula and make it easier for students from other universities to access.
Bachelor’s and Master's degree programmes
For more than fifteen years, the three universities have offered various combinations of joint Bachelor’s and Master's degree programmes and Master's tracks. The first completely joint programme is the Bachelor’s in Clinical Technology, which started in September 2014.
Minors and honours classes
The universities also offer new multidisciplinary minors and honours classes on socially relevant themes. Here, students from different degree programmes and universities work together. The first joint minor started in 2014: Responsible Innovation. From September 2015, students have access to the broadening minors at the partner universities.
For professional target groups, the three universities have developed post-initial education in conjunction with other partners. Examples include the executive Master’s in Cyber Security at Cyber Security Academy The Hague and the executive Master’s in Customs and Supply Chain Compliance.
Research into university education
The three universities are keen to improve and update their teaching on a continuous basis. That is why the Leiden-Delft-Erasmus Centre for Education and Learning is conducting research into the best possible conditions for teaching and learning at universities. The focus lies on online education and its relationship with campus education.
Centre for Education and Learning