‘Meer Waarde’ strategic agenda (April 2012)
In 2012, the three universities published their joint profile agenda ‘Meer Waarde’ [Added Value], as a supplement to their individual profile plans, which are contained within performance agreements with the government.
The most important aspect of the strategy is the joint contribution to solving significant social issues. Thanks to the high quality of academic expertise, enormous range of the largely-complementary portfolios and the close proximity in terms of location, the three universities are able to successfully cooperate, in an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary manner, on regional, national and global challenges. Their partnership is based on four societal themes: Sustainable Society, Inclusive Society, Healthy Society and Digital Society. These themes guide current and future education and research in the LDE context.
> Have a look at the Leiden-Delft-Erasmus Universities Strategy 2019-2024
Joint Regulations (August 2020)
The Joint Regulations for the Leiden-Delft-Erasmus strategic alliance set out in broad terms how the partnership between the universities is to be organised. The regulations cover current and future activities carried out in the context of the partnership. They run until 31 December 2019.