Fellowships at Leiden University

The LUF: Each year the alumni organization of Leiden University, the “Leiden University Fund” awards scholarships to outstanding foreign students pursuing a Masters degree at Leiden University.

Brill Fellowship: Since 2006, publishing house Brill in Leiden has sponsored the appointment of so-called ‘Brill Fellows’. The Brill Fellow researches items in the department Special Collections of Leiden University; as much as possible, this research is based on any of the specific publishing areas of publishing house Brill in the Humanities.

Elsevier Fellowship: Elsevier, a world-leading provider of information solutions that enhance the performance of science, health, and technology professionals, and the Scaliger Institute of Leiden University Libraries have founded a three-year fellowship program. This program will enable international rare books and humanities scholars to study 16th -18th century scientific scholarship and publishing.

Juynboll Fellowship: The Juynboll Fellowship enables one or two scholars to study the Arabic and Islam special collections of Leiden University Libraries.

Scaliger Fellowship: Annually, the Scaliger Insitute places a number of research scholarships at the disposal of researchers from the Netherlands and abroad, who want to research (a part of) the Special Collections of the Leiden University Library. For more information, click here

Van de Sande Fellowship: The Van de Sande Fellow conducts research in the Special Collections of Leiden University Libraries, preferably in one of the areas of interest of the Van de Sande Foundation: the history of pharmacy, botany, medicine. In exceptional cases the fellowship is also available to researchers in the field of Italian language and culture, in particular research that focuses on Dante Alighieri.