Disclaimer

General

The information in The Hague University’s websites has been composed with the greatest possible care. We also aim to keep the information up-to-date. Despite this, no rights may be derived from the information. 

The Hague University offers no guarantee for the accuracy, completeness, topicality or quality of the information and reserves the right to adapt or withdraw the information without prior notice. In the event of lack of clarity of the information, we ask you to contact the relevant academy or service.

Liability

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External links

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Copyright

The copyrights for texts, designs, photographs and logos on the websites of The Hague University belong to The Hague University and may therefore not be copied, changed or used in any other way without prior written permission from The Hague University. 

In placing content on The Hague University’s website, we have aimed carefully to meet the obligations set by the Copyright Act 1912 for the use of texts subject to copyright and the use of existing illustrations. Should someone feel they have a prior right to one of the texts or illustrations they should contact: 

The Hague University 
Education, Knowledge & Communication
Johanna Westerdijkplein 75 
2521 EN The Hague 
Netherlands 
Email: webredactie@hhs.nl

Portrait

If a recognisable picture of you has been placed on this website and you (no longer) wish to be illustratred as such, please contact the above mentioned address.