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School of Economics and Management

Tilburg University's largest School ranks amongst the top Schools in Europe due to its excellent quality in education and research which contributes to a better understanding of society.

School of Economics and Management

The Tilburg School of Economics and Management is the oldest and largest school of Tilburg University. It focuses on research and education in the fields of Business and Economics. Management and support are combined for both fields.

Currently, the School offers six Bachelor’s, ten pre-Master's, fourteen Master’s, two Research Master's and two Teacher training programs to approximately 6000 students, and employs some 350 academic staff members (280 FTE). Within its broad research palette, TiSEM emphasizes a variety of societally relevant topics, such as sustainability, innovation, entrepreneurship, market governance, and aging.


  • 17 Oct 2017News

    Prof. Arie Kapteyn awarded with Pierson Penning
    Professor Arie Kapteyn, former Dean of the Tilburg School of Economics and Management and founding father of the Center for Economic Research at Tilburg University, has won the 2017 Pierson Medal together with Professor Bernard van Praag of the University of Amsterdam. Read more

  • 17 Oct 2017News

    Jochem de Bresser wins Christiaan Huygens Science Award for mathematics
    Jochem de Bresser has won the Christiaan Huygens Science Award 2017 for his PhD thesis, written at the Tilburg School of Economics and Management (TiSEM). "This PhD thesis is of great value to science and society. It has had the necessary impact and will certainly have that in the near future," said Professor Jan Kiviet, chairman of the jury. The prize, a bronze statue and a sum of € 10,000, was presented to De Bresser by Education, Culture & Science Minister Bussemaker in the Oude Kerk in Voorburg. Read more

  • 09 Oct 2017News

    Top core publication Barbara Deleersnyder, Inge Geyskens and Max Nohe
    Barbara Deleersnyder, Inge Geyskens and Max Nohe (CentER PhD), together with Katrijn Gielens (UNC at Chapel Hill), have a paper accepted in Journal of Marketing. Read more