Tilburg School of Humanities

Communication, Culture, Philosophy, Religion and Liberal Arts and Sciences

Management and Organization

Tilburg School of Humanities has come about as a result of the fusion in 2007 of the faculties of Communication and Culture, Theology and Religious Studies, and Philosophy. The objective of this fusion is to highlight the fields covered by these three faculties, in education as well as research, to make them stand out even more, to make them even more vital to the image of Tilburg University.

Not too long ago, the research programs virtually without exception were assessed as being good or very good, and the educational visitations have also been positive.

The school employs some 250 people, 30 of whom are professors. The school offers five Bachelor's and five Master's programs. Every year, some 275 students start in one of the school's Bachelor's, Pre-master's or Master's programs. In total, the faculty has about 1300 students.