Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Understanding the sociology and psychology of human actions

Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences

The Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences besides the traditional disciplines of Psychology and Sociology comprises also unique multidisciplinary research areas and research groups which take social issues as a starting point. Research Page

The School has varied range of Bachelor and Master programs. A characteristic of the TSB Education can be found under 'Education'. All educational programs are in the 'Overview Programs'.

TSB Strategic Plan 2014-2017

Maintaining and improving the high level of quality research, intensifying education, increasing the enrollment numbers and improving interrelations and team spirit.

These are the most important aspects of the TSB Strategic Plan 2014-2017, titled 'Working on Quality Together’.

Quality is the leading principle in the education, research and organization of the School.

Download the Strategic Plan.


News

  • 11 Sep 2017News

    Fellowship Marianne van Woerkom at NIAS
    Marianne van Woerkom (dept. HRS) has been awarded a fellowship at the Nederlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NIAS-KNAW) in Amsterdam. This fellowship is partly sponsored by NSvP (Nederlandse Stichting voor Psychotechniek). Read more

  • 11 Sep 2017Press release

    Tilburg University researchers receive grants worth 4.5 million from European Research Council
    PRESS RELEASE 11 September 2017 – Three talented researchers of Tilburg University have each been awarded a Starting Grant of 1.5 million euros for their research by the European Research Council (ERC). The grants have been awarded to Dr. Mark Brandt and Dr. Joris Mulder of Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences and Dr. Linnet Taylor of Tilburg Law School. Read more

  • 28 Jul 2017News

    Tips for a stress-free and relaxed holiday, at home or elsewhere
    The Dutch are among the most travel-hungry people in Europe. In 2015, 12.7 million Dutch people went on holiday, i.e., 80% of the population. The rest remained at home because they couldn’t afford a holiday, had health problems, or simply hated the hassle of going away. Staying at home does not need to dampen the holiday feeling, though. Read more