Looking for a first-class Master's program? Tilburg University offers more than 50 graduate programs fully in English, preparing you for a career that matters.
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Cross-Cultural Economic Psychology (Double degree)2 years English Starts end of August
Gain the best of two outstanding universities and graduate with two degrees: the MSc in Psychology from the University of Osnabrück, with a specalization in Cross-Cultural Psychology, and the MSc in Social Psychology from Tilburg University, with a specialization in either Economic Psychology or Work and Organizational Psychology.
Data Science and Entrepreneurship (joint degree)2 years English Starts end of August
Merge management, entrepreneurship and business models with a profound knowledge on data science methods from mathematics, statistics and computer science. Learn to understand their limitations with regard to the law, regulations, and ethical considerations. Benefit from unique strengths of both Eindhoven University of Technology and Tilburg University.
Data Science and Society (previously: Data Science: Business and Governance)1 year English Starts end of August and end of January
Study to become a Data Analyst who is able to provide solutions for societal challenges with the use of complex data sets. Add value to a team, company or organization with a combination of technical skills, knowledge about legal and ethical issues related to data science, and the ability to effectively communicate with professionals and researchers from different disciplines. Specialize in Business, Governance, Media, or Health.
Econometrics and Mathematical Economics1 year English Starts end of August and end of January
Become an expert economist, policy advisor or consultant with strong quantitative skills. Learn the latest modelling techniques in economics, econometrics, statistics, and big data methods to solve actual challenges such as: choosing the best economic policy, designing labor markets and capital investments, regulating competition, and recommending strategic behavior for firms and consumers.
Econometrics and Mathematical Economics: Pensions, Aging and Retirement track (Netspar)1 year English Starts end of August and end of January
Apply mathematical and statistical methods to solve real-world challenges in everything from economic policy and the labor market, to capital investment, strategic behavior of firms, and individual decision-making. This track particularly focuses on how these methods can be applied to societal challenges as pensions, aging and retirement. This track is offered by Netspar, a renowned research network on this topic in the Netherlands and Europe.
Economic Psychology1 year English Starts end of August
Become an expert in economic behavior and consumer psychology to make marketing, financial, and communication decisions. Apply economic and psychological reasoning theories to understand and influence the consumer, consumption, and financial behaviors.
Economics1 year English Starts end of August and end of January
Companies and governments are facing complex problems in the global economy. With your profound understanding of how integrated and turbulent markets function - and if they fail, how this affects market participants - you can help organizations and governments seize the opportunities available.
Economics: Behavioral Economics1 year English Starts end of August and end of January
Effectively address economic problems and questions involving people’s behavior and behavioral change. Become an economist trained to take both the economics and the psychology of behavior into account, as well as the ways it can be affected by policies and strategies. This is a track of MSc Economics.
Economics: Competition and Regulation1 year English Starts end of August and end of January
Use economic methods and models to identify regulations that ensure fair competition while mitigating negative economic effects. You'll combine insights from economics, industrial organization and competition law to business strategies and regulatory policies. Deal with, for example, the lack of competition in certain markets and the response by national governments and the European Union. This is a track of MSc Economics.
Economics: Money, Banking and Financial Markets1 year English Starts end of August and end of January
Combine practical financial management with economic analysis of the markets you invest in. Address for example urgent problems in the Euro zone, international financial supervision, microfinance, bank-runs and systemic risk, and taxation of financial institutions. This is a track of MSc Economics.
Economics: Pensions, Aging and Retirement (Netspar)1 year English Starts end of August and end of January
Problems regarding the affordability of pensions and aging are amongst today’s society's most urgent questions. Become an expert in applying economic theories and models to create reliable and humane solutions for financial institutions and governments, offering the best arrangements reasonably possible. This track is offered by Netspar, a renowned research network on the topic in the Netherlands and Europe. This is a track of MSc Economics.
Economics: Public Policy1 year English Starts end of August and end of January
Address urgent domestic public policy objectives, ranging from reduced income inequality and job security, to an affordable health care and pension system. Upon graduation you are an economic expert on how governments can achieve such critical goals, design effective solutions, and finance these activities. This is a track of MSc Economics.
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