Tilburg University: Top 50 worldwide in business, economics, law and psychology
In the Times Higher Education ranking in economics and business. This makes us the best Dutch university in this field.
of our publication in 2018 are published open access to share our knowledge with the world
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Visit Tilburg University on a drop-by-day
Are you an international student unable to make it to any of our scheduled events? Don’t worry! Come to one of our weekly 'drop-by-days'.
Open Day Master's programs
The Open Day for Master's programs is on Saturday November 16, 2019. Get acquainted with our English taught Master's programs, get a taste of the atmosphere on our campus and speak with current students, lecturers and academic advisors.
Opening Academic Year: Tradition and Innovation
The Opening of the Academic Year is scheduled for September 2, 2019. Professors come in robes, there are speakers on science and education and we look ahead to the new academic year. This year's theme is 'Tradition and Innovation in Academia', because we want the innovations we pursue to be inspired by our traditions.
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Manipulation of the CO2 emissions system threatens climate targets
Manipulation of European Union Emissions Trading system (EU ETS) by the buy, bank, burn program compensates unregulated emissions while regulated sectors carry a large part of the burden. This distorts the balance between regulated firms and non-regulated projects, so parties outside the EU ETS can be virtuous at the cost of others. Environmental economists Reyer Gerlagh and Roweno Heijmans of the Tilburg School of Economics & Management discovered a leak in the system.
NWO rewards 3 research proposals: on prenatal anxiety, healthier food intake and genetic disorders
Three NWO Veni's for researchers at Tilburg University on prenatal anxiety on mother-infant neural synchronity (Marion van den Heuvel, TSB), healthier food intake (Frans Folkvord, TSHD), and data analysis to determine the cause of genetic disorders (Marleen Balvert, TiSEM).
KWF/Alpe d'Huzes contributes € 450,000 for cancer research
Hester Trompetter (Dept. Medical and Clinical Psychology, TSB) has received a € 468,328 grant from KWF Kankerbestrijding for research into online psychotherapy for (former) cancer patients with neuropathic pain. The subsidy has been raised indirectly through Alpe d’Huzes.