Tilburg School of Economics and Management
Tilburg School of Economics and Management (TiSEM) is the leading European School for research and education in the fields of Business and Economics.
in the fields of Business and Economics
of which 26% international
of which 50% international
The School offers a range of high-quality Bachelor and Master programs (most of them in English) as well as a rigorous Research Master and PhD program to about 7000 students.
TiSEM’s academic staff contribute to a range societally relevant topics through the cutting-edge international research on for example sustainability, entrepreneurship, innovation, market governance and ageing.
in Business & Economics Times Higher Education 2019
in Business UT Dallas 2018
in Economics & Business US News Best Global University 2019
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Invest in your future by joining one of TiSEM’s excellent programs in Business and Economics. Build your knowledge, skills and character to become a leader of tomorrow. Benefit from the Tilburg University’s closeness to “the Silicon Valley of Europe” – the Brainpoort region – where high-tech multinationals offer plentiful internship and job opportunities. Enjoy our compact green campus, vibrant with student life. Explore Europe from Tilburg University’s central location and easy connections to main tourist attractions of the continent.
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Build your career at TiSEM and join the international community of world-class scholars and take a look at our vacancies. Explore the job opportunities at TiSEM.
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Join our vast network of industry, government and higher education partners. Collaborate with our School in the area of education and research. Consider joining TiSEM in a research project, establishing a chair by special appointment or becoming a partner organization in TiSEM’s Extended Master. Consider a professional PhD trajectory for yourself or one of your employees.
Pursue life-long learning at TiSEM and support the excellent research and educational projects that matter.
Better alignment of pension, mortgage and home-ownership gives consumers more financial flexibility03rd October 2019
Homeowners can see their pension income grow by as much as 25% if they can use the capital that is now set in stone earlier. However, the possibilities for making such financial choices are still limited and, moreover, unknown. The opportunities and risks of different loan and sale structures are complex and difficult for consumers to oversee. These are the findings of Tilburg University researchers Dirk Brounen and Eduard Ponds, together with Niels Kortleve (PGGM pension fund) in a Netspar studie.
Invitation/Call for papers: Netspar International Pension Workshop03rd September 2019
From January 22-24, 2020, Netspar organizes the annual International Pension Workshop in Leiden. The goal of this three day conference is to present and stimulate innovative scientific research on the subject of aging and retirement. Researchers are invited to submit their contribution in all areas of the Netspar Research Program. Deadline for submission is November 1, 2019.
A better understanding of individual behavior in complex choice situations can lead to better policies03rd September 2019
In his inaugural address, to be delivered on September 6, Professor Tobias Klein will illustrate how we can learn about individual decision making by combining models of individual behavior with (big) data and how this can in turn inform policy making.