Tilburg Law School

Education Tilburg Law School

Tilburg Law School, established in 1963, is one of the leading law schools in Europe. The School has a constant, high position in national and international rankings on legal education. Currently, 3000 students are enrolled at Tilburg Law School, who are doing a degree program in law or public administration.

Students in Tilburg can choose from five Bachelor's programs, one of which is taught in English (Bachelor Global Law) and ten Master's programs, eight of which are taught in English.  The international orientation of Tilburg Law School is reflected in these Bachelor's and Master's programs.

We have 40 professors, 25 senior lecturers , and 150 lecturers. Here, we often say that the second letter in the name, the 'i', is the most important one as it represents what Tilburg Law School stands for: innovative, interdisciplinary and, above all, international.

Tilburg University's main aim is to provide top-level academic education. The high quality of teaching at the Law School is regularly assessed and rated as being of an excellent standard.

As a student of Tilburg Law School:

  • you study at one of the largest and most prestigious research school in law in the world
  • you will be taught by and get in contact with some of the leading scholars in the field of law
  • you will learn about the newest insights in the workings of law in a globalizing world
  • you will profit from individual attention and high-quality student support facilities.

Tilburg Law School aims to educate students to be academically proficient, critical and inquisitive lawyers and public administrators. The Law School is aware of the range of student's ambitions and capabilities and provides for example, an extra challenging program for high scoring students.

Tilburg Law School’s Digital Global Classroom allows students to actively engage in their education, acquire 21st century skills and work in an international environment.

Having started out as a project between Stanford University, Tilburg University and the University of Windsor, it is being used to, for instance, have guest lecturers from overseas, keep in touch with lecturers staying abroad, and to teach and conduct research in cooperation with students and academics worldwide.