Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Understanding people’s behavior in a changing society
The world in which we live and work is changing dramatically. Keeping up with the times is far from self-evident. As TSB we want to understand how people function as individuals, in relationships, in organizations and in society. We want to enhance adaptability, mental resilience and control over health and well-being.
- Build a solid career with a focus on education
- Be part of education tracks fitting for today’s students
If teaching is your passion and your strength, at TSB you can follow a career path towards a permanent position based on education. Educators at TSB help design and teach programs in digital social sciences, where students can take courses from a broad range of disciplines.
- Do research that transcends your discipline
- Combine your theoretical and practical strengths
At TSB we work more and more in interdisciplinary teams that combine the strengths of all social disciplines to answer research questions. We offer the opportunity to build your own mix of fundamental research to deepen your knowledge and applied research to provide answers to society.
- Co-create solutions for societal challenges
- Profit from long-term relations with societal partners
At TSB we work together with citizens, professionals, policy makers, managers and entrepreneurs to study and solve real-world challenges. Share data, meet people and craft solutions in collaborative centers that have evolved for over 20 years.
Read more on the university's collaborative centers on widespread prosperity (TSB is in the lead of two of them)
Eight Tilburg University programs rated as best in their fields29th September 2023
In the Elsevier Beste Studies 2023 ranking, that was published on Thursday, September 28, two Tilburg University Bachelor’s programs and six Master’s programs are rated as the best of their kind.
Using Virtual Reality to investigate driver mind-wandering26th September 2023
Mind-wandering is one of the leading causes of fatal traffic accidents. Andrew Reid and his team want to create an ecologically valid VR environment to study when, why, and how the mind wanders while driving, and how it can be detected and potentially prevented.
Open to Complexity: Symposium on Open Science in the Social Sciences and Humanities21st September 2023
In the thought provoking ‘Open to Complexity: Symposium on Open Science in the Social Sciences and Humanities,’ Tilburg School of Humanities and Digital Sciences successfully brought together various scholars and policy makers to reflect on the creation and implementation of open research practices based on openness, transparency, and trust.