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In the spotlight

Tilburg University regularly puts an alumnus in the spotlight. These alumni have reached interesting positions in their careers or have made special contributions to society or to the university.  Read more



As a mentor you help a student prepare for the labor market. You share your own experiences as a Tilburg University student as well as your professional experience. This way you contribute to the success of the students, not only at Tilburg University, but also in their future careers. Read more


  • 28 Aug 201820:00

    Lecture Joseph Heath: Egalitarianism and status hierarchy *
    There is considerable empirical evidence that people care a great deal about status inequality, relative to material inequality. Yet philosophical writings tend to focus more on material inequality. Some philosophers seem to think that status inequalities will disappear once material inequalities have been reduced. According to Joseph Heath, this is wishful thinking. He will lecture on the question what, if anything, can be done about harmful status inequality. (language: English) Read more

  • 11 Sep 201820:00

    Science Café - Quantum: the computer of the future? *
    Today's computers seem very fast, but the speed of quantum computers currently being developed is much higher. Ronald de Wolf (CWI / UvA) is researching their potential. Can our traditional computers be thrown out with the trash any time soon? (language: Dutch) Read more

  • 25 Sep 201813:00

    Introducing the Netherlands: Patriotism *
    The love of one’s homeland is a complicated affair, involving a delicate balance between the love of a particular part of humanity and the love of the whole of humanity. It therefore demands both wholehearted commitment and critical thinking. To what extent does Dutch patriotism meet these requirements? How does the Netherlands compare with other countries in this regard? (language: English) Read more