Keuzegids Masters 2018: Tilburg University offers eight top programs
According to the Keuzegids Masters 2018, no fewer than eight of Tilburg University’s Master’s programs are among the best Dutch universities have to offer. These Master’s programs have been awarded the ‘top program’ quality label. An additional seven Master’s programs rank first in their field.
Eight top programs at Tilburg University
Based on the Center for Higher Education Information standards, the following eight Master’s programs offered by Tilburg University have qualified as ‘top programs’: the Research Master in Business, the Research Master in Social and Behavorial Sciences, Business Law, International Management, Strategic Management, Quantitative Finance and Actuarial Sciences, the Research Master in Law, and Philosophy. These results mean that International Management and Strategic Management have equaled their 2017 performance, and the Research Masters in Social and Behavorial Sciences and in Law have now done so for several years running.
Seven Master’s programs are the best in their field
Tilburg University’s solid performance in yet another edition of the Keuzegids Masters is borne out by the fact that no less than seven Master’s programs rank first in their field. These are the Research Master in Social and Behavorial Sciences, Tax Economics, Strategic Management, Quantitative Finance and Actuarial Sciences, Medical Psychology, International Business Law, and the Academic Teacher Master’s program in Dutch Language and Literature.
Tilburg University has achieved a score of 62.5 points across all disciplines, a slight decline as compared to 2017 (63). Of the general universities in the Netherlands, Tilburg University and Maastricht University take joint second place behind the University of Groningen. Given the average score of 60.6 points for the thirteen Dutch universities, Tilburg University’s score is considerably higher than the national average.
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