Want to know what it is like to study in Tilburg? Ask our Students!
We understand that it's difficult if you have to choose your further education at this time. With only online events, it's a lot harder to get a taste of the atmosphere of Tilburg University and to hear from students what it's really like here. Fortunately, many of our students offer their help on social media. On this page we have collected them for you. So do you want to know how they like it in Tilburg? Ask them yourself!
Personal stories of students about online education - Read more
I felt insecure because of the fear of falling behind on my studies
The transition from personal to online education was quite stressful for Marinka Hack, who is in her second year of the Public Administration program and in her first year of Law. The feeling of insecurity was worst."
Online teaching is challenging for everyone
Even though as an ECCO board member on TiSEM’s student council, third-year International Business Administration student Laura Vitiello strongly advocated using video lectures more often, the transition, when it came, was sudden and big.
I’m missing out on campus life
“I wanted to stay in the Netherlands at first, but when more and more people began returning to Greece from the UK, I became anxious. Would I be able to see my family over the summer? My father sent me an app in the middle of the night and three days later I was on a plane back home.”, according to third-year student Kate Kalpaxi.